Skin is the largest organ in the body. It is classified as an organ because it is active, living tissue. It not only protects us from the environment around us, but it also produces several important hormones which are released into the circulation, including pigmentation hormones and vitamin D. It also helps eliminate waste through sweat and through tiny blood vessels. Skin also participates in regulating body temperature by controlling sweat production. And to keep skin moist and healthy, skin has glands called sebaceous glands, which secrete an oil called sebum.
Among other functions, the skin assists the liver and kidneys in eliminating toxins. Through complex mechanisms of sending and receiving signals, our internal organs are in constant communication with our skin.
We strive and are proud to use natural ingredients in our skincare formulas to bring out the natural beauty and radiance of skin. We have listed those ingredients on our website under each product’s page. When you use any of our moisturizers, cleansers, serums, eye gels and scrubs we want you to feel confident that they are gentle but effective as they help rejuvenate your skin.
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