1. causes & purpose When it comes to skincare, nothing is more important than ensuring that your skin retains its moisture. Moisturized skin is healthy skin, and healthy skin glows bright.
  2. expert advice It’s important to remember that moisturizing your skin isn’t exactly a clear-cut formula. When it comes down to it, your skin is your own, meaning that you need to know what’s best for it. If you struggle with oily skin, then too much moisture could exacerbate the problem. However, some scientists believe that oily skin is simply our body’s way of overcompensating for a lack of moisture. On the other hand, skin with excessive dryness could benefit from extra moisture. It all comes down to how well you know your skin.
  3. care & restore If you’re looking to restore your skin’s natural glow, then ensuring that it’s receiving the proper amount of moisture each and every day is absolutely critical. When choosing a moisturizer, be sure to watch out for signs of irritation, itchiness, or redness. It’s always a good idea to find a moisturizer that works best for your skin.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) Remember, your skin is an organ – and with that said, it’s absolutely critical that you provide it with the proper nutrients, nourishment, care, and attention that it craves on a daily basis. For most people, this can be as simple as ensuring that your skin is hydrated properly each and every day. By moisturizing your skin daily and by finding the right moisturizer product that suits your unique skin condition and skin type, you can rest assured knowing that you’re giving your skin everything it needs to feel and look its very best. For any questions regarding how you can find the right moisturizing product for your skin, consult your doctor or skincare specialist.


  1. causes & purpose Are you someone who struggles with oily skin? Have you avoided moisturizer all of your life because your skin was simply too oily? Remember, oily skin can be our body’s way of overcompensating for a lack of moisture and hydration.
  2. expert advice Oily skin is typically the result of overactive sebaceous glands. These are glands that live within our skin and they’re designed to provide us with a natural hydration substance called Sebum. However, overactive sebaceous glands can result in too much Sebum, which ends up sitting on the surface of our skin, clogging our pores, and leaving our skin feeling waxy and oily. One of the best ways to treat oily skin is to simply wash your face regularly using a gentle, sensitive skin soap and some warm water.
  3. care & restore If you’re looking to truly rid yourself from oily skin, there are a few options that you can pursue. However, we always recommend simply washing your face daily with soap and water. Avoid the use of wash cloths, and always be sure to moisturize. When your skin is dry, it signals to your sebaceous glands that more Sebum is needed, ultimately causing more oily skin to develop. Avoid this by keeping your skin clean and hydrated day after day.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) While there are a number of different cosmetic products available designed to treat oily skin, the first thing you should do is determine just where the problem is coming from. Is your skin naturally oily? If so, then you might be struggling with overactive sebaceous glands. If not, the chances are likely that certain cosmetics might be drying out your skin, forcing your body to overcompensate and produce extra Sebum to add more moisture to your skin. For any questions regarding how you can find the right treatment or cosmetic products for oily skin, consult your doctor or skincare specialist

Skin Texture

  1. causes & purpose Has it been too long since you felt as though your skin was truly soft and smooth? When was the last time you ran your fingers across your face and didn’t feel wrinkles and fine lines? When it comes to the texture of your skin, you have the power to smooth it out.
  2. expert advice First and foremost, it’s important to remember that everyone’s skin is different. This means that our skin looks and feels differently, and it also means that the texture of our skin can change over the years. With that in mind, achieving that soft and smooth skin texture that you’ve always wanted requires time, care, and nourishment. One of the best ways to improve your skin texture is to ensure that it has the moisture it needs to stay healthy. When your skin is hydrated and nourished, it retains its elasticity, making it less susceptible to wrinkles and fine lines.
  3. care & restore At the end of the day, keeping your from falling susceptible to signs of aging requires you to follow a simple and daily skincare routine. Not only will it help to ensure that you’re properly caring for your skin, but it can also help to restore your skin if it’s been far too long since you’ve moisturized.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) Remember, your skin texture is going to be different than others, and it’s certainly going to change over time. The one way to stay on top of it is to ensure that you give your skin the proper care and attention it needs on a daily basis. At the end of the day, old age is going to show itself one way or another, but by washing your face daily, providing it with moisture and hydration, and making sure that you attack signs of dryness, redness, inflammation, or acne breakouts, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll be able to slow those signs of aging.

Collagen Fiber

  1. causes & purpose Collagen fiber is a natural protein that our body produces all on its own – although it can also be found and taken as a supplement to promote healthy skin. Fundamentally, collagen plays a large role in determining the texture of our skin.
  2. expert advice Collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in our bodies, and that’s because it serves a large number of purposes. As it relates to our skin, collagen helps to give our skin that soft, cushion-like feeling that we all desire. When your body isn’t producing enough collagen naturally, you can take the protein in the form of a daily protein supplement, although some disagree on the benefits of this approach.
  3. care & restore When we speak about skin texture and softness, it typically comes down to following the right skincare routine – wash your face, moisturize, and be sure to rid the surface of your skin from toxins. Unclog your pores, minimize breakouts, and most importantly, stay consistent. By adding a collagen supplement into your daily diet, you can reinforce the natural collagen that your body produces.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) Remember, maintaining the proper collagen levels in your body can be as simple as letting your body produce it! Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the body, which means that only in rare cases do you need to supplement. However, for those who are in drastic need of smooth skin or a restored skin texture, collagen is easily and readily available in a variety of supplement forms that can be taken daily. Always be sure to consult with your doctor or skincare specialist before including a new supplement into your daily diet.


