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Get ready to hydrate your skin with the Quench skin personality protocol

Wave goodbye to dry, patchy, flaky, cracked, uncomfortable and dehydrated skin with a naturally hydrating nutrition skin protocol. Start to plump up your skin cells by supporting your Quench skin personality with the two liposomal nutrients your skin actually needs – vitamin C and magnesium.

Morning

Quench Morning:Liposomal Vitamin C

1 sachet of Altrient C

1000mg of highly absorbable liposomal vitamin C, clinical tested to deliver stunning results.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C supports many aspects of skin cell function and activity. Firm, plump skin is underpinned by a strong collagen network and liposomal vitamin C is renowned for collagen production and renewal.

Evening

Quench Evening:Liposomal Magnesium

1 sachet of Altrient Magnesium

154mg magnesium as Magtein, a patented, highly absorbable form of magnesium L‑threonate.

Magnesium

Magnesium relaxes the mind and muscles, soothing away any worries of the day, helping you prepare for a night with plenty of beauty sleep. This restorative mineral plays a key role in your skin’s hydration system.

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"Clinical studies show 1 sachet Altrient C, for 3 months, increases your skin elasticity by 35%"

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Quench Lifestyle Tips

Taking a daily dose of liposomal vitamin C and magnesium helps infuse your skin with the nutrients it needs to soak up water and naturally moisturise your skin. Here are some extra nutrition and lifestyle tips to support your Quench skin personality.

Hydration
Daily Hydration

Drink 1-2 litres of filtered water a day and remember to rehydrate after a sweaty workout

Omega
Omega 3 Focus

Include oily fish, oysters, eggs, walnuts and chia, flax and hemp seeds and oil in your diet

Vitamin
Vitamin C