Dry Skin:

You may feel that your skin is tight and dry, sometimes flakey on areas such as cheeks, chin and forehead. Fine lines may be present around the eye an lip areas. It is important to use a moisturizing treatment at night to repair the skin while you sleep. By using a rich moisturizing mask you will see improvement in the skin, you can reduce fine lines, signs of aging and skin will appear softer and supple.

Oily/ Acne Skin:

Your skin shinny has visible pores and is prone to spots and blemishes. Acne is the visual end result of hormonal, bacterial and inflammatory disturbances that take place in the the oil pore. No one factor causes acne. Acne happens when oil (sebaceous) glands come to life around puberty stimulated by male hormones from the adrenal glands of both boys and girls, although acne can occur at any age. Oil is a natural substance which lubricates and protects the skin. Under certain circumstances, cells that are close to the surface block the openings of sebaceous glands usually because of a buildup of dead skin cells due to not exfoliating on a regular basis. This causes a build-up of oil underneath. This oil allows bacteria to multiply and causes surrounding tissues to become inflamed. Oily skin has the benefits of not showing fine lines easily but needs to be maintained to prevent breakouts and control shine.

Sensitive/ Rosacea Skin:

sensitive skin can be characterized by a red and blotchy appearance, A thin epidermis with blood vessels close to the surface, The heat generated from the redness creates a tendency towards dehydration. Rosacea is a skin disease that causes redness, pimples, and red lines on the nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead. A rash over the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin often occurs. People sometimes call it “adult acne” because it can cause pimple-like outbreaks. Rosacea can also cause burning and soreness in the eyes and eyelids. Fair-skinned people between the ages of 30 and 60 are most likely to develop rosacea. Women are more likely to have rosacea, but men usually have more severe symptoms. There are some factors that can trigger rosacea such as certain types of food including spicy food, temperature related environments, weather, drugs, alcohol, medical conditions, emotional influences and certain topical care products.

Anti aging/ Mature Skin:

Older skin looks more transparent and thinner than younger skin because younger skin has more fat cells in the dermis than older skin. As we age the skin keeps growing and expanding, even as the supporting fat tissues of the lower layers of skin are decreasing. Together with bone deterioration and fat cell depletion eventually causes the skin to sag. Simultaneously, the facial muscles lose their shape and firmness, giving the face a drooping appearance. Thanks to Eminence and their highly effective, yet completely natural formulations, there’s now a viable alternative to conventional skin care, and we think you’re going to love it just as much as we do. Not only does each of these products smell utterly delicious–they boast ingredients lists that render them clean enough to eat. What are those results? We love those most of all. Natural wonders like coconut water, coconut oil, neroli oil and chicory root work to accomplish feats commonly ascribed only to the likes of heavy-duty chemicals. Wrinkles are smoothed, firmness and elasticity are restored, and unsightly spots are sent swiftly on their way.

Hyper pigmentation:

Hyper pigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin color, forms deposits in the skin. Hyper pigmentation can affect the skin color of people of any race. To reduce the discoloration of hyper pigmentation, wearing an effective sunscreen is a must. Freckles, age spots, and other darkened skin patches can become darker or more pronounced when skin is exposed to the sun. This happens because melanin absorbs the energy of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays in order to protect he skin from overexposure. The usual result of this process is skin tanning, which tends to darken areas that are already hyper pigmentation. The sunscreen must be “broad spectrum” (it blocks both ultraviolet A and B). A single day of excess sun can undo months of treatment. Make your daily skin protection regimen healthy, with the best organic skin care protection products. Eminence’s sun protection products are also safe for sensitive skin.

Sun Damage and UV protection and info:

Sun damaged skin can reveal itself in different ways. Wrinkles, hyper pigmentation, dehydration and collagen breakdown may be visible. Sunlight exposure has a profound effect on the skin causing premature skin aging, skin cancer, and a host of skin changes. Exposure to ultraviolet light, UVA or UVB, from sunlight accounts for 90% of the symptoms of premature skin aging. UVC radiation is almost completely absorbed by the ozone layer and does not affect the skin. UVC radiation can be found in artificial sources such as mercury arc lamps and germicidal lamps. UVB affects the outer layer of skin, the epidermis, and is the primary agent responsible for sunburns. It is also more intense in the summer months accounting for 70% of a person’s yearly UVB dose. A positive effect of UVB light is that it induces the production of vitamin D in the skin. A little sun exposure in the early morning or late afternoon is recommended. UVA was once thought to have a minor effect on skin damage, but now studies are showing that UVA is a major contributor to skin damage. UVA penetrates deeper into the skin and works more efficiently. The intensity of UVA radiation is more constant than UVB without the variations during the day and throughout the year.