Skin Care Regimen
A Good Skin Care Regimen is One that can be Easily Implemented
DR. STONE'S NOTES
Your skin is actually an organ, the largest one of all. It is made up of many layers, each containing various glands, nerves, and or blood vessels. Sebaceous (oil) glands produce the fatty acids that help to lubricate our skin and form part of the water barrier of the skin. The sweat glands, along with the skin blood circulation help to regulate body temperature. These functions are all important to overall health, but are impacted on a continuous basis by some combination of activity, sun exposure, trauma, aging, illness, improper diet, smoking, excessive alcohol, depending on the person and their environment.
Doctors are careful to try to avoid poly-pharmacy when RX’ing for their patients because of the risk of bad reactions among the drugs. However in some instances there is synergy between substances that permits the use of fewer and smaller numbers and amounts of each compound. This has been our successful approach to skin care.
Some producers of products occasionally use borderline science, and in some cases, scare tactics in an attempt to sell their products. We make no claims that you can’t prove yourself by trying our skin care products. In fact, it is likely that our products can be used along with your previous ones, reserving ours for simple daily cleansing and for after exercise to enhance your skin’s recovery and calmness. They are great daily use products.