Dr. Michael Tick, a biochemist and laboratory director for The Institute for Skin Sciences who founded Edimi, wants to put the pH balance into your 2014 skincare routine. “Our body and skin require a balance between alkaline and acidity for optimum health,” he says. “We have something called the acid mantle, which is our skin’s barrier that keeps moisture in while defending itself from germs and toxins.”
“When you have healthy skin, you know it. You can see it and feel it and your skincare products and makeup go on beautifully,” says Dr. Tick. “You know if your skin is off scale when your skin is too acidic or alkaline - it will feel dry, prone to breakouts, sensitive and inflamed. Skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea, psoriasis and such others are caused by an imbalance of pH in the body.”
Enter Edimi, a skincare collection credited with bringing advanced skincare and expertise to consumers through luxury spas and salons worldwide that has created a sensational selection of face and body products such as:
- The Cucumber Facial Mask ($58) that helps deep clean pores, improve complexion, relieve sunburn, tighten pores, reduce the appearance of age spots and freckles, leaving you with a fresh, revitalized, younger looking Skin.
- Recovery Serum ($86) that dr. Tick calls the "Non-Surgical Face Lift" system, altered it slightly for home use. The product promotes collagen and elastin production, and helps the Skin to repair itself.
- Deep Pore Cleanser ($55) that goes deep to get those bumps under the skin..
- Body Exfoliator ($56) that sloughs off dead skin and help revitalize cells.
- Anti-Stress Cream ($96) that you apply on the inner ankles, wrists, elbow creases and behind the ears and let it work its magic reducing stress.
- Body Cleanser ($46) a naturally-scented bath and sower gel for aging skin.
- Tightening Rejuvenator ($96) that’s particularly welcome after all the over-indulgences of the holiday season to tone and firm sagging skin, reduce wrinkles and put elasticity back.