Eminence’s Eight Greens line is super-charged with phyto-estrogenic compounds and skin supportive plants that decrease inflammation, regulate hydration, minimize breakouts, and improve elasticity.
As we age, our estrogen levels drop and testosterone levels begin to rise. This hormonal imbalance results in an increase in oil glad production in the skin, which can clog pores and cause acne. At the same time we have a decrease in collagen and elastin formation, a decrease in epidermal and dermal hydration and several intrinsic and extrinsic factors contributing to worn out skin.
The Eight Greens products have been specially formulated with plant hormones to target hormonal aging skin. The line also restores the radiance and tone for healthy, glowing skin! The Main ingredients in this line consist of:
flaxseed (a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids) helps restore skin health
yucca supplies phytoestrogens to balance sebum production in the skin horsetail helps collagen formation, hops is a great antioxidant which counteracts free radical damage, red clover reduces inflammation, stone crop lightens and repairs scars, lavender is antiseptic and promotes restoration, and paprika increases oxygenation of the skin.
Root’s Esthetician Natalie show has a personal favorite: the Eight Greens Youth Serum. Along with all the ingredients listed above this highly concentrated serum has an ingredient called VItex Agnus Castus also known as chasteberry. Chasteberry has been researched and shown to help regulate PMS symptoms by regulating the hormone fluctuations experienced during a monthly cycle. It is also a great antioxidant & anti inflammatory that supports tissue regeneration. This is a fantastic addition to any regimen and is greatly enhanced when used in addition with Citrus & Kale C+E serum which directly targets the promotion of collagen in the skin.
We are always told to eat our greens! With the Eight Greens Collection you can give our skin the nutrition it craves so you can have a more youthful complexion everyday of the year!