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3 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nutricentials ™ Cleanse Tone Nourish Hydrate Protect

4 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Did You Know? The average person will cleanse his face 728 times this year, and potentially 62,000 times throughout his life. Are you properly caring for the health of your skin during the cleansing process? Find out how you can in this course.

5 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Objectives After viewing this training course, you should have an understanding of the following:  Why the cleanse step is a basic need of the skin.  Cleansing requirements for different skin types.  Benefits and key ingredients of Nutricentials ™ cleansers.  Usage and regimen recommendations.

6 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Previous Curriculum Review

7 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Curriculum Review: Skin Physiology Moisture Barrier: In between the keratinocytes (skin cells) in the stratum corneum (outer layer of the epidermis) are epidermal lipids (ceramides, fatty acids, and lipids) that form a waterproof moisture barrier. This barrier minimizes transepidermal water loss and hinders the invasion of microorganisms, chemical irritants, and allergens. Stratum Corneum

8 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Curriculum Review: Skin Physiology Acid Mantle: The very outer layers of the stratum corneum have a slightly acidic pH. These layers are called the acid mantle and function to further inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi and maintain the hardness of keratin proteins. Acid Mantle Stratum Corneum

9 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Curriculum Review: Skin Physiology If the moisture barrier and acid mantle are disrupted —a side effect of traditional alkaline soaps—the skin becomes prone to dryness, itching, redness, stinging, roughness, invasion of foreign particles, and many other skin care concerns. Stratum Corneum can be referred to as the Moisture Barrier

10 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nutricentials ™ Nutricentials ™ is a core daily skin care system designed to promote basic skin health and maintain a beautiful more youthful appearance. Each product within the system is formulated with a key Nutricentials ™ ingredient. These key ingredients are topically applied nutrient building blocks proven by research to naturally enhance the healthy appearance of skin.

11 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Introduction

12 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Cleanse—a basic need for healthy skin Proper cleansing is a basic need for soft, supple skin and is absolutely necessary to maintain a healthy, youthful appearance.

13 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Cleanse—a basic need for healthy skin  Dull or oily appearance to the skin  Clogged, inflamed pores that may lead to the development of pimples If excess oil, dirt, pollutants, and impurities are not removed from the skin, they can have the following negative effects :

14 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Common Soaps Traditional soaps are formulated by mixing an oil or fat with an alkaline substance, such as lye. Although they are effective at removing oils and impurities from the skin, traditional soaps have a very high (alkaline) pH, sometimes as high as 9 or 10.

15 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Common Soaps Alkaline soaps compromise the skin’s integrity. The alkaline pH breaks apart epidermal lipids in the moisture barrier and damages the acid mantle. Today, many soaps on the market have an alkaline pH and can damage the skin.

16 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nu Skin ® Cleansers All Nu Skin ® cleansers are formulated with surfactants (surface cleansing agents) that allow scientists to formulate the cleansers with a pH closer to that of the skin’s (4.5–6.5). Nu Skin ® cleansers help maintain basic skin health by protecting the pH of the acid mantle and components within the moisture barrier.

17 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nutricentials ™ Cleansers Nutricentials ™ cleansers contain nutrient building blocks that function to meet the basic daily needs of each skin type, ensuring the healthy appearance of the skin.

18 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Creamy Cleansing Lotion (Normal to Dry Skin)

19 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Cleansing Needs of Normal to Dry Skin Cleansing properly with a mild, gentle cleanser is essential for normal to dry skin to avoid flaking, dry lines and wrinkles, redness, and itching. Cleansers must have an abundance of moisturizing emollients to protect the moisture barrier during the cleansing process.

20 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Creamy Cleansing Lotion Creamy Cleansing Lotion effectively removes dirt, oil, and impurities while protecting the skin’s vital moisture barrier each time you cleanse.

21 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits—Creamy Cleansing Lotion a) Protects and replenishes the skin’s delicate moisture barrier during the cleansing process. b) Thoroughly removes skin impurities and debris without stripping critical skin lipids. c) Leaves normal, dry, and sensitive skin feeling soft, smooth, and balanced.

22 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nutricentials ™ Ingredient—Creamy Cleansing Lotion Soy lipids Lipids from soy are a rich source of natural vitamin E, essential fatty acids, and lecithin.

23 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Additional Ingredients—Creamy Cleansing Lotion Meadowfoam seed oil is a rich emollient that adds moisture and softness. Mugwort, licorice, and algae extracts soothe and calm delicate skin.

24 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported

25 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported a) Protects and replenishes the skin’s delicate moisture barrier during the cleansing process. Soy lipids, in Creamy Cleansing Lotion, contain the key components lecithin and fatty acids that are compatible with the lipids and fatty acids within the moisture barrier. These components are able to keep even the driest, most sensitive skin soft and hydrated during the cleansing process.

26 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported b) Thoroughly removes skin impurities and debris without stripping critical skin lipids. Creamy Cleansing Lotion is formulated with gentle surfactants that do not pull out necessary lipids from the moisture barrier as many alkaline soaps can.

