Sensitive/dry Health System
Sensitive/dry Health System
Sensitive/Dry Skin Health System
Hyaluronic Honey Cleanser - 4oz
Biomimetic Mineral Mist Ultralite (Eco Plastic Bottle) - 30ml
Transdermal C Serum - 30ml
Omega 6 Healing Cream - 30ml
Collagen Recovery Complex - 90 Capsules
Skin that experiences sensitivity or extreme dryness and reactivity due to the elements, allergies, or as a result of in-office treatments will benefit from this system. Truth Treatments Sensitive Skin System is designed to calm, nourish, and protect the skin with a focus on reducing redness, dryness, and discomfort.
CLEANSE: Gently massage Hyaluronic Honey Cleanser™ into damp skin using tepid water. Cleanse as needed.
NOURISH: Combine 2 to 3 drops of Transdermal C Serum™ with 2 pumps of Biomimetic Mineral Mist Ultralite™. Blend together in the palm of your hand to emulsify and then massage into skin. Use daily in the morning.
NOURISH: Treat and protect skin with Omega 6 Healing Cream™. Blend a pea size amount of Omega 6 Healing Cream™ and 2 pumps of Biomimetic Mineral Mist Ultralite™ in the palm of your hand and massage into face and neck in the evening. May also be used as a spot treatment throughout the day, and to alleviate chapped lips.
NUTRIATE: Support dry/sensitive skin with Collagen Recovery Complex™. Take 3 capsules per day. May take with meals or on an empty stomach.
COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS TO ENHANCE PROTOCOL:
Notes from Ben on Sensitive/Dry Skin
Supporting Lifestyle and Nutritional Protocol
Human skin should never be dry. When skin is healthy, several mechanisms function to maintain the hydration of the body’s largest organ. Skin tissue contains microscopic sponge-like molecules, proteins, and sugars whose function is to trap and absorb moisture. Fatty substances including waxes, lipids , and cholesterol further facilitate moisturization. And the skin’s surface, the stratum corneum functions as a barrier preventing the loss of water through evaporation (technically called TEWL, trans-epidermal water loss). When skin dryness (xerosis) occurs it is typically the result of either a poorly formed skin barrier and/or deficiencies in skin moisture factors. This condition can be exacerbated by the breakdown of connective tissue in the dermis. Using nutritional and dietary protocols can be much more effective than using ordinary moisturizers which can actually suppress the production of natural skin moisture factors and inhibit effective barrier formation. Consider adding the following protocols to your daily routine:
1. Help correct fat malabsorption issues with bile salts, lecithin, digestive enzymes and apple cider vinegar with meals. Start meals off with “bitters” and bitter veggies like dandelion greens, radish, arugula, and kale.
2. Avoid alkaline soaps, instead, use low pH cleansers and coconut oil.
3. Enjoy healthy fatty foods, olives, eggs, fish, organ meats.
4. Use nutritional supplements featuring all 90 essential nutrients. Pay particular attention to:
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin E
- Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acid and Fish Oil
- Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA)
- Vitamin C