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Know Skin ? Doterra Essential Skin Care

Know Skin ? Doterra Essential Skin Care. Know Me? Kirsten Sheridan. HND in Beauty Therapy International Cidesco Diplomat Clinical Aromatherapy Reflexology Electrologist Massage Therapy/ La Stone City and Guilds Teaching Qualification National Academy of Sports medicine – CPT.

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Know Skin ? Doterra Essential Skin Care

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  1. Know Skin ?Doterra Essential Skin Care

  2. Know Me?Kirsten Sheridan HND in Beauty Therapy International Cidesco Diplomat Clinical Aromatherapy Reflexology Electrologist Massage Therapy/ La Stone City and Guilds Teaching Qualification National Academy of Sports medicine – CPT

  3. Know this complex organ

  4. Skin Types and Conditions Skin Type Normal Oily combination Alipoid - Dry Sensitive Skin Conditions Oily Dehydrated Environmentally sensitized Pigmentation Premature Aging

  5. Why Doterra essential Skin Care? Nature and science Generous amounts of CPTG essential oils Cosmeceuticals Non of the bad No Dyes No Formaldehyde No Parabens No SLES or SLS No animal testing!

  6. Skin Health – An internal affair The Skin is a window into the general health of the body and all its organs therefore the skin needs to be supported both topically and systemically! Doterra Lifelong Vitality Pack- Take daily for optimum skin health!!!

  7. Cleanse x2 -2x daily Exfoliate 2-3x per week Tone 2x daily Target 1-2x daily Moisturize 2x daily Spf – every 2hrs Know Steps to healthy skin

  8. What’s in it for me? What is in a product is important Rock star ingredients Therapeutic and corrective benefits of those ingredients Where do I start? Results? Realistic expectations

  9. Facial Cleanser Melaleuca– astringent /purifying Peppermint - vasodilator Cruciferous veg extract –anti-redness/antioxidant Vitamin Blend including: Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Stabilized vitamin C Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A) Vitamin B5 (panthenoic acid)

  10. Cleansing for an oily and Acne prone skin Rosewood . Eucalyptus. Lemongrass. Melaleucacleanse impurities and manage sebum levels White willow Bark – cell renewal Black Cumin – Antioxidant

  11. Exfoliation Invigorating scrub Grapefruit . Peppermint Lavender – Cell biogenesis (Involved in cell regulation) Jojoba beads – Tiny spherulites have exfoliating action and after dissipation jojoba has a moisturizing and hydrating action Brown and red algae – control melanogenesis

  12. Reveal Facial System Step1 – Refining polish Wild orange and lime – purify Pumpkin enzymes – Digest dead skin cells (Pac men) Step 2 – Peptide Activator Protein building peptides – peptides act as chemical messengers within the skin to produce essential proteins and functions. Peptide activity includes building collagen/elastin and controlling melanogenesis

  13. Pore Reducing Toner Lavender – cell biogenesis Ylang-Ylang – Astringent / PH balancing German Chamomile – anti inflammatory Soybean extract – Visibly reduces pore size Pumpkin Extract (Cucurbita pepo L fruit) – limits inflammation by reducing histamine response Cruciferous extract – anti redness / anti oxidant Vitamin Blend – E, C, A , B5

  14. Tightening serum Frankincense, Sandalwood, Myrrh – DNA repair, Tissue Matrix repair, cell biogenesis Rhizobian and acacia gum extracts – Immediate lifting effect occurs as mechanical network is formed over the skin pulling wrinkles together making them less pronounced. Proprietary Ogliopeptides – Act on synapses impeding the message from the nerve to the muscle producing a Botox (without the Toxic overload) like effect. The less your muscles are flexed the less wrinkles are formed – specific biological activity.

  15. Tightening Serum Cond. Oat Kernel Extract – reduces surface area of wrinkles Proprietary Fluorocarbon – skin respiration and hydration- reduces fine lines and wrinkles Biomimetic Peptides – blocks melanin reduces pigmentation Vitamin blend A, C, E, B5

  16. Target problem areas Clear Skin – Roll On Eucalyptus – Controls over active sebaceous activity Geranium – hydrating Rosewood – astringent Immortelle – Roll On Frankincense Helichrysum Rose Reduce inflammation support skin health at a cellular level

  17. Moisturizers Anti Aging Moisturizer Lavender- Calming / cell biogenesis Jasmine – Calming and Balancing Geranium – Hydrating and healing Frankincense – Cell repair/ renewal Matrikine messaging – Internal mechanism to promote wound healing and improves elasticity and tone Patented hyaluronic spherulites – reduce wrinkle depth and have a plumping effect. HA molecules are too big to penetrate the skin but if those cells are dehydrated and then small enough to penetrate the epidermis and then rehydrate = Increased volume /plumping effect Summer snowflake bulb extract – Guards against free radical damage and also regulates melanogenesis. Based on the ability of dormant bulbs to regenerate in Spring while retaining enough moisture and elasticity.

  18. Hydrating Cream Milk peptide complex – regeneration of connective tissue(Collagen and Elastin) Cocoa seed butter – supports skin barrier and NMF Lavender- cell biogenesis Jasmine – Soothing and toning Geranium – Soothing and calming Frankincense – Cell renewal and support

  19. Customizing Skin Care Lavender – healing Geranium – Hydrating, soothing and calming Melaleuca – over active sebaceous glands Helichrysum – healing and calming Lemongrass – purifying Ylang- Ylang – purifying and astringent and PH balancing German chamomile- calming/soothing for sensitive skin

  20. Skin Care KitsPage 33 of the 2013-2014 Doterra product Guide

  21. Coming Soon www.knowskin.com kirstenjsheridan@gmail.com

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