Treat Hormonal Breakouts with Eminence’s Eight Greens Line
The Fall season slows our bodily systems as a means to store energy for the winter. This means a sluggish liver which often brings hormonal cystic acne, especially in the chin area.
The Eight Greens line is here to help! This is a phytoestrogen-based line that is specifically used to treat hormonal imbalances in the skin. These hormonal imbalance result in an increase in oil gland production in the skin which can clog pores and cause breakouts.
The Eight Greens serum, the Eight Greens Whip moisturizer, and the Eight Greens masks have added paprika to stimulate and detoxify. They also help clear up existing cystic breakouts and prevent any more from appearing.
Eight Greens Collection
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Treat your skin to the antioxidant goodness of Eminence Organic’s Eight Greens products. The super-charged greens in this collection are formulated with plant hormones (phytoestrogens) to target problem skin and also treat visible signs of aging. Phytoestrogens are extremely effective in bringing balance back to the skin, regulating oil production and eliminating bacteria.
What Do Eight Greens Ingredients Do To My Skin?
For a closer look at the ingredients that make up the Eight Greens Collection - here’s a highlight of the key ingredients and what they can do for your skin:
What does it do? Antioxidant-rich yucca supplies phytoestrogens to balance sebum production in the skin and promotes regeneration of the skin.
What does it do? Not only does this magical green plant help reduce the look of inflammation, but it also assists in forming collagen as well as repairing and restructuring soft tissue.
What does it do? This ingredient doesn’t just make a tasty brew. Hop plants in our Eight Greens products are responsible for helping to promote estrogen production, fight free-radical damage and soften the look of skin.
What does it do? This pretty little flower boasts huge healing powers. Red clover helps reduce the look of inflammation and blemishes, and is often used to treat other chronic skin diseases.
What does it do? This spicy (and vitamin-rich) ingredient is what gives heat to our Eight Greens Masque (hot)! Paprika helps the stimulation and oxygenation of skin while its antibacterial properties are effective in treating skin problems caused by bacteria.
What does it do? Not only does lavender give our Eight Greens products a pleasant aroma, but this floral plant also holds antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties that help calm the look of breakouts as well as repair and rejuvenate the appearance of skin.
What does it do? As a source of omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseed maintains the skin’s moisture level and has anti-inflammatory properties to help restore the look of your complexion's overall health.
What does it do? This powerful succulent helps lighten, moisturize and repair the look of skin, especially in areas that have been subject to scarring caused by breakouts.
What does it do? In addition to its anti-inflammatory and healing properties, antioxidant-rich chasteberry helps hormonally balance the skin and leave it with a clear, calm and blemish-free appearance.
Treat hormonal breakouts by maintaining a proper hygienic skincare routine and trying to avoid unnecessary stress. What’s more, it is highly recommended that you limit foods that increase inflammation, for example, sugar, dairy and refined carbohydrates, while at the same time you should add foods to your diet that promote hormonal health such as healthy fats, leafy greens and foods high in zinc and omega-3 fatty acids.
You can also tackle hormonal breakouts with your skincare routine. Eminence Organic’s Eight Greens products are ideal for breakouts because they contain plant-based estrogens that are formulated to target problem skin. The Eight Greens Collection leaves your skin looking radiant and feeling fresh. Winning multiple awards over the years, this collection is a longtime favorite of professionals and consumers alike.
We’d love to hear how you keep your skin healthy during the fall months and how you deal with hormonal breakouts. Share your comments with us below and join the conversations on social media.