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Give Your Skin a Turbo Boost

detox-oxygenating reaffirming mask

Have you had a long week? Are you constantly inundated with personal and environmental strain causing your skin to look stressed, tired, and dull? If despite following your skin care routine if your skin looks tired and dull it might be time to add a mask to your beauty ritual.

detox-oxygenating reaffirming mask

When you are looking to give your skin a turbo boost, our detox-oxygenating reaffirming mask is a great place to start. With a combination of halophyte plant stem cells, detoxifying and oxygenating ingredients your skin will get the bubble filled boost it needs to help remove dead skin cells, oxygenate the skin, minimize the signs of aging, and brighten dull skin to a lustrous radiance.

The unique blend of HylaFusion® and other powerful ingredients will help to detoxify, promote oxygenation, and restore a beautiful healthy glow:

– Cellusomes® are halophyte plant stem cells that provide anti-inflammatory and cell rejuvenation properties that promote firm smooth skin by stimulating skin resurfacing and protection against photo aging.

– Oxygeskin® infuses the skin with oxygenation thus improving complexion radiance and brightening dull skin.

– Celldetox® helps to fight oxidation of cell proteins and peroxidized lipids by reinforcing natural cell detoxification reducing visible signs of aging and restoring natural radiance.

 

When you are in need to revive stressed, tired, and dull skin the detox-oxygenating reaffirming mask is your go-to beauty product. Ten minutes is all you need to let this mask do its job, and with a few applications a week you will start to see improved skin radiance, skin tone and texture and a reduction of the visible signs of aging.

 

8 Steps to Reduce the Impact of Stress on Your Skin

Stress and your skinWe all know that stress takes a toll on your entire body. Here at eraclea, we’€™re primarily interested in how stress impacts your skin and how to reduce those effects.

According to WebMD, stress can worsen existing skin problems. If you have conditions like psoriasis, rosacea, or eczema, when you’€™re stressed out, those conditions can really flare up.

Additionally, stress may cause hives, various skin rashes, or even a flare-up of fever blisters.

Clearly, learning how to deal with stress is the first step to minimizing these symptoms, however what specific steps can be taken? Try these 8 ways to help reduce the effects of stress on your skin:

  1. Don’t neglect your skin. Take care of your skin, even if you’re tired or stressed.
  2. Get regular exercise. It’s good for your skin and the rest of your body.
  3. Take time for yourself to do something you enjoy, even if you only have ten minutes. Take a bath or read an article.
  4. Take a walk around the block.
  5. Practice stress management techniques, such as breathing exercises, yoga, meditation, or visual imagery.
  6. Get enough sleep. Seven to eight hours each night is ideal.
  7. Say no. It’s OK to set limits and boundaries to lower your stress.
  8. Talk to someone. Seek support from a friend or a professional therapist.

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Is Stress Affecting Your Skin?

Have you ever noticed that when you are stressed, you break out more? This is because stress causes a chemical response in your body that makes skin more sensitive and reactive. It can also make it harder for skin problems to heal.

Stress can also:

  • Worsen skin problems such as; psoriasis, rosacea, and eczema. Stress can also cause hives and other types of skin rashes and trigger a flare-up of fever blisters.
  • Interfere with daily skin care. If you are stressed, you might skimp on your skin care, which can aggravate skin problems.
  • Skin problems can also be stressful. Some people are so embarrassed by their skin that they keep to themselves, which adds more stress, worsening the problem.

 Reduce the Effects of Stress on Your Skin

Although it’s impossible to avoid stress completely, there are ways to handle it better. Try these approaches:

  1. Get regular exercise, even if it’€™s just a walk around the block. It’s good for your skin and the rest of your body.
  2. Don’t neglect your skin. Take care of your skin, even if you’re tired or stressed.
  3. Take time for yourself to do something you enjoy, even if you only have ten minutes.
  4. Get enough sleep. Seven to eight hours each night is ideal.
  5. Say no. It’s OK to set limits and boundaries to lower your stress.
  6. Practice stress management techniques, such as breathing exercises, yoga, meditation, or visual imagery.
  7. Talk to someone. Seek support from a friend or a professional therapist