27 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported c) Leaves normal, dry, and sensitive skin feeling soft, smooth, and balanced. Creamy Cleansing Lotion contains a combination of nurturing soy lipids and soothing, calming ingredients such as mugwort, licorice, and algae extracts that keep the moisture barrier balanced while preventing irritation.

28 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Usage and Regimen Recommendations

29 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Usage—Creamy Cleansing Lotion Day Regimen (Normal to Dry Skin)  Cleanse—Creamy Cleansing Lotion  Tone—pH Balance Toner  Nourish—Celltrex ® Ultra Recovery Fluid  Hydrate Eyes—Intensive Eye Complex  Protect Day—Moisture Restore ™ Day Protective Lotion SPF 15 Normal to Dry Skin Night Regimen (Normal to Dry Skin)  Cleanse—Creamy Cleansing Lotion  Tone—pH Balance Toner  Nourish—Celltrex ® Ultra Recovery Fluid  Hydrate Eyes—Intensive Eye Complex  Protect Night—Night Supply ™ Nourishing Cream

30 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Companion Products—Creamy Cleansing Lotion MASK (moisturizing): Creamy Hydrating Masque ™ utilizes the moisture-retaining ability of cactus extract and saccharide isomarate to provide intense hydration to dry and sensitive skin. MASK (purifying): Clay Pack with natural kaolin clay draws out excess oil and pore clogging impurities, leaving skin smooth and soft.

31 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Pure Cleansing Gel (Combination to Oily Skin)

32 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Cleansing Needs of Combination to Oily Skin People with combination to oily skin need a powerful cleanser that not only breaks apart dead cell buildup and keeps pores clear, but also controls oil production and prevents acne that can lead to hyper- pigmentation and scarring. Caution : An overly aggressive cleanser can strip too many oils from the skin, triggering an over-production of oil.

33 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Pure Cleansing Gel Pure Cleansing Gel cleans and clarifies pores while controlling oil production, and without overdrying. Pure Cleansing Gel leaves skin feeling fresh, clean, and energized.

34 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits—Pure Cleansing Gel a) Loosens oil and dead skin cell buildup to effectively clear pores and energize the skin. b) Thoroughly removes dirt, oil, and makeup without stripping the skin’s essential moisture. c) Helps balance sebum levels to minimize shine throughout the day.

35 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Nutricentials ™ Ingredient—Pure Cleansing Gel Papain A proteolytic enzyme derived from papaya that breaks down proteins and cellular debris.

36 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Additional Ingredients—Pure Cleansing Gel Lemon, geranium, and fennel extracts help clarify skin and balance oil.

37 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported

38 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported a) Loosens oil and dead skin cell buildup to effectively clear pores and energize the skin. The enzymatic properties of papain in Pure Cleansing Gel help to break apart the components that hold dead cell buildup together. This helps to keep pores clear and maintain healthy cell renewal and sloughing for energized, vibrant skin.

39 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported b) Thoroughly removes dirt, oil, and makeup without stripping the skin’s essential moisture. Foaming cleansers in Pure Cleansing Gel work to remove excess oils that can clog the pores. They do not strip away essential lipids within the moisture barrier because of the cleanser’s gentle pH.

40 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Key Benefits and Ingredients Supported c) Helps balance sebum levels to minimize shine throughout the day. Pure Cleansing Gel is formulated with lemon, geranium, and fennel extracts to help clarify the skin and balance oil levels.

41 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Usage and Regimen Recommendations

42 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Usage—Pure Cleansing Gel Day Regimen (Combination to Oily Skin)  Cleanse—Pure Cleansing Gel  Tone—pH Balance Mattefying Toner  Nourish—Celltrex ® Ultra Recovery Fluid  Hydrate Eyes—Intensive Eye Complex  Protect Day—Moisture Restore ™ Day Protective Lotion SPF 15 Combination to Oily Skin Night Regimen (Combination to Oily Skin)  Cleanse—Pure Cleansing Gel  Tone—pH Balance Mattefying Toner  Nourish—Celltrex ® Ultra Recovery Fluid  Hydrate Eyes—Intensive Eye Complex  Protect Night—Night Supply ™ Nourishing Lotion

43 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Companion Products—Pure Cleansing Gel REFINISH: Polishing Peel ™ offers skin smoothing results equivalent to a professional microdermabrasion. MASK: Glacial Marine Mud ™ provides a powerful, deep cleaning effect, drawing excess oils from pores while sea botanicals remineralize and condition the skin.

44 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Demonstration: Educate  To demonstrate the healthy pH range of Nu Skin ® c leansers, simply dip a piece of litmus paper, which turns various colors in the presence of different pHs, into the cleanser and check the reading against the color code on the litmus scale. The ideal pH for cleansers is between 5.0–7.5.  After using Nutricentials ™ cleansers, the skin will feel clean, soft, and comfortable because Nu Skin ® cleansers do not strip the skin’s protective moisture barrier.

45 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Review Nutricentials ™ CleanserNutricentials ™ IngredientSkin Type Creamy Cleansing Lotion Soy LipidsNormal to Dry Pure Cleansing Gel PapainCombo to Oily

46 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Test Your Knowledge

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48 Nutrition from the Outside In Cleanse Congratulations You have finished the Nutricentials ™ Cleanse training course.


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