  1. causes & purpose Skin wrinkles – we all have them, and we all get them eventually. But what are they actually caused by? Well, they’re a natural part of aging, but there are some things out there that can speed up that process, ultimately making wrinkles show up faster than they should. Any guesses? How about, the sun!
  2. expert advice When it comes to your skin, it’s safe to say that nothing is more important than ensuring that you keep it protected from ultraviolet light and the powerful and damaging rays of light that come from the sun. Sure, we all love to sit outside and soak in the sun on a hot day, but the fact of the matter is that the sun causes wrinkles to appear faster than they would naturally because it exposes our skin to ultraviolet radiation, which breaks down our connective tissue can causes wrinkling.
  3. care & restore One way to restore your skin’s natural elasticity is to be sure that you’re always keeping it protected from UV light and other environmental pollutants. Wear sunscreen, limit sun exposure, dress appropriately, and of course, always be sure to clean your skin regularly with gentle soap and water to clear it from debris and toxins.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) At the end of the day, wrinkles might be inevitable! But if you’re experiencing wrinkles at a young age, then you should certainly take a look at where they might be coming from. Too much sun, exposure to environmental hazards or pollution, tobacco use, and even stress and unhealthy diets can cause wrinkles to appear far earlier than they should. In order to reverse the trend and restore your skin, it’s important to avoid the sun where possible, and stay protected whenever you can’t avoid it. In addition, follow a healthy diet, avoid tobacco use, and moisturize your skin daily.


  1. causes & purpose Pigment is what gives our skin its natural color and its natural glow, and in fact, it plays a large role in our natural complexion as well. The pigment in our skin comes from melanin, and coloration is determined by how much melanin our skin contains.
  2. expert advice As it relates to pigment, there are a number of common skin disorders that can change the color and complexion of our skin. Depigmentation, for example, occurs when our body lacks melanin completely. In these cases, the skin turns white and it loses its color. Hypopigmentation, on the other hand, is when our body possesses only a small amount of pigmentation, which causes lighter skin, also known as albinism. Hyperpigmentation is when our bodies contain high amounts of melanin and pigment, which causes darker skin than normal.
  3. care & restore Dealing with pigment can be challenging and quite tricky depending on your unique condition. In these cases, we always recommend consulting with a Healthcare provider, a doctor, or a skincare specialist to determine the best course of action moving forward. But rest assured, there’s always a solution.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) When it comes to your skin, it’s safe to say that you want to have a clean, natural, and subtle glow that brings your natural skin color and pigmentation to surface, right? Well, with regular car and attention, that shouldn’t be a problem! But for people with pigmentation disorders, it can be a bit more challenging. There are a wide number of pigmentation cosmetics available on the market to treat different pigmentation disorders, and you should consult with your skincare specialist before giving any of them a try.


  1. causes & purpose Sensitive skin is real – and it’s quite common too. For people who struggle with sensitive skin, it could make things like choosing the proper body wash, hand soap, or moisturizer quite difficult. And when it comes to makeup, you might need to invest in makeup specifically designed for those who struggle with sensitive skin.
  2. expert advice Remember, everyone’s skin is different. And with that said, it’s important to consider that what might work for someone with sensitive skin, might not work for you. Dealing with sensitive skin should always start with something small – rid yourself from makeup, harsh bath soaps and hand soaps, and fragrances for a few days and start with a gentle, sensitive skin soap. Then, slowly add your products back into the mix. While you might simply be suffering from an allergy related to a cosmetic product, this process will help you determine just how sensitive your skin really is.
  3. care & restore Dealing with sensitive skin doesn’t have to be challenging, it simply requires a good strategy. It really can be as simple as purchasing a gentle bath soap and showering with warm water. Be sure to avoid wash cloths and loofas, or any other skincare bath product that could irritate your skin with too much friction. Keep things simple, and be sure to avoid fragrances.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) Sensitive skin is such a common occurrence, and the reasons behind it are hard to pinpoint. However, because its so common, there are a wide range of cosmetic products and treatments designed to make it easier to live with. From sensitive skin body wash and hand soaps, to makeup designed for sensitive skin, you can still look and feel your best. And don’t forget, you can even substitute perfumes and colognes for essential oils to ensure that you can still smell your best too!


  1. causes & purpose Skin pores are part of our bodies – some of us have large pores, others have small pores. Some of us have clean and clear pores, while others have clogged pores. The fact is that our skin pores play a role in the texture and overall look of our skin.
  2. expert advice Remember, with every single blade of hair on our body – even the virtually microscopic blades of hair on our face, we have a skin pore. With that said, we have millions of pores on our body. Our pores help our skin breathe, and they help it retain moisture. When our pores our clogged, our body tends to overproduce natural oil known as Sebum. Excessive Sebum results in oily skin, and oily skin is often a direct result of clogged pores! See where we’re going? Clogged pores = oily skin.
  3. care & restore One of the best things that you can do when it comes to your skincare routine is ensuring that you  exfoliate, clean, detoxify, and moisturize each and every day. This process helps to clean out your pores, remove debris, and eliminate toxins, ultimately unclogging those clogged pores and allowing your skin to breathe each and every day.
  4. Explanation (need to be on the scan report page) Your pores demand just as much attention as the rest of your body – especially if you wear makeup, if you frequently find yourself out in the sun, if you struggle with oily skin, or if your face gets dirty during the day. Remember, dirt, debris, and toxins love to live within our pores, and by making sure that you keep them protected, clean, and open, you can pave the way for healthier, cleaner, and brighter skin. There are a number of cosmetic products available on the market to help you keep your pores clean, but always be sure to consult with your doctor or skincare specialist before trying any cosmetic!