DNA Health Institute Phyto Collagen Moisturizer: Product Spotlight

DNA Phyto collagen moisturizerDNA Health Institute, the company we love to use at bien-etre skincare studio for our stem cell therapy facials, has created quite an amazing moisturizer. The DNA health Institute Phyto Collagen Moisturizer is clean, gentle, leaves skin feeling amazingly soft and hydrated.

An organic blend or herbs, including green tea, echinacea, horsetail, licorice and dandelion root help to strengthen, protect, calm, and clear the skin and increase healthy circulation. Grapeseed and sunflower oils hydrate without feeling heavy on the skin. Medical grade progesterone, from wild yam, is a phyto (plant-based) collagen booster used to plump skin and create a more youthful appearance.

And get this – the high quality organic and wild crafted essential oils (rose and jasmine) in this moisturizer were specifically chosen to influence feelings of self-confidence and reduce anxiety! So cool.

However, it’s the way the organic ingredients are combined that is truly unique to this company!

DNA Health Institute takes an extra step to ensure your skin has the very best care. That extra special step is called the Marriage Blending Process. Marrying the individual organic ingredients basically means that each ingredient is measured for ionic compatibility. The ingredients should not only individually benefit your skin, but they should work well together. For lack of a better term, they need to “like” each other and not fight each other. This makes the entire product more effective, greater than its individual parts. A good comparison would be magnets either attracting one another or repelling. If two skin care products repel each other, they wont truly benefit your skin. In fact, they may even cause a bit of irritation.

We love it and think you will too!

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