More Than Moisture

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More Than Moisture

More than moisture

More than moisture

More Than Moisture

The skin naturally produces its own moisturiser in the form of sebum which comes from tiny sebaceous glands that are located inside each hair follicle. Sebum works its way up and out of the follicle, collecting dead skin cells and dirt along the way. Once it reaches the surface, it forms a sort of protective barrier that guards us against viruses and bacteria.

So, if your skin produces its own oil, why do we need to add more?

Just as there are different types of moisturiser, so too are there types of skin. Some people have naturally dry skin, while others have excessively oily skin. Still, others have skin that is overly sensitive to allergens and climate, and others have some combination of these different types.
Dry skin symptoms:

  • A feeling of skin tightness
  • Rough skin
  • Itching
  • Flaking, scaling or peeling
  • Fine lines or cracks
  • Redness and sensitivity

Oily skin symptoms:

  • Large pores
  • Excessive oil and shine
  • Thick skin
  • Multiple blackheads and pimples
If the skin on your face is too dry, without the assistance of an additional moisturising agent, your skin would start cracking, itching and flaking and become tight and red. Your face would also age before its time, growing coarser.

Those with oily skin have the opposite problem — their skin produces too much oil. The excess oil leads to acne and a greasy appearance, requiring stronger soaps that then strip the oil off your face. Due to this constant stripping of oil, the face cycles through periods of extreme dryness in which it is left unprotected to the elements. The complete absence of moisturiser use wouldn’t diminish acne, and it would lead to premature ageing and irritation.

Sensitive skin easily becomes irritated and red. Dryness can prompt a negative skin reaction, but so can the wrong moisturizer (especially if it contains perfumes). Unchecked dryness would exacerbate problems with sensitive skin, making it harder to maintain a healthy and attractive appearance in addition to causing severe discomfort.

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Looking for a little moisture boost? Celltone’s Skin Care Range is a fab fit for every skin tone, type and texture!
About Celltone
Celltone Skin Care was launched more than 6 years ago and is a unique skin care range with products that address various skin care concerns including dark marks, wrinkles, spots and break outs and dehydrated skin.  It also has a range of quality sun screens.
The range’s hero product, the legendary Celltone Gel contains snail gel extract – which became a global skincare phenomenon after workers harvesting snails discovered their hands became softer, smoother and younger looking. Snail gel extract is used in many of the range’s products including its premium Tissue Oil and luxury face care range.

Celltone is a proudly home grown brand that looks to provide solutions to problems that are unique to the South African and African market but which are not effectively addressed by international brands.

Celltone Skin Care is the proud skin care and sun screen provider to the Proteas Cricket Team. Celltone also supports Gift of the Givers through its Celebrate and Donate takes part in the Care for the Caregiver programme. #begoodtoyourskin

Availability
Celltone is also available from Dischem, Clicks, Pick ‘n Pay, Game, RED Square, Edgars and Independent Pharmacies.

For more information, please contact: info@redmarketing.co.za

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