Skin concerns & Conditions

skin concerns and conditions

Learn more about your specific skin concerns and conditions so you can improve them with targeted solutions.


  •  redness | irritation | sensitivity concerns

    redness | irritation | sensitivity concerns

    The internal and external environments in which we live and work wreak havoc on normal healthy skin. Pollution, UVA/UVB radiation, blue light from excessive device exposure and daily stress precipitate inflammation and give rise to skin sensitivity. Mitigating the harmful effects of our less-than-perfect environment by interrupting the inflammatory process through continuous skin detoxification and barrier support can dramatically assist in eliminating redness, sensitivity and irritation.

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  •  acne | oily | breakouts

    acne | oily | breakouts

    Acne is a genetic disorder caused by excess oil production, excess cellular production and bacteria. Hormonal fluctuations, stress, friction, environmental pollutants to name but a few can exacerbate the condition. Targeted skincare solutions can help to clear and prevent breakouts.

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  • age deferral


    As we age, our body's production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid declines leading to skin changes such as loss of skin volume, density and elasticity. The result is fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin. Plants rich in antioxidants and age-delaying micronutrients help protect against cellular and DNA entropy and promote optimal skin health and nutrition.

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  • dry and dehydrated

    dry and dehydrated

    Dry skin lacks oil and is genetic so incorporating oils that do not clog the pores such as Argan Kernel Oil, Baobab Seed Oil and Jojoba Seed Oil will help to donate oil back to the skin and prevent moisture loss. Dehydrated skin lacks water and can be caused by environmental factors such as lack of personal hydration, lack of humidity in the atmosphere or a lack of skin barrier protection that can lead to trans epidermal water loss (TEWL).

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  • dark spots | hyperpigmentation | sun damage

    dark spots | hyperpigmentation | sun damage

    A common cause of hyperpigmentation is an excess production of melanin. Melanin is a pigment that gives skin its color. It’s produced by skin cells called melanocytes. Several different conditions or factors can alter the production of melanin in your body, such as UV exposure, inflammation and injury to name but a few. Incorporating skin-brightening and anti-inflammatory actives will inhibit over production of melanin to decrease hyperpigmentation, increase evenness and provide an overall luminous complexion.

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