Benefits Summary:

  • « Immediate moisture
  • « Long-lasting
  • « For normal to dry skin
  • « Anti-inflammation
  • « Skin firming
  • « Reduced Appearance of Wrinkles

How to Properly Store Your Products

1. Keep out of direct sunlight
2. Ideally in a dark place
3. Store in areas of cool temperature

What Causes Poor Skin?

What is happening in the body that causes the skin cells to appear wrinkled, blemished or spotted?

1. Breaks in the Cell Walls
Skin cells that cannot hold water cause your skin to look damaged. When you provide your body with the right materials for making new cells, you will begin to produce skin cells with no breaks in the cell wall. Your skin cells will function optimally while appearing healthy and youthful looking.

2. Lack of Essential Nutrients
People usually accept poor skin as a part of aging, but your skin can look healthy at any age. Science has shown that the body is able to convert skin cells into blood, when necessary. So, if you’re not giving your body the right materials to build with, the body will use skin cells to make the cells it needs. When your body uses skin cells as basic building materials for its other organs, your skin may look tight, discolored, or old as a result.

3. Poor Waste Management
Your largest organ—your skin—plays an important role in your body’s excretory system. When your colon and other excretory organs are not doing a thorough job of removing waste from your body, your skin begins to do more of the waste removal work. Acne, pimples, and blemishes result from waste passing through the skin’s pores. Unhealthy eating and poor elimination of the body’s waste cause the skin to look unhealthy and old.

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How to Improve Facial Skin Texture

1. Wash your face with a mild cleanser one to two times a day maximum. Scrubbing with a harsh, abrasive cleanser can cause overdrying and irritation. Normal-to-dry skin types can wash at night and rinse with only water in the morning, while oilier skin types may need to wash morning and night.

2. Pat a soothing moisturizer onto slightly damp skin in the morning and at night, after washing or rinsing. Don't rub or tug during application. This can cause irritation and unnecessary stress to the skin.

3. Smooth a titanium dioxide or zinc oxide facial sunscreen of at least SPF 15 over your face, neck and exposed décolletage. Instead of using two products, you can also trade in your moisturizer and sun protection for a lotion that has a built-in SPF. Sun damage is one of the top culprits of rough skin.

4. Exfoliate one to three times a week with an exfoliating brush or a scrub with smooth beads. Mild chemical exfoliants, such as glycolic acid, beta- and alpha-hydroxy acid, or fruit enzymes are also effective at improving skin texture. Oily or acne-prone skin types can exfoliate with a soft brush or mild exfoliant daily; however, switch to every other day if your skin becomes sensitive or irritated.

5.Drink six to eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily. Even mild dehydration can affect the look and feel of your skin.

6. Eat one serving of food that's rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids every day. These fatty acids, which are found in salmon, tuna, mackerel, almonds, hazelnuts and flaxseed, are heart-healthy and help reduce skin inflammation.

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