Loving the Skin You’re In

What is the skin?

The skin is the body’s largest organ, made of water, protein, fats and minerals. It protects your body from germs and regulates body temperature. Nerves in the skin help you feel sensations like hot and cold. The skin is comprised of 3 layers, the epidermis, the dermis, and the hypodermis, we will focus on the epidermis.

Your epidermis is the top layer that you can see and touch. Keratin, a protein inside the cells, makes up cells and, along with other proteins, sticks together to form this layer. The epidermis:

  • Acts as a protective barrier: The epidermis protects against rain, sun and other elements. The epidermis keeps bacteria and germs from entering your body and bloodstream and causing infections.
  • Regeneration: The epidermis continually makes new cells. These new cells replace the approximately 40,000 old cells that your body sheds every day. Therefore, you have new cells every 30 days.
  • Protects your body: Langerhans cells in the epidermis are part of the body’s immune system. They help fight off germs and infections.
  • Melanin Provides color: The epidermis contains melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color. The amount of melanin you have determines the color of your skin, hair and eyes. More melanin creates darker tones.

As the body’s largest organ, your skin plays a vital role in protecting your body from germs and the elements. It keeps your body at a comfortable temperature, and nerves beneath the skin provide the sense of touch. Our external body covering can experience serious problems like skin cancer. You can experience more common issues like acne and rashes. Your healthcare provider can offer tips to help keep you healthy.

OUCH, that hurts!

As an outer covering, the skin is susceptible to elements that damage and hurt. Cuts, scrapes, sunburn, radiation, cancer. At any given time something can happened to cause us to need healing to the outer and inner layers.

This replenishing balm helps to heal:

  • Rosacea, eczema, turf burn, razor burn,
  • tattoos, acne, microblading, Permanent Make-up (PMU), areola restoration,
  • brow laminations, ingrown hair (GUYS & GALS!), scalp micropigmentation,
  • chemical peels, waxing, surface wounds, rashes, skin allergies.
  • It has even been used on infants for baby acne, diaper rash without any issues.
  • It can be used as a lip balm.
  • 100 Percent All-Natural Ingredients: The list of ingredients are simple, clean ingredients that by themselves promote healing. This blend works them all together for the best results!

Skin care after surgery

This replenishing balm has all natural ingredients – under 20 total. There is no petroleum in their products! This allows the balm to absorb through the layers of skin and promote healing as it hydrates. Because it hydrates, many have found that it has been helpful in healing the skin even following radiation.

Additional reasons to use this skin replenishing balm is if you are under going any micro-needling, tattoos, laser treatments or even PMU (permanent make-up).

The healing times are seeing a reduction in time from a standard 14-30 days down to just 7 days without any scabbing! We love that this is so amazing that you can use this daily.

So Many Uses – it will become your “go to”. Something you can carry with you in your purse, carryon, even a diaper bag! Thinking if this will work for other skin issues – if it is a rash, razor burn, even sunburn, the answer is Yes! It can even be used on stretchmarks? Do you suffer from ingrown hairs? Time to give this skin replenishing balm a try!

Nurses and caregivers: Your hands are raw from continuous washing? Yes, This replenishing balm is for you too. In fact, do you see a patient that may become prone to bed sores? This may be just what the family is looking for.

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