Beauty may be only skin deep, but your skin health starts far below the surface. It’s fascinating to think that your skin is actually the largest organ in your body. Just like any other vital organ, your skin is directly affected by how well you care for your body each day.
Your skin is often the first indicator of an underlying health issue – it’s that sensitive. The American Academy of Dermatology confirms that your skin may show the first signs of internal disease, before a condition advances and grows more serious.1
WHAT LIES BENEATH
The answer to healthy skin lies within. As life goes on, skin damage may be inevitable. But even scarring to this vulnerable, protective organ, ranging from mild to severe, can be reduced and often eliminated with the right combination of nutrients.
Scarring can be caused by a number of factors that inflict damage on the skin – cuts, injuries, wounds, acne scarring, sun damage, and more. Once the delicate skin barrier has been compromised at the surface, it is almost impossible for skin to fully repair itself without support. After your skin has been scarred, it does not naturally regenerate. A scar will heal over and create scar tissue that may be stiff, uncomfortable, and unsightly. This scar tissue will remain and may even grow worse, until the skin is given the nutrients it needs to self-heal.
TWO WAYS TO REDUCE SCARRING AND HEAL DAMAGED SKIN
Skin nutrition is the easiest and most effective way to regenerate once-healthy skin that has been scarred. The most powerful skin nutrition comes from the inside, supplying this protective barrier with concentrated enzymes and minerals to rebuild its foundation. Skin healing support wouldn’t be complete without external nourishment – regenerative oils can deeply penetrate the skin to improve texture, appearance, and elasticity.
Scar-renewal skin nutrition comes first from the inside and can also be absorbed through the surface of the skin:
Internal: Feed your skin from deep within by nourishing your body with powerful nutrients. To minimize scar tissue, the potent proteolytic enzyme Serrapeptase moves quickly through the body, dissolving dead or non-living tissue that includes scar tissue on the surface of the skin. Serrapeptase’s regenerative properties are most apparent when used in combination with trace minerals and MSM, known for its ability to soften skin and decrease scar tissue.2 MSM can also improve the skin’s structural integrity and may inhibit pro- inflammatory mediators that compromise the surface of the skin.
External: Preserve the delicate organ that is your skin with pure, unscented oils that provide external protection. Rose hip oil is renowned for its ability to prevent premature aging, improve skin texture, and diminish scars. Rich in unsaturated essential fatty acids, rose hip oil’s natural healing properties have been confirmed in a clinical setting. When rose hip oil was applied to 180 patients with surgical, traumatic, and burn scars, as well as signs of premature aging, in a two-year study, continuous application showed tremendous results in attenuating scars and wrinkles, halting premature aging, and restoring skin color and tone that had been lost.
Even a surface issue like skin scarring can affect your quality of life. It can literally change the way you see yourself. True skin renewal starts on the inside with the right nutritional support. Powerful oils with scientific backing can help skin repair and regenerate so that unsightly scars become a memory.
A unique formula which provides 80,000iu’s serrapeptase in a nutrateric enteric coated tablet (for optimum performance), plus 50mg of Trace Minerals and 350mg of MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). Phthalate free.
Rosa Mosqueta Oil is a pure, unscented Rose Hip Oil from a wild rose of the Andes, rich in Essential Fatty Acids.
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in Medical DermatologyTM Excellence in DermatopathologyTM.” Skin Can Show First Signs of Some Internal Diseases.
2. Jacob, Stanley W., and Ronald Melvin Lawrence. The Miracle of MSM: The Natural Solution for Pain. New York: Putnam, 1999. Print.
3. Contributions to Identification and Application of Active Components Contained in Rosa Aff. Rubiginosa. December 1988.