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Evie Skincare glutathione patch

 

transdermal skin whitening patches work by lightening your skin from the inside. The active ingredients glutathione & vitamin C penetrate directly into the bloodstream to raise glutathione levels which in turn lighten skin, discolourations, dark marks, hyperpigmentation and illuminate the complexion.

  • Application of patch allows for full body benefit as the glutathione penetrates the bloodstream
  • Works from head to toe
  • Several health benefits
  • Increases your sun protection factor due to antioxidant protection
  • Suitable for pigmentation treatment on the face as well as the body (joints, underarms, knuckles, post acne scars) as well as general skin lightening
  • Promotes a radiant healthy complexion

Glutathione is a super antioxidant which is used by every cell in your body to dispose of toxins and maintain the body’s defense system. After the age of 20 our body gets depleted of this essential antioxidant, which in turn can results in sickness, diseases, and aging. Treats All forms of hyperpigmenation.  Hyperpigmented Skin Types, brightening, Energy boost, cleansing the Liver, Antioxidant

Our Patches uses transdermal technology, which transfers active ingredients Glutathione+Vitamin C directly into the body. This increases your Glutathione levels with minimal risk compared to other methods and detoxifies the body from toxins, neutralize free radicals, and inhibits the production of melanin that lightens the skin

Benefits include:

• A lighter, brighter more evenly toned complexion

• Supports improvement of hair, nails and skin

• A radiant glow wrinkles are improved

• Acne, pimples and scars become less evident

• Reduced toxicity in the body

• Supports improved sleep quality & mood enhancement

Glutathione Patch Placement

  • Apply one to two patch to clean, dry skin in the morning / just before going to bed
  • Patches can be worn for up to 8-12 hours before discarding.

Ingredients:

1000mg Glutathione 

100mg Vitamin C

Grape Seed Extract

Grape seed extract plant extract bio-flavonoid that is widely considered the most powerful known to man with research showing it to be 20 times more potent than Vitamin C and 50 times more powerful than Vitamin E. Fights Green Vein, scars,heals and helps with other health problems including skin whitening

Skin Protection

Antioxidants protect cells from unstable molecules that can cause damage to healthy cells on the skin and in the body, according to the National Cancer Institute. Two of the most famous antioxidants are vitamins E and C. Grape seed extract contains several plant compounds, including oligomeric proanthocyanidins, or OPCs. OPCs are powerful antioxidants, and according to a report from the Food Research Center in Guelph, Canada, OPCs in grape seed extract contain 20 times the antioxidant power of vitamin E and 50 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C. The report, published in the Winter 2003 issue of “Journal of Medicinal Food,” states that grape seed extract can protect the body from sun damage. The sun can damage skin by causing wrinkles, pigment changes and skin cancer.

Improves Skin Appearance

Protecting the skin from sun damage will maintain, or improve, the overall appearance of the skin. Researchers in the “Journal of Medicinal Food” claim that grape seed extract benefits the skin’s appearance by bonding with collagen, which is the building block of healthy skin, to maintain skin cell health in addition to the skin’s elasticity. The antioxidant power of the OPCs in grape seed extract is credited for these benefits as well.

A paper from Vanderbilt University in Tennessee explains the process by which antioxidants, or OPCs, protect and improve skin appearance. Free radicals, which are molecules that damage healthy cells, have an unpaired electron. To make up for this empty slot, the free radical will try to steal an electron from healthy protein in the skin. When this happens it sets off a chain reaction because the healthy cell that was stolen from is now a damaged cell and looks to steal an electron from another cell. What this leaves behind is a chain of damaged molecules, and the skin’s cellular structure is now weakened. The antioxidant power of grape seed extract fights the free radicals and protects the skin from damage. Free radicals can develop as a result of sun damage, pollution, cigarette smoke and even stress.

Chloasma Treatment

Chloasma, also known as melasma, is a condition in which the pigmentation of the facial skin appears brown and blotchy. Chloasma can develop as a result of hormonal fluctuation, sun exposure, a toxic reaction to cosmetics or for no known reason at all, according to the New Zealand Dermatological Society. Regardless of the cause, chloasma can cause embarrassment if you are suffering from it. Medical treatment for chloasma can involve painful dermabrasions or costly and toxic medications. However, grape seed extract has also been found to treat chloasma, and it is a natural, safe alternative. A study published in the November 2004 issue of “Phytotherapy Research” showed that after six months of treatment with oral grape seed extract, chloasma significantly improved.

Precautions:

Food supplements and dietary aids are not intended to replace a well-balanced diet and exercise plan, and healthy living style. These supplements are intended as a dietary aid to help achieve goals that are supported by balanced living. It is recommended that women who are lactating, pregnant, or who intend to become pregnant avoid use of this product. For consumers who are taking other medications, be they supplements or prescription medication, you should speak with your General Practitioner before taking these supplements. In the event of an adverse reaction, discontinue use and speak with a doctor immediately. This supplement is only for persons over the age of 18 and should be kept out of reach of children. Always store in a dry cool place to ensure freshness.

Supplement Disclaimer

Our supplements are not for treatment, diagnoses or prevention of any disease or illness. If you feel that you require treatment, please consult a board certified doctor for assistance.

 

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Children Hair Care

Our Haircare Range is safe enough to use on children from 6month

Your daughter is NOT her hair. Start from within.

While I  disagree with putting relaxers, excessive heat or extensions in young girls hair, many mom’s opt for these measures because they simply want their babies to feel “pretty”. Long, straight hair should not be the standard at which your baby girl identifies her personal beauty, especially if her tresses  are naturally curly or kinky. If you’re substituting extensions in the place of short or slow growing hair for vanity purposes for your baby, you may be unknowingly subjecting your future Queen to relying on artificial means of achieving a standard of beauty that is not her own. This may sound so cliche, but beauty starts from within. When I was a kid, there were not many images of pretty black girls with natural hair. Presently, there are so many positive images of cute lil kinky haired kids! Show your daughter that there are other little girls who look just like her. Buy her dolls in her own image. Be the example for her! Encourage her and reassure her. Dealing with short, balding or slow growing hair may be the first great opportunity for you to teach your daughter about adversity, discomfort, patience and accepting her differences!

Infant Hair

Your Infant begins growing hair while she is still in the womb. Between birth and 6 months, she probably will lose most of the hair she was born with. Some of it may fall out in patches from rubbing because baby hair falls out more easily than adult hair. This hair loss is normal, and the hair will grow back over the next few weeks or months. Naturally, you may be worried and wonder if your child’s hair growth is normal. Some infants take longer then others to regrow their hair. To help control infant hair loss you need to start using healthy hair products on her. We have some natural hair products on our website that can help with infant hair problems.

Abnormal Hair Growth

If your child’s hair is bald in patches and the bald skin is scaly, she may have ringworm. Ringworm isn’t actually caused by a worm; it is caused by a fungal infection. Alternately, some children have rare genetic disorders that can cause abnormal hair growth. You or your partner may not suffer from the condition, but you may be carriers of the genes that cause abnormal hair growth. Your pediatrician can help determine if your child’s hair growth is abnormal.

Treatment

There is no over-the-counter treatment for slow hair growth in infants. Most pediatricians recommend that you allow nature to take its course and let the hair grow in at its own rate. However, if your baby has ringworm, your pediatrician may recommend an anti-fungal treatment and suggest ways to ensure that the ringworm doesn’t spread over other areas of her body or to other family members. A genetic disorder is more rare, and the treatment, if any exists, varies according to the condition that is causing it.

Quick Tips

Stimulate Growth by massaging your daughter’s scalp – Massage using the “checkmark” method. Spread your fingers, and then place your fingertips on the scalp. Avoid using fingernails to prevent breaking hair strands or damaging the scalp. Keeping finger tips on the scalp at all times, extend and contract the fingers two to three times; similar to the shape of a checkmark. Move fingers around the scalp, covering all areas. Do a standard massage method by spreading the fingers, and then placing the fingertips on the scalp. Use slow, gentle movements to move fingertips in a circular motion, alternating fingertips around different areas of the scalp.  Peppermint oil is also an worthy investment. It stimulates hair follicles and promotes hair growth!. We have some oil that are made of natural ingredient that can be used for this.

Our Haircare Range is safe enough to use on children from 6month

Evie Skincare Haircare Range

 

As with anything a little of these oils go a long way. Do this 3 times a week or every other day paying attention to where there patches.

Do not use heavy grease – Back in the day, my mom would grease my scalp. I remember my head cooking when I’d go outside to play in the Tennessee sun! Aside from the discomfort, “greasing the scalp” can be chalked up to Black tradition. [FUN FACT: Slaves used heavy grease to protect their hair from insects.] It may clog the pores and there are much healthier ways to keep the hair moisturized than schlepping a gob of Dax or Blue Magic on your daughter’s hair. For years I used products containing mineral oil to coat my strands. Many manufacturers use mineral oil in a majority of products that contain synthetic ingredients because of its behaviour as a preservative. Mineral oil is the result of the distillation of petroleum which acts as a saran wrap against your scalp, slowing down one of the skin’s main job which is to eliminate toxins. On the other hand natural oils are easily absorbed by the skin. Your hair may very well grow, but there are for more ideal options.

 MOISTURIZE! 

African American hair will chip, snap, pop and break off with ease. You can combat the natural tendency of the hair by keeping it moisturized. As a best practice, Vitamin E oil and Coconut Oil are the Holy Grails of moisturizers for Black hair of any maturity level. Feeding your daughter’s tresses with product that will keep it moisturized is key to keeping the hair healthy. Depending on your daughter’s hair type apply moisture 3-4 times weekly. I know some overachieving moms that moisturize daily though! If your daughter’s hair is 4 a/b/c kinky/coily, the you should definitely be one of those moms. We have great moisturizers on our website you can try i use these personally on my daughter and they work. Just check out our kids hair care section (https://www.evieskincareltd.com/haircare-18-c.asp) You can always contact us if you need help choosing a good product.

Don’t shampoo too often Given your daughter’s hair is healthy and she has no condition that calls for special shampoo, it is not necessary to frequently shampoo (i.e. Psoriasis, ringworm, excessive dandruff, eczema, alopecia). (https://www.evieskincareltd.com/haircare-18-c.asp 

Avoid perms and heat As a general rule, we have learned not to perm our daughter’s hair, not even with no-lye relaxers that claim to be especially formulated for her hair. There are no circumstances in which you should relax a toddler’s hair. Heat is also to be avoided. If conditions permit, allow the hair to air dry after it’s washed. If blowdrying is unavoidable, then do so infrequently and always use a Heat Protectant Spray. Why not use african threading as a way to stretch the hair. Here a little video on how it done.