Nutrition for Skin
Nutrition for Skin

Think about how you feel when you eat fruits, vegetables and other foods that come straight from the earth, versus how you feel when you eat heavily processed foods, or when your diet becomes a bit unbalanced (such as too much sugar or salt). The same consciousness and intention brought to your diet should be brought to your skin. After all, it’s your largest organ!

The key is keeping the epidermis nourished in two ways:
  • 1) Nourished with moisture to help plump up the hydro-lipid barrier, giving a fresh, dewey look.
  • 2) Nourished with nutrients to help nurture the cells of the epidermis, so they are functioning at their best.
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    Help strengthen the hydro-lipid barrier, which protects the skin. LESS
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    Help protect cells from damage, regulate cell regeneration, produce energy, and keep processes working efficiently. LESS
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    Like vitamins, minerals are essential to keep the body working properly. Minerals help support enzyme function, which helps drive many critical processes in the skin. They can also help provide protection through a physical barrier. LESS
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    Plants contain thousands of natural compounds designed to help protect the plant from pathogens and other environmental threats. It’s believed that some of these nutrients can also be beneficial to the skin. LESS

Your Sensory Nature

Your skin has millions of nerve endings; in your fingertips alone, there are around 2,500 per square centimeter! That’s why we believe that products need to work well AND delight the senses. Skincare is a ritual, and your skin should crave products that offer a sensory experience.