NCN Skincare Blog | Best Anti Aging Skin Care

Fall is the perfect time to treat yourself to the 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel! A pumpkin enzyme peel is so much better for your skin than stand-alone acids due to the nutrients pumpkin contains.  Our 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel is made of pure, organic pumpkin puree. But it’s not all pumpkin here! Our formulation combines the benefits of pumpkin with glycolic, lactic, salicylic & fruit acids for a safe yet highly effective anti-aging peel! Exfoliate your skin and feed it at the same time with the following vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

We all just love the sun and know how important it is to get our Vitamin D.  But that doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice our skin to get our daily dose of it. What else can we do besides wear an SPF to protect ourselves from the ravages of sun damage..... We can use Vitamin C+ Serum with Ferulic Acid, Vitamin E, & Glutathione, which is not only a “spot” fader, it’s an anti-aging formula that evens skin tone, brightens skins, it also inhibits UV damage and works in conjunction with I'm Covered Physical Sunscreen SPF40!

A little something to enjoy during your 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel treatment Yes, why not enjoy a pumpkin martini while your 30% Pro Pumpkin Peel treatment is working. Nourish your skin and your body with this wonderful duo. Hey, there IS pumpkin in the martini, so it's good for...

Milia (Milium) - pimples around eye on skin. Step by step instructions for removing milia by yourself at home: Milia are stubborn hard little "pimples" that normally pop up between your upper cheek and lower eye area. I'm going to give you step by step instructions on how to remove them...

Ceramides benefits in skin care products

[caption id="attachment_4423" align="alignright" width="100"]Image of Volu-Lift Ceramides Benefits in Skin Care Products Volu-Lift has a plethora of Ceramides in it![/caption] Ceramides benefits in skin care products is nothing short of impressive. In an effort to understand ceramides benefits in skin care products, let’s take a look at what they are: From Wikipedia: “Ceramides are a family of waxy lipid molecules. A ceramide is composed of sphingosine and a fatty acid. Ceramides are found in high concentrations within the cell membrane of cells. They are one of the component lipids that make up sphingomyelin, one of the major lipids in the lipid bilayer. Contrary to previous assumptions that ceramides and other sphingolipids found in cell membrane were purely supporting structural elements, ceramide can participate in a variety of cellular signaling: examples include regulating differentiation, proliferation, and programmed cell death (PCD) of cells. The word ceramide comes from the Latin (wax) and amide. Ceramide is a component of vernix caseosa, the waxy or cheese-like white substance found coating the skin of newborn human infants.”  Note from Nanci - doesn't sound so great, but it is!