KNOW THE SKIN YOU’RE IN

Your skin is your body’s defensive shield and is critical to keeping your body looking and feeling its best.

Whether it be through safe, yet effective skin and hair care or our non-toxic approach to color cosmetics – your look helps to express your personal approach to life and has a direct impact on both physical and emotional health.

Your Skin’s Role in Total Wellness

Protection

Sensation

Regulation

Warning of
internal issues

Absorption

Secretion

Excretion

Immune Support

Our skin is our body’s message board.

Some internal issues or illnesses are first displayed on the skin. For example, an unhealthy gut microbiome can show on your skin, causing it to be dull in color and texture. Paying attention to the changes in your skin can help you keep good tabs on your overall health.

Your skin needs nourishment from the inside!

Topical Skin Care

Internal Supplementation

Internal Supplementation

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    Epidermis: The outermost and thinnest layer of the skin—the epidermis contains no blood vessels but has many small nerve endings. While thin, it is made up of five layers. The outermost layer is what you see.

    Stratum Corneum: This is the layer most affected by skin care products. Its scale-like cells are continually being shed and replaced. These cells combine with fats and oils produced by the skin to create a protective water-resistant layer. The complex of lipids between the cells is known as the barrier function, which keeps the skin moist by preventing water evaporation and guarding against outside irritants.

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    Dermis: The dermis is the inner layer of the skin that is 25 times thicker than the epidermis. Within this layer lies numerous blood vessels, lymph vessels, nerves, sweat glands, oil glands, and hair follicles. This layer supplies the skin with all of its oxygen and nutrients.

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