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Protecting the Skin's Powerhouse

Contact Author Shannon Esau, Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals
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Everyone wants youthful skin and is searching for the perfect products and tips on up-and-coming trends, how to get rid of unwanted pigmentation or acne issues, how to care for skin during a particular life stage, and the list goes on. As skin care professionals, we know the fountain of youth doesn’t exist and there isn’t one miraculous, cure all treatment available.

However, having healthy, happy skin is achievable for everyone, no matter the skin condition or age. Pro youth is our target for this conversation and what it comes down to is slowing down and reversing signs of aging by prioritizing and protecting the health of our skin cells.

Cell Function and Aging

The skin is our largest organ and is affected by a wide range of internal and external factors. How well the skin fares against these triggers depends on the health of the cells and more specifically, the mitochondria.

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Shannon Esau is the CEO and national educator at Rhonda Allison Cosmeceuticals. She brings more than 20 years experience in the esthetic industry. Esau owned skin care salons in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, has studied chemistry in skin care formulations and has been mentored by Rhonda Allison for decades.  www.RhondaAllison.com and www.REDmethod.com

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