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You bought our natural products. Now you are in need of information on what to do and what to expect. I want to answer your questions.
Once you start using our products, your skin may continue breaking out. This happens because, with the essential oil support, your skin is throwing out the toxins from within your skin. It may take 7-25 days before you start seeing fantastic improvement. The time depends on how toxic your skin is now. In fact, you may seem to be allergic to the products the first few times you use them. This is probably toxins coming out.
CLEANSING–If you wear makeup, you will need to use the Daily Cleanser, Green Tea Cleanser or the Just Clean Cleanser to help remove makeup. Dampen skin and a soft cloth. Apply a small amount of cleanser to hand. Using fingers, gently massage cleanser onto face. Your goal is to loosen your makeup. Rinse face with warm water. Take cloth and gently remove any makeup left behind. Rinse face again. With practice, you will get good at removing your makeup. Do not pull or stretch your skin while cleansing.
TONER–If using the Daily Cleanser, you may not need to use the toner every time. Find the routine that works best for your skin. If, like me, you don’t wear makeup, the Toner on a small cloth (washable and reusable), cotton pad or cotton balls, may be all you need to remove the daily dose of pollution. Using one of the Toners after the Cleanser will help to remove anything left and seal pores.
BLEMISH STICK/ACNE HEALING GEL–Next, use the Blemish stick on tender spots or eruptions. If you have Acne or lots of problem areas; use the Acne Healing Gel to get them under control. Many women are using the Acne Gel to control those hormonal cystic eruptions that come every month. When using the Acne Healing Gel; do not put the Forever Young Face Oil or Cream over the area. The Gel is soothing and healing. However, use the Oil or Cream on the dry areas of your face; especially eye area and upper lip. Again, you do not want to pull or stretch the skin.
FOREVER YOUNG FACE OIL–The Forever Young Face Oil is for areas of the skin that show the most damage from age, sun, wind. Definitely use it on the whole eye area, gently and carefully. You do not want to stretch or pull the skin. This is an intensive treatment that will show amazing results. The oils will absorb into your skin to help it repair itself. The oils will blur the eye if it gets in it. If your skin is not prone to breakouts, use the oil over the entire face.
FOREVER YOUNG FACE CREAM–The Forever Young Face Cream–this works great under makeup to protect the skin during the day. The zinc oxide provides UV protection. I am a firm believer in the power of sunlight. We need the vitamin D from sunlight. Just do not overexpose skin. You will have more energy and feel better.
To prevent your skin from looking dry, dull, old it is important to use either the Face Cream or Face Oil at least 2 times a day. If I have the opportunity, I will rinse my face and apply more Face Cream…especially if I have been in the sun, or a windy, dusty, or dry environment.
FACIAL SCRUB–The Facial Scrub should only be used 1-2 times per week. Unless you are aggressively attacking the acne areas. The Facial Scrubs can cause temporary worsening of the acne. This is a product you can keep in the shower to utilize when your skin is warm and wet. It is good for hands, neck, arms to help get rid of dry, clogged skin.
EXFOLIATING FACE SERUM–If you try the Exfoliating Face Serum: This is a “spa strength” treatment. It will quickly help remove the dry, dead skin layer. The Exfoliating Face Serum can sting. Usually it happens after 5-10 minutes of it on your skin. This shows that it has made it through damaged skin. Rinse off when you feel the sting. It will leave the skin temporarily red. Use the Forever Young Face Oil afterwards to speed new, softer skin production. Use no more than 1 time per week. The product requires caution, but can yield great results for doughy, dull complexions.
Gillette Shave Cream
Palmitic acid: Emulsifier. Adverse effects: Contact dermatitis
Triethanolamine: Detergent; surfactant. Adverse effects: Contact dermatitis May contain carcinogenic impurities
Isopentane: Solvent. Adverse effects: Breathing difficulties; Has anaesthetic effect on the skin; Dry skin; contact dermatitis, Altered heart rhythms; Dizziness; headaches; Irritating to nose and throat. A major component of gasoline vapour, and a chemical relative of isobutane (see).
Glyceryl oleate: Emulsifier, Emollient. Adverse effects: Skin allergies; dermatitis
Stearic acid: Emulsifier. Adverse effects: Skin allergies
Parfum: Fragrance. Adverse effects: Allergen; Triggers asthmatic reactions; skin irritation; Headache; mood swings; depression; forgetfulness. ‘Parfum’ is a collective name given to hundreds of different chemicals used to produce fragrance in cosmetics and toiletries. Most are neurotoxic and many are persistent (ie, they don’t break down in the environment and they accumulate in human tissue and breast milk). Artificial musks, common ingredients in fragrances and toiletries, are hormone-disrupting.
Isobutane: Propellants. Adverse effects: Headache; Mood swings ; Nausea; vomiting; dizziness; High doses can cause convulsions and coma.
These highly flammable volatile organic chemicals accumulate in human breast milk. While isobutane doesn’t destroy the ozone layer, it does contribute to the formation of ground-level ozone, or smog, which can cause serious breathing problems.
Polytetrafluoroethylene: Film former; Friction reducer. Adverse effects: Carcinogenic; Birth defects; Weakens immune system. Also known as Teflon, this chemical belongs to the same family of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) as Scotchguard (now withdrawn from the market for safety reasons) and a range of other fabric treatments such as Stainmaster and Gore-Tex. A recent report by the US pressure group the Environmental Working Group on the PFC perfluorooctanoic acid revealed that it can be found in the blood of some 90 per cent of US citizens. PFCs are indestructible and widespread in the environment, and some observers believe that their effect on humans may make DDT look safe by comparison.
Propylene glycol: Solvent. Adverse effects: Penetration enhancer
Propylene glycol alters skin structure, allowing other more toxic chemicals to penetrate more deeply into the skin, and eventually the bloodstream.
BHT – butylated hydroxytoluene: Antioxidant. Adverse effects: Contact allergies; contact dermatitis. Potential carcinogen; May cause birth defects. If absorbed, BHT can accelerate the breakdown of vitamin D, which helps maintain immunity and healthy bones and teeth.
CI59040, CI 42090: Colourings. Adverse effects: Skin irritation
42090 is a potential carcinogen. 59040 is an irritant to the mucous membranes of the eyelids, mouth, nose, respiratory tract and genitals; the EU does not allow it in any preparations that come into contact with these areas. 42090 is also known as FD&C blue 1, CI 59040 as D&C green 8; both are synthetic coal tar dyes.
Calming for Overactive Pets—distilled water; vegetable glycerin; lavender essential oil; roman chamomile essential oil; tangerine essential oil.
Ear Health—olive oil; chamomile essential oil; neem seed oil.
Litter Box Deodorizer—baking soda; lavender flowers; spearmint leaves.
Pet Bar Soap—distilled water; saponified olive oil; saponified coconut oil; saponified palm oil; saponified soya oil; cocoa butter; salt; rosemary oil extract; lavender flower, spearmint, cedar; neem seed oil; eucalyptus citriodora essential oil.
Cat’s Flea & Tick Repellent Spray—distilled water; vegetable glycerin; xanthan gum; lavender essential oil; cedarwood essential oil; frankincense essential oil.
Cat’s Flea & Tick Repellent Powder—arrowroot; lavender herb; cedarwood essential oil; frankincense essential oil.
Dog’s Flea & Tick Repellent Spray—distilled water; vegetable glycerin: xanthan gum; oregano essential oil; rose geranium essential oil; juniperberry essential oil; rosewood essential oil.
Dog’s Flea & Tick Repellent Powder—arrowroot; lavender herb; spearmint herb; oregano essential oil; rose geranium essential oil; juniperberry essential oil.
Pet Wash; Lavender Mint—Shampoo/Shower soap: lavender essential oil; spearmint essential oil; cedarwood essential oil; eucalyptus citriodora essential oil; neem seed infused oil.
Aftershave—distilled water; vegetable glycerin; witch hazel; sulfonated castor oil; essential oil blend.
Cologne—water; vegetable glycerin; essential oil blend; water. Men’s scents do not have fragrance oil.
Patchouli-Tea Tree-Peppermint—patchouli essential oil; peppermint essential oil; tea tree essential oil.
Men’s Face Lotion—distilled water; sunflower oil; apricot oil; beeswax; vegetable glycerin; potassium sorbate; rice powder; xanthan gum; rosemary oil extract; neem seed oil; natural vitamin e; tea tree essential oil; lavender essential oil; rosemary essential oil; sage essential oil; spruce essential oil; spearmint essential oil.
Men’s Facial Oil—sunflower; avocado oil; macadamia oil; neem seed oil; natural vitamin e oil; carrot seed essential oil; palma rosa essential oil; clary sage essential oil; fennel essential oil; patchouli essential oil.