SKINCERITY - A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN THE SKINCARE INDUSTRY

Skincerity Nightly Breathable Masque without a doubt is the best skincare product for the most effective results in the skincare industry to date. It is great for treating acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, stretch marks, scars, and many more.

“IT IS THE ONLY PRODUCT I HAVE FOUND TO TREAT SO MANY SKIN CONCERNS AT ONCE.”

I recommend my clients to try it out skincerity before resorting to cosmetic procedures or any other form of invasive skin treatment to treat skin concerns. I always try to encourage natural alternatives that will care for your insides too and give visual results instead of harmful unnecessary substances. Skincerity night time mask works amazingly well without changing how you look , enhancing your own natural beauty whilst treating your main skin concerns.

With more and more people discovering Skincerity I have also noticed that most questions I get asked are about the ingredients in it and how it works. So what is in your Skincerity bottle?

Clinically tested and recommended by dermatologists, Skincerity’s key ingredients include:

Vitamin E,

Grape Seed Oil,

Natural Polymers

Natural Pharmaceutical Grade Acetone

Skincerity is safe to use on most skin tones and skin types. You can read about all the ingredients in my post here but today I want to explain a little bit more about Natural Pharmaceutical Grade Acetone - what it is and what benefits it has for your skin.

When mentioned, the first reaction I always get is a genuine shock and surprise - acetone is an interesting substance that evokes many different responses with most people relating to it as the smelly ingredient in nail polish removers.

Among those in the science world, acetone is well understood and appreciated for all of the contributions it makes to organic chemistry, both in the laboratory and in the human body.

“THIS NATURAL SUBSTANCE IS ONE YOU CONSTANTLY ENCOUNTER IN NATURE - IN THE AIR YOU BREATHE AND EVEN IN YOUR OWN BODIES.”

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT ABOUT ACETONE

Acetone is an indispensable compound that serves as a building block, whether in the body or in an organic chemistry lab.

In the human body, acetone is known as a ketone body. It is naturally produced through normal metabolism in the liver.

Our bodies use ketones, such as acetone, as an important source of energy. Ketones are especially useful during exercise and while on low-carbohydrate diets for weight loss or fasting. Even the brain uses ketones for energy if it has to, but it would rather use them for creating vital brain lipids.

Any ketones that are not needed by the body will end up in the urine as waste or exhaled out of the lungs in breath.

Acetone is widely used as an industrial solvent that dissolves things and keeps them in solution. At low levels, it does not cause adverse effects on health or the environment. It’s interesting that roughly 97% of the acetone released into our atmosphere comes from nature through decaying vegetation and natural forest fires.

Acetone is also an indirect additive often found in consumer products such as cosmetics and foods, and can be present in foods such as beverages, baked goods, preserves and desserts, and people consume it also from natural food sources such as human breast milk, grapes, tomatoes, beans, dairy, cauliflower and onions.

Although acetone is a common, daily-use cleanser used in medical practices, some consumers assume it is toxic.

“WE ENCOUNTER ACETONE THROUGH AIR, FOOD AND WATER — IT IS VIRTUALLY EVERYWHERE! ”

Acetone has been extensively studied and is recognized by regulatory agencies to have relatively low acute and chronic toxicity if ingested or inhaled. Based on studies, experts do not regard or classify acetone as a carcinogen, mutagen, neurotoxin or genotoxin, and an extensive review of the available toxicity data on acetone verified its low potential to toxicity in chronic studies.

ACETONE IN SKINCERITY

Acetone keeps the polymer ‘film’ masque in a liquid form while it is in the bottle. It is the activating agent that within 2-4 seconds turns the liquid into a film when the liquid touches the skin, and then the acetone evaporates away. The acetone in Skincerity evaporates too quickly to be absorbed through the skin. The thin ‘film’ is engineered to contain microscopic holes or pores.

In Skincerity, the acetone serves four purposes:

Prepares and cleans the skin

Keeps the masque in liquid form so it can easily be rolled on

Keeps bacteria from growing in the bottle

Is a catalyst that creates micro-porous holes that allow oxygen to reach the skin, which is vital for healthy skin. The acetone evaporates so fast (it is on the skin for only 2–4 seconds) that it creates tiny holes in the film.

Acetone as a component of Skincerity is not toxic, as shown in an FDA-approved protocol clinical study funded by the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Aging (SBIR No. 2R44AG12881-0).

Multiple other researches over period of 10 years have proven that the acetone and the Skincerity formula are non-toxic, and that acetone alone or present in a mixture of acetone/polymer coating is non-toxic and nonirritating to skin. The acetone in Skincerity evaporates quickly and its vapors are at established non-toxic levels.

Skincerity was born as a medical innovation. While there are medical research studies of the product, Skincerity was commercialized as a cosmetic and is marketed as a cosmetic, not a pharmaceutical.

I hope this has helped you to understand what Natural Pharmaceutical Grade Acetone is and how it works through Skincerity formula on your skin but if you have any concerns, questions or you would like more information about it all, please contact me for more details.

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