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I am an Independent Distributor of Herbalife, Contact no +91 9481189338 For Herbalife Product and Business Opportunity. 8erich@gmail.com

I am an Independent Distributor of Herbalife, Contact no +91 9481189338 For Herbalife Product and Business Opportunity. 8erich@gmail.com


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  • 1. Introduction• The skin is the largest organ in the body• Weight of the skin is 6 to 9 pounds• It stretches over 20 square feet• HUGE!!
  • 2. Introduction• The skin is your body’s first line of defense against disease and infection• Protects against injury• Regulates your body temperature• Regulates your fluid loss• SKIN IS IMPORTANT!!
  • 3. Introduction• Men and women are starting to look after themselves at a much younger age so they can look as GOOD as they can, as LONG as they can
  • 4. Introduction• So, the moral of the story is that your skin needs to be taken care of
  • 5. Skin Deep• EPIDERMIS, outermost layer• DERMIS, middle layer• HYPODERMIS, innermost layer
  • 6. Mission• Your mission will be to outsmart your skin cells before they outsmart you• You can do this by taking care of your skin and following a good skin care routine
  • 7. Skin Nutrition• There are two major ways that skin receive nutrition • Internal • External
  • 8. Total Nutritional Skin Care• Total skin care includes external and internal vitamins to provide a complete health solution
  • 9. Internal Solution• Water intake• Nutrition• Healthy balanced diet• Multivitamins• Exercise
  • 10. External Solution• Nutritional Skin care regimen• Vitamins for skin• This regimen needs to be flexible and will change according to your skin’s needs and also the climate/weather conditions
  • 11. Boosters• A few ‘active’ products like skin vitamins in your skin care programme will make sure that you reap the benefits of today’s advanced technologies
  • 12. Herbal Extracts• Herbal extracts and ‘botanicals’ are today in the forefront as natural skin care products which provide the benefits of great healthy skin care with no side effects
  • 13. Vitamins• Combining antioxidants and vitamins makes them work harder than they can on their own• Vitamins A,C,E
  • 14. Vitamins - The A Team!• Vitamin A – has been shown to be effective in slowing down the aging changes induced by the sun Magnified vitamin A
  • 15. Vitamins - The A Team!• Use of Vitamin A containing products results in a smoother skin with an increase of collagen and elastin fibers
  • 16. Vitamins• Topical C and E are found to effective in maintaining a supple skin and preventing photodamage and pigmentation
  • 17. Vitamin C• Wonderful antioxidant action which means that it destroys free radicals which cause aging changes of the skin Magnified vitamin C crystals
  • 18. Vitamin E• Is also an emollient and moisturizer and draws water upto the epidermis from the dermis Magnified vitamin E
  • 19. Vitamins• Vitamin C and E work wonders as a team• C regenerates E after it neutralises the free radicals which damage the skin
  • 20. Skin Types• Skin is classified into 6 types• I to III - fair skin• IV to VI - darker skin
  • 21. Skin of Colour• Darker skin is protected by melanin• It therefore appears smoother and stronger than light skin and appears to age more slowly• However the use of sunscreen is required just as much in darker skin types
  • 22. Skin of Colour• Darker skin also tends to be more drier than lighter skin and skin care needs to be modified accordingly
  • 23. Skin Care Regimen• Finding out whether the skin on your face is normal, dry, oily or a combination is the first step in creating a skin regimen that will work
  • 24. How do I know if I have Normal to Dry Skin?• Skin feels tight• Will have dull, flaky dry patches• Fine lines are more apparent, especially around eyes and above the lip• Usually clear from blemishes• Skin may feel sensitive in cold weather, dry heat or hot climates
  • 25. How do I know if I have Normal to Oily Skin?• Skin will look shiny, especially in the T-zone• Skin will feel greasy to the touch• Pores are more visible• More prone to breakouts and blemishes
  • 26. Moisturizers• Skin needs hydration but not all skin needs the same amount• Oily skin needs less and may not need any in certain spot or pimple prone areas
  • 27. Moisturizers• If your skin feels tight and dry, then one needs to use a moisturizer• Moisturizers boost skin health by keeping the skin soft and preventing water loss
  • 28. Minimum Maintenance - by Day• Cleanser• Toner• Eye Gel• Moisturizer with SPF 15
  • 29. Minimum Maintenance - by Night• Cleanser• Toner• Eye Cream• Night Cream
  • 30. SPF Savvy• Sunscrens temporarily absorb ultraviolet rays• Best sunscreens protect against both UVA - which causes wrinkles or photoaging• UVB - which causes tanning and burning
  • 31. SPF Savvy• SPF - is an index of the amount of protection your sunscreen will give you• Always use a minimum of SPF 15• Even in Indian skins an SPF of 15 is more than enough
  • 32. Men• Some people say men are thicker-skinned than women• Women tend to have thinner, more fragile skin while men build up a thicker outer covering• Thats the primary difference in the two sexes - as far as skin is concerned!
  • 33. Men• Despite this distinction, a mans skin still needs just as much attention and care as a womans• The big problem is that most men do not know how to tend to their skin
  • 34. Men• Skin care for men need not be complicated• All it takes is three steps in addition to your shaving routine • Cleansing • Toning • Moisturizing• Include this in your basic daily skin-care routine and it can make a world of difference in the way your skin looks and feels
  • 35. Skin Regime for the Man• Facial cleansers are pH balanced, and are kinder to your skin• Cleansing your face with a cleanser that also moisturizes instead of drying it out will help your skin look and feel a lot better
  • 36. Men• Everyday elements such as sun and wind can dry your skin to the point that it hurts• To prevent this, apply a moisturizer with a sunscreen, for outdoor activity and use this following shaving to make your skin look and feel better
  • 37. Summary• A commitment to a regular program of basic skin care for both men and women is one of the best steps you can take to improve and maintain your health
  • 38. Conclusion• Preserving a healthy youthful appearance involves maintenance and a lifestyle approach through sensible living and advanced skin care with basic skin nutrition!
  • 39. Preserve your skin with a new regime using basic skin nutrition that will change the way you look
  • 40. ContactRam+91 9481189338