When wishing to have a perfect skin, we must understand our body first!

I would like to share with you a Pentagram Idea of incredible Natural ENERY-SK Skin Care Products.

Our skin is the mirror of the interaction between the outer world and the status of our inner body. Perfection is the reflection of body ́s harmony; individual imperfections are signals of biologic balance deflection.By means of carefully selected most active ingredients, we take care of the skin, provide the inner organism with power and restore the requisite calmness of the mind.

The basis of the EnergySK skin care cosmetics is a line of five RENOVE skin creams developed according to the principle of the harmony of five elements.

Five unique creams represent the five elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Wood, Earth, Fire,

Metal and Water. Five products – and each of them focuses, via its effects, on a certain group of body

organs, on a certain skin type, status of mind or imbalance of the inner organism. The individual

products not only build on each other but they also complement and align each other and form

a compact system.

By choosing the right cream, a space for playfulness and, primarily, for own intuition is being opened. Whether you choose your cream by scent, colour, mood or a particular need your choice will be always right.

Basic principles

We approach every single aspect of our products with the best care and pure intent. Every product is based on highest natural foundations; it is well-absorbed and skin-friendly while providing smooth application and long-term effects. The extraordinary amount of active substances is a combination of methods of phytotherapy, aromatherapy, crystaltherapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and bioresonance to achieve the best possible effect resulting from the interaction of these methods.

Natural perfumes

Natural perfumes consist of aromatherapeutic amounts of the rarest essences only and give an exceptional individuality to each product. They are instruments of a gentle therapy that has the enormous

potency to reach deep mind and harmonize the inner power. Containing the solely essence of herbs, these perfumes are the most powerful substances in plant kingdom: many of them are even the

most expensive ones.

Quality

For production, we use only proved raw materials of highest quality that have been selected in a way to

meet the demanding requirements of natural cosmetics. We carefully choose our suppliers of active substances and cooperate with them to ensure that natural biorhythms, high purity, energetic value and therapeutic effect of the substances will be respected. We use no parabens, synthetic colorants and fragrances, no mineral oils, oil derivatives, genetically modified organisms, chemical UV filters or SLS.

Phytotherapy

The polycomposite extract amounts for exceptional 16% of the content.

Depending on the particular product, it consists of 13 to19 medicinal

plants carefully put together to achieve the targeted therapeutic effect.

Tertiary thermal water

Naturally warmed up and full of earth energy, this water provides the

cosmetics with a wide range of rare elements. It is highly mineralized, but it

concurrently has a well-balanced composition. Efficient and well tolerated.

Other common active substances.

Argan oil

All formulas contain a rare high-quality argan oil originating in the Berber

regions of North-African Morocco. The combination of the controlled collection in free nature and manual processing gives us one of the purest and most efficient oils. Containing high amounts of pure vitamin E and unsaturated fatty acids, the oil has strong antioxidant properties. It protects and nourishes the skin, prevents wrinkles to occur and smoothes existing wrinkles.

Succinic acid

Already in ancient Egypt, pharaohs had amber plates sewn under their skin, believing it had rejuvenation effects. These properties of succinic acid have been proven by recent research. The acid directly influences the metabolism of cells as well as important biochemical processes.

Top 10 Toxic Skin Care Ingredients (Avoid Putting on Your Skin at All Costs)

To help you in this mission how to select your personal cosmetics, I have put together a list of 10 ingredients you should avoid in anything you buy. By steering clear of these ingredients , you can rest assured that whatever you’re putting on your skin isn’t harming it.

1. Parabens

Parabens are unquestionably the most commonly used preservatives in the cosmetics industry. They’re in just about any cream you might use, as they prevent mold, fungus and parasites from sprouting and growing in your products. The problem is that they can be absorbed through the skin, and have often been found in breast cancer tumors! All signs point to skin care products being the cause.

Because of this, there is a growing concern that excessive use of parabens may give rise to breast cancer in women and testicular cancer in men. Although there haven’t been any conclusive studies proving this, it should be enough to make you concerned.

Parabens can appear in different forms, so here’s what you want to look out for:

  • benzylparaben

  • butyiparaben

  • propylparaben

  • methylparaben

  • ethylparaben

  • isobutylparaben

1. Hydroquinone

As a skin lightener that reduces dark blemishes caused by everything from medical reactions to bruising, hydroquinone sounds too good to be true.

Hydroquinone reduces the melanin in your skin to get rid of those unsightly marks, but in doing so, it hurts your skin in many ways. First of all, it’s permanently altering your pigment while also weakening the elastin and collagen in your problem area – the very things that are key to keeping your skin firm and youthful! Some people get unsightly blotches after using hydroquinone, and far more get contact dermatitis or have allergic reactions after regular use. Considering how easily it irritates your skin, it’s a wonder that it’s used at all. Finally, like so many ingredients on this list, there is some suspicion that it’s a carcinogen.

2. Petroleum

Petroleum is used in so many cosmetics products. And in case you’re wondering, yes, it’s the very same substance from which your motor oil is made.

It hides behind many names that you should familiarize yourself with. They are:

  • Petrolatum

  • Xylene

  • Toluene

  • Mineral oil

  • Liquid paraffin

It contains 1,4-Dioxane, which has been listed by the World Health Organization and the Environmental Protection Agency as a probable carcinogen. Cancer from your moisturizer? No thank you.

3. Phthalates

This hard to pronounce class of substances is found in just about everything, even you. A study done by the US Centers for Disease Control found a trace of it in every single person they analyzed. This is problematic because phthalates – which are used in cosmetics and also in many plastic objects – have been found to act as a hormone disruptor linked to reproductive defects, insulin resistance and developmental problems in children.

Here’s the tricky part: phthalates usually aren’t listed on the label of your favored products, so you have to do a bit of sleuthing to determine their presence. Want a hint? They’re often found in anything that misleadingly lists “fragrance” as an ingredient. Stick to products that are scented with essential oils instead.

4. Resorcinol

Why is it that resorcinol – a popular ingredient in bleaches – is restricted in federal government buildings, but is used freely in so many hair color products? That probably doesn’t sound right to you, and that’s because it isn’t. Not at all!

Resorcinol is a known skin irritant that has been shown in studies to disrupt healthy thyroid function in animals. It’s also a common cause of dye allergy that so many women find themselves bothered by. You don’t want this in your hair, or anywhere for that matter!

5. Hydroquinone

As a skin lightener that reduces dark blemishes caused by everything from medical reactions to bruising, hydroquinone sounds too good to be true.

Hydroquinone reduces the melanin in your skin to get rid of those unsightly marks, but in doing so, it hurts your skin in many ways. First of all, it’s permanently altering your pigment while also weakening the elastin and collagen in your problem area – the very things that are key to keeping your skin firm and youthful! Some people get unsightly blotches after using hydroquinone, and far more get contact dermatitis or have allergic reactions after regular use. Considering how easily it irritates your skin, it’s a wonder that it’s used at all. Finally, like so many ingredients on this list, there is some suspicion that it’s a carcinogen.

6. Methylisothiazolinone

Just the name alone is intimidating. Thankfully known as MIT for short, methylisothiazolinone is an increasingly common antibacterial preservative in everything from baby shampoo to moisturizer. Unfortunately, studies have shown that it contains neurotoxic properties that should be of great concern to all consumers.

In studies with rats, a mere 10 minutes of exposure to MIT was enough to cause brain cell damage. Further studies concluded that low concentrations of MIT during neural development increased the risk of seizures and visual abnormalities. Furthermore, the Environmental Working Group has classified it as a skin sensitizer and irritant.

The argument often made by skin care companies is that MIT is used in very small concentrations, usually in products that are meant to be rinsed off, thus reducing your exposure to the chemical.

7. Oxybenzone

This chemical has been linked to skin irritation and allergies, hormone disruption and low birth weights in baby girls.

What’s scary is that a study conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control found that oxybenzone is present in the urine of 97% of Americans. How much of it have we been exposed to, and how is it affecting us in ways that we don’t quite understand yet? With figures like these, chances are it’s already in your system, so you want to limit your future exposure to it as much as possible.

8. Artificial Dyes and Synthetic Colors

Many of the products you have are likely made with synthetic colors that are made from coal tar. Though pretty, these harsh artificial colors have been shown in studies to be carcinogenic and are likely to cause skin sensitivity and irritation due to the heavy metals they deposit on your skin when you use them

just check the ingredients, and if you see anything listed beginning with FD&C or D&C, you know it isn’t what you really want.

9. Benzoyl Peroxide

It hass been linked with the promotion of tumor growth. Horrifying, don’t you think?

Beyond that, it produces toxic effects in the body simply through inhalation, and is a known skin, eye and respiratory irritant. As if that isn’t bad enough, it’s extremely toxic if you swallow it. Awful!

10. Triclosan

Technically a pesticide – at least according to the Environmental Protection Agency – triclosan is a popular ingredient in just about any product claiming antibacterial properties. It works very well at killing bacteria, and that’s actually the problem: not all bacteria are bad for you, and furthermore, some experts speculate widespread of this chemical could give rise to “superbugs” – harmful bacteria resistant to antibiotics.

That’s not all; triclosan has been shown to work as both a hormone and thyroid disruptor. On top of that, it’s terrible for the environment. So put your inner germaphobe at ease and know that water and natural hand soap will more than handle your daily hand-washing needs.

Give yourself a gift of healthy natural skin care products and your body will thank you for it. Give it a try...

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