Sensitive / Rosacea

Both sensitive and rosacea struggle with compromised immune activity. For rosacea, this occurs from damage to the digestive tract. The barrier is deficient which sensitizes the skin to active ingredients and irritants. Alcohol and smoking can also contribute to the inflammation that causes Rosacea.

The following symptoms are often found on the cheeks, temples, forehead, nose and even eyes. It may start in one area and spread to other areas of the face; flushing, redness, sensitivity, or dry skin that may burn or sting, small bumps and pimples or acne-like breakouts and skin that gets coarser and thicker, with a bumpy texture.

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CASE STUDIES

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After
Before Photo:Day 0
After Photo:Day 60
Improvements In:Significant reduction to areas of hyperpigmentation, overall improvement in skin texture and health.
Homecare Regimen:Daily use of Cleanse, Clear, Calm in combination with Catalyst. Consumption of Digestive Health Harmonized Water two times a day.
Professional Treatments:Client received Facial Infusion treatments.
 

Before
After
Before Photo:Day 0
After Photo:Day 90
Improvements In:Significant improvement in inflammation, redness, and acne papules and pustules.
Homecare Regimen:Use of Rescue, Calm and Digestive Health Harmonized Water.
Professional Treatments:No professional treatment given.

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