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Skin care products promote healthy, youthful-looking skin with anti-aging antioxidants, soothing emollients and hydrating botanical compounds. They work to:

  • Support smooth & supple skin**

  • Soothe away scaling & flaking**

  • Nourish & hydrate healthy skin**

Read more about Skin Care

What is Skin Care?

Skin is the largest organ of the body. In addition to being the most noticeable part of how we appear, skin enables the sense of touch, shields the body from external elements and aids various internal processes such as heat regulation. The key parts of skin are the outer epidermal layer and the inner dermal layer, both of which require care and nourishment for healthy appearance and function.**

As skin ages, it becomes less pliable and more prone to creasing and wrinkling. It is also under constant siege by external factors including the sun, wind and shifting temperatures, as well as damaging toxins present in our modern world. These notably include harmful free radicals that can accelerate skin aging on the cellular level. Among other concerns facing dermal health and beauty are dry skin, age spots, sunspots and other blemishes and irritations. These issues have led to demand for skin care products.**

A recent survey found that the average American woman uses 12 beauty products daily and approximately 25% of all women use at least 15 different products per day. However, of the many personal care items available, roughly 80% contain chemical or synthetic ingredients. This has helped to create a steady increase in the call for natural forms of skin support.**

Natural skin products are popularly used to revitalize skin wellness, promoting that highly sought-after look of glowing, healthy beauty. Some natural skin products moisturize skin to increase the hydration that is a hallmark of smooth, supple skin. Natural skin products also supply antioxidants that neutralize age-accelerating free radicals. Some products support the epidermis and dermis by modulating inflammation, which helps with skin issues related to scaling and flaking. Many featured compounds additionally promote skin firmness and elasticity via gentle emollient ingredients.**

Some of the most popular natural skin care products include:

  • Argan Oil: Extracted from the pit of the argan tree's fruit, this increasingly recognized exotic oil has been traditionally used in Moroccan cuisine for generations. Prized for its internal and external applications, argan oil contains numerous beneficial fatty acids that support healthy skin.**

  • Hyaluronic Acid: A well-researched polysaccharide, hyaluronic acid is a major skin component that may decline with age. Research has shown that it helps to maintain optimal skin hydration and elasticity. The compound is available as both capsules for internal use and serums or creams for a topical anti-aging regimen.**

  • Aloe Vera: This succulent plant is found in various warm parts of the world and is renowned for its thick moisture-filled leaves. Valued for ages, aloe vera remains popular for its skin-hydrating effects. The botanical extract also modulates inflammation and features antimicrobial activity for additional dermal wellness.**

  • Phytoceramides (Lipowheat): Derived from wheat, phytoceramides are lipids closely associated with firm, smooth skin. Studies have indicated that these compounds provide dermal protection and hydration, along with regulating inflammatory response. The FDA has approved the branded product Lipowheat as a dietary phytoceramides ingredient.**

  • Shea Butter: The semi-solid lipid drawn from the nut of the African shea tree, this soothing butter has long been appreciated as a skin moisturizer. Research has noted that shea butter's dermal-supporting effects are partially due to its ability to soothe away inflammation.**

  • Retinol: This vitamin A derivative easily absorbs into the skin to promote dermal smoothness and suppleness. Studies have indicated that retinol in cream form assists with collagen production for further anti-aging skin support.**

  • Coconut Oil: This botanical oil comes from the milky interior of the coconut tree's hard-shelled fruit. Coconut oil predominantly consists of medium-chain triglycerides, saturated fats that aid the body in energy production. Studies show coconut oil's calming and antimicrobial activities make it an effective skin-healing agent.**

  • Collagen: A key protein in the body, collagen is crucial to skin wellness. The nutrient is closely connected to upholding soft, smooth skin. It is offered in many forms for both external and internal use, with type I & III paired for their skin-supporting combination. Varieties include amino-acid-rich hydrolyzed collagen and liquid collagen.**

  • Biotin: Also referred to as vitamin B7, biotin is a water-soluble vitamin renowned for its promotion of healthy, vibrant skin. A lack of biotin in the body has been linked to numerous dermal concerns.**

  • Creams: Skin creams are one of the most time-honored methods of maintaining dermal health. Intended to moisturize, nourish and rejuvenate the skin, creams may contain various vitamins and botanical ingredients. Among the most popular varieties are collagen & placenta cream, vitamin E cream and vitamin E, A & D cream.**

  • Vegetable Glycerin: This plant-extracted compound is used as a skin-supporting product thanks to its status as a humectant, a substance that helps to maintain sufficient hydration. Vegetable glycerin is commonly applied to the skin after bathing to keep its soft, supple feel. This kind of glycerin is sometimes called upon as a carrier for fragrant essential oils.**

  • Bentonite Clay: A variety of clay largely consisting of volcanic ash, bentonite has been traditionally utilized by Native Americans for healing and purifying. In powder form, the clay, typically as sodium bentonite, can be used for its skin cleansing and reinvigorating effects in facial masks.**

  • Tamanu Oil: Derived from the nut of the tropical tamanu tree, this oil is a staple in the wellness practices of Pacific Islanders, who have long valued the botanical extract for its skin healing and revitalizing reputation. Tamanu oil contains an abundance of fatty acids that play a role in its dermal support.**

Skin Care Products

Skin care products are frequently available as topical creams, liquids, oils and serums. Some nutrients are offered as supplements for internal use, primarily in the form of capsules and powders.

Skin Care Products Directions for Use

Dermal wellness products supply varying amounts of active nutrients, so there is no set dosage. Always consult your health care professional before starting any routine supplementation.**