Double Helix Water Face & Eye Cream
By far the most important ingredient in Double Helix Water® Face & Eye Cream is the Double Helix Water !

In addition, the cream itself is of a consistency and quality specially formulated for the skin on the eyes and face. It may also be used as a body cream, and for normal, dry, combination, or mature skin. It is ideal for softening skin and wrinkles, moisturizing, stimulating collagen production, soothing damage, and protecting the skin from the sun. This means you may find yourself satisfied with one product for many uses and not end up with a dozen different jars on your counter. Neat, clean, and simple!

Scientific Testing of Double Helix Water®

Results from using either cream or pure water with Double Helix Water® added have been recorded by thermal imaging instruments as well as studies on autism and other health problems. To find out more on this remarkable water, read the book by David L. Gann.

Skin-Friendly Ingredients in Double Helix Water® Face & Eye Cream

  • Aloe Leaf: The juice from this succulent plant penetrates through three layers of skin. Aloe gel is well known for its ability to quickly take water and nutrients down with it, to feed tissues beneath the outer skin.  Aloe’s main components, in addition to water, are various polysaccharides, which are naturally occurring carbohydrates thought to help with inflammation and contribute to the building of collagen by skin cells. Some have theorized that aloe reduces sagging in the structure of the skin, which may give delicate skin a tighter, more youthful appearance.
  • Shea Butter: From the nut of the Karite tree in Africa, non-greasy shea butter contains high levels of vitamins and fatty acids and provides natural protection from the UV rays of the sun. Shea butter also has the ability to penetrate to the deeper layers of the skin and then stimulate collagen production and help the skin with its natural renewal processes. In many cases, it has been found to restore elasticity and to soften and moisturize dry, chapped, cracked, or damaged skin.
  • Jojoba Oil: What is fascinating about this oil (actually a liquid plant wax from the desert) is that it has a similar makeup to sebum, produced by sebaceous oil glands for waterproofing and lubrication of human skin. Jojoba oil improves moisture and elasticity of skin by helping it to retain its water content. This is especially helpful around the eyes and mouth, areas that don’t produce natural skin oils and is the reason jojoba is famous for softening wrinkles. Like shea butter, jojoba can penetrate down to deeper layers of skin to correct skin structure and even help reduce scarring. People who produce too much sebum and therefore have “oily skin” also benefit from jojoba oil when it mixes with their natural sebum and reduces their skin’s production of oil.
  • Evening Primrose Oil: The mature seed of this delicate flower contains Vitamin E, as well as approximately 7-10% gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and 70% linoleic acid, both considered essential fatty acids. These nutrients, along with the oil, may lessen discolorations, lines and wrinkles, and dark circles under the eyes.
  • Rooibos Tea:  You may have heard of an enzyme popularly called S.O.D, which is an acronym for Super Oxide Dismutase. As an antioxidant, this enzyme works to reduce the number of free radicals, which can damage skin and other body structures. Recently, some Japanese scientists observed that rooibos tea contains a counterpart  to S.O.D. and may have the same beneficial effects.

You can find Double Helix Water Face & Eye Cream in the Living Clean Store.


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