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Eczema and Identification

May 13th, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

Eczema is a general term used to describe inflammatory skin conditions exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics (depending on the severity and type of eczema): dryness associated with redness and itching, raised patches, cracks, swelling, small blisters, oozing of a pale yellow or transparent fluid, red or brownish grey patches, raised skin with greasy looking patches, crusty flakes, burning, rash, and scaling

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SKINADE Collagen Drink Booster

April 16th, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

What is Skinade?

Skinade is a multi-award winning, natural peach and mangosteen flavoured anti-ageing collagen drink containing a patent pending formulation of active ingredients that boosts your body's natural production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. skinade improves the way your skin looks and feels in as little as 30 days.

Skinade has been developed by leading UK scientists and is designed to provide a perfect ratio of liquid to active ingredients to create one of the most advanced, effective and bio-available anti-ageing skincare products on the market today. Skinade is an alternative approach to your skincare regime - a drink that works from the inside out.

Comprehensive clinical studies confirm that the collagen peptides in skinade offer exciting new anti-ageing and overall skin health benefits.

Taken daily for up to 12 weeks, these placebo-controlled double blind studies on 186 participants showed that the collagen peptides in skinade:

•Increase skin hydration levels

•Increase skin smoothness by reducing the number of fine lines

•Prevent the formation of deep wrinkles

•Improve skin suppleness.


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April 2nd, 2019 • Posted by Lupe Guthrie • Permalink

The use of a refined extract of Abelmoschus esculentus (aka Hibiscus esculentus), commonly known as okra, for your eyes and face in its products. ZocuShield® are not artificial tear substitutes since "dry eye" is rarely caused by a lack of tears.

The term “dry eye” is a misnomer. More than 85% of "dry eyes" are actually caused by problems on the eyelid margin. It’s actually the dirt, debris, and oil residue along the edge of your eyelids which can cause your eyes to feel dry, itchy, or scratchy. Each blink brings more and more unnatural components onto the tear film that coats the eye. This can cause the eye to look red and tired.


Artificial tears target the wrong problem and provide very temporary relief that last seconds to minutes. Zocular products are not artificial tear substitutes and work better and longer than other eyelid hygiene products. Zocular products are not drugs like antibiotics or steroids that can cause serious side effects.




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