Key Ingredients and How to Use
Cutis Vita contains a wide variety of natural ingredients that have been used over the centuries to heal, revitalize and maintain healthy skin.
We have combined these ingredients to provide one of the most effective skin care products available today. The results of our hard work are found in the rave successes sent in from our satisfied customers.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice
Comfrey Leaf Extract
Ginseng Root Extract
Fennel Fruit Extract
Green Tea Leaf Extract
Rose Hips Fruit Oil
Shea Butter Extract
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice - Aloe contains anti-inflammatory agents and reduces pain when used topically as a treatment for radiation injuries; including ulcers, burns, dermatitis, and other skin injuries and conditions. Aloe heals burns and skin injuries at least one-third faster than alternative treatments. Aloe has been shown to reduce healing time from 30-45 days to 15-16 days in 2nd and 3rd degree radiation and fire burns, frostbite, cuts, and blisters. Findings indicate that the use of Aloe greatly improves skin texture, eliminates dryness, itching, eczema, psoriasis, neuro-dermititis, and other skin diseases. Aloe ointment regenerated skin cells, it eliminated scarring and promotes regeneration of natural skin color. Aloe is a very powerful anti-inflammatory and it kills a broad spectrum of micro-organisms that cause infection. Aloe quickly relieves pain, eliminates soreness, irritation, and swelling. Experts have concluded that a concentration of 25 to 40% Aloe is necessary for a cosmetic product to have any benefits.
Yucca Extract - Yucca helps regenerate and soothe the skin. It Stimulates and refreshes the skin while respecting the natural pH and moisture level. Yucca is suitable for all skin types and is excellent for sensitive skin.
Comfrey Leaf Extract - Comfrey is a popular folk herb traditionally used topically to promote healing of wounds. Beneficial for many skin problems including rashes, eczema, cuts, external ulcers and dry skin. Comfrey is added to lotions and creams for its cell regenerating properties, an infusion of the leaves is used as a lotion for dry skin, the pulped leaves are used as a face pack.
Ginseng Root Extract - The scientific name for ginseng is Panax, which derives from the Latin word "panacea" meaning "cure all." Ginseng has been in continuous use in Asia for thousands of years. Ginseng works as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant complex for skin repair and neutralizes free radicals that damage skin from environmental pollutants. It also helps build new skin by providing a rich environment of nutrients that promote skin vitality.
Fennel Fruit Extract – Fennel helps with bruises, dull skin, oily mature complexions, wrinkles and dry skin.
Chamomile Extract – Chamomile contains a key skin-smoothing component that has a dramatic effect on the skin in terms of improving texture and reducing fine lines and wrinkles caused by pollution, stress and sun exposure.
Green Tea Leaf Extract – Green tea is protective against the inflammatory and carcinogenic effects of ultraviolet radiation by preventing the production of ultraviolet-induced chemicals, which can lead to immune suppression and the onset of skin cancer. Green tea applied topically has been used to soothe and soften the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin E - Topical application of Vitamin E prevents and diminishes the appearance of scars and stretch marks. It also helps skin heal quickly and retain moisture. Research indicates that this antioxidant vitamin may be able to neutralize the damage caused by sun exposure after the damage is done. If you have sensitive skin, vitamin E can help protect it from allergens that cause contact dermatitis. Recent studies found that air pollution can deplete the vitamin E in the top layer of skin.
Vitamin C - Vitamin C functions in the formation and maintenance of collagen, a protein that forms the basis for the body's connective tissue. Collagen acts as a cementing substance between cells and is found in bones, eyes, teeth, tendons and skin. vitamin C helps heal wounds, burns, and bruises. In this manner Vitamin C assists in healing and maintaining your skin.
Vitamin A - Vitamin A is necessary for development and maintenance of normal skin, as well as other tissues. Vitamin A is classified as a skin emollient to help combat dry skin and significantly increases the elasticity of the skin. Vitamin A is also helpful in treating skin disorders, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea. Research has shown that vitamin A is a vital for healthy skin.
Rose Hips Fruit Oil - This oil contains a high-level of essential fatty acids that are fundamental in the biochemical process related to tissue regeneration. Rose Hips oil is ideal for early aging skin as well as for reducing the appearance of scars and skin spots.
Shea Butter Extract - Shea Butter is important for improving a number of skins conditions, including blemishes wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Additionally, Shea Butter has properties to treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburns, frostbites, and a number of other conditions of the skin. The moisturizers in Shea Butter are the same moisturizers produced by the sebaceous glands in the skin. Many users of Shea Butter have reported that it promotes and accelerates wound healing.
Niacin - When used topically it improves circulation and frees toxins stored in the skin and fatty tissue helping with such conditions as arthritis and carpel tunnel syndrome.
Titanium Dioxide - Titanium dioxide scatters and repels the sun's harmful UVA/UVB and infrared rays to help prevent skin damage, freckling and uneven coloration. It Helps prevent heat buildup on the skin and provides up to 30 times your natural sun protection.
How to Use:
Simply apply to the skin with a small dose, let it soak in after rubbing in well. It can be used as a night cream on the face or as a base when applying make-up.