Fall Trends: Opportunity or Crisis

As the leaves begin to turn colors and fall from the trees, and as some mornings now arrive with a definite chill, many of us start to think about changing our clothing closets and altering our make-up colors for the coming fall/winter season. And, if you’re like me, you might be wondering what trends will […]

W BY WORTH

Hello there! Sending you a special note outside of our regular monthly newsletters to invite you to an exciting and worthy event. I am on the fundraiser planning committee for a charity organization called Every Child Succeeds program. ECS provides an optimal start for children by promoting positive parenting and healthy child development during the […]

Our Commitment To You, Our Clients!

Throughout our 27-year history, the overriding vision has always been to create healthy, vibrant skin, one client at a time. Our years of experience have shown us the important role that healthy nutrition plays in achieving this goal. But it was clear we needed to find treatment products and protocols that could deliver topically amazing nutrition deeply and directly into the skin.
That is why we are so excited to bring to you EMINENCE!

The Benefits of Vitamin A

Ask any professional in the industry and they will tell you vitamin A is an essential part of a skincare protocol. According to Dr. Ben Johnson, a giant in the skincare industry, this is true, but only for 1 type of vitamin A; stabilized retinaldehyde.

According to Dr. Johnson, there is no proven research that shows that retinol (trans or cis), retinyl palmitate, retinyl acetate or any other form actually stimulates collagen. Even retinoic acid (Retin A), which stimulates collagen can be difficult on the skin. Retinoic acid has been shown to thin the dermis by 18% after one year of use.

Keep your skin healthy with these diet and lifestyle tips!

TIP 1: The trend of fat-free diets can deprive our bodies of skin-friendly Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). This deficiency can result in chronic itching, dryness, scaling, thinning and can lead to an imbalance.

TIP 2: Excess intake of alcoholic beverages and certain medications (such as nasal decongestants) can also contribute to dry and dehydrated skin.

TIP 3: Make sure to stay hydrated and incorporate healthy fatty acids into your diet as we trend from winter to spring!