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Inflammation

Inflammatory skin diseases are the most common problem in dermatology. They come in many forms, from occasional rashes accompanied by skin itching and redness, to chronic conditions such as dermatitis (eczema), rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, and psoriasis. Skin inflammation can be characterized as acute or chronic.

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Oxyvital Inflammation Hydrosol Serum 2oz

Inflammation Hydrosol Serum This formulation is specifically designed to inhibit skin inflammation and tone blood vessels. The plants Barberry and Oregon Grape are known for there root, which contains natural anti-inflammatory molecules. Anti-inflammatory properties are enhanced by hydrosol which tones blood vessels.

$64.95

Oxyvital Hydrosol Package

TRANSFORM YOUR APPEARANCE Hydrosol means water solution. Plant hydrosol's are the liquid constituents of the plant released during steam distillation. Water based hydrosol contains all the natural molecules of the plant. Plant phytochemicals contained within the hydrosol, have therapeutic properties. Hydrosol formulations are mixed for the synergistic properties of the plant. The combined effects of natural oxygen and plant hydrosol, provide a balanced natural approach to skin care. Peptides are new to the science of skin care. Peptides have been shown to be effective in reducing fine lines and wrinkles while relaxing facial muscles. Peptides have shown benefit in reducing the signs of aging. Skin cells are surrounded by a matrix designed to provide support and hold moisture. This matrix is predominately made up of hyaluronic acid. Low molecular weight hyaluronic acid is used in skin care as a moisture molecule. Hydrosol serums are a combination of plant hydrosol, peptides

$299.00

OFI Oxygen

Designed specifically for Oxygen Facials. The P6000 is operator friendly and easy to use: There is an on/off switch and volume control located on the front of the unit and LED light meter reveals flow output in liters per minute. There is an easily accessible diagnosis mode switch located on the underside of the front panel.