Skin Stabilization

Stabilization prevents acquired sensitivity to treatment while increasing the skin’s resistance to negative external and/or internal factors by repairing and maintaining normal cellular functions in both the epidermis and dermis.    Epidermal Stabilization Strengthens skin and builds resistance Maintains healthy barrier function Restores adequate hydration Preserves DNA integrity Optimizes natural exfoliation by regulating keratinocyte maturation… Read More »

Chronic Inflammation Elimination

Inflammation is induced by many elements, including disease, UV light, excess sebum and long-term use of topical irritants. It is the immune system’s innate response against internal and eternal assaults. Inflammation is a normal, essential defense mechanism to keep the body healthy. Acute inflammation can be beneficial. For example, in wound healing: Inflammation is necessary… Read More »

Layers of the Skin and their Functions

Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? In this short blog post, we will discuss the main layers in the skin and their functions.    As you learned in elementary school, the skin is made up of three main layers: the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layer. Within those layers… Read More »