Phyt's Cream S30

July 20th, 2010

This nourishing night cream works while you sleep to keep the skin elastic. It can easily be used for your skin care routines in between facials or skin care treatments.

Patchouli provides softness and nourishment to your skin to prevent ageing and leave it supple and smooth.

Please call Joanna Vargas Salon, Skin Care Sanctuary in New York City and get a free consultation when you come in.
Our number is 212/949.2350

Our Price: $81.66
S & H: $10.70

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  • I learned the hard way that the ingredients in a product can help or hurt my skin and rosacea. One “high-end” eye cream caused my skin to become flaming red and my eyes to swell shut!

    When I had a major breakout/skin reaction, a dermatologist told me to use the cleanest (most chemical-free) products I could find to help my skin.

    I started with organic olive oil as a cleanser (massage it into skin to remove oil and dirt!), then rinsed with warm water and put on a thin layer of organic honey.

    The honey kills all kinds of germs and bacteria AND moisturizes, plus it leaves the skin feeling very soft. After rinsing the honey off, I put on a thin layer of olive oil to protect my skin.

    This did wonders very quickly. As soon as my skin was back to “normal” I looked for products I could buy that were chemical free. That took reading labels and learning about what’s in products.

    It seems manufacturers of skincare products can make any claims and use any ingredients because they’re not monitored by the USDA or the FDA. Not good.

    So, certified organic products are the way to go for me. Using them (plus organic honey as a treat for my face), has left my skin in beautiful condition and the rosacea is no longer a problem.

    With so many manufacturers using chemicals in their products, almost any product – cleansers, moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, hair gels and sunscreens – can be causing breakouts on your face and body.

    Here’s a page that shows what to look for in organic products as well as ingredients to avoid in skin and hair care products.

    To find chemical-free products, read labels and research ingredients – or start with certified organic ingredients which don’t contain harmful chemicals.


    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts… Joanna