Thin Skin2019-10-10T19:09:23+13:00

Thin Skin

Osmosis Thin Skin

Thin skin is referring to individuals who have less fat and smaller sebaceous glands in their skin. There is usually a high number of fine lines related to facial expression.

Thin skin is a disadvantage in that the overall structure of the skin has less "scaffolding" along with fewer growth factors because fat is often where growth factors live. The key focus is to replenish growth factors, use TAMA microcurrent to rebuild their musculature, and the aging protocols to help with the many fine lines they develop after 40 when living with thin skin.

Consider consulting with your physician or licensed skincare professional before embarking on a new treatment or skincare program. If you have any specific questions about these matters, consult a doctor or licensed skincare professional for a diagnosis and customized treatment plan.

Step 1: StemFactor - Apply 1-2 pumps morning and evening.
Step 2: Mix 1-2 pumps Vitamin A Serum mixed with 1-2 pumps of Catalyst AC-11 then apply. Do this morning and evening. May layer instead of mixing.
Step 3: Infuse / Boost Activating Mist - Spray 3-5 times directly onto skin after serum application and massage thoroughly. May repeat, if desired. It can also be used directly on irritated skin to calm it, if needed. Can be used at any point throughout the day to hydrate and promote skin wellness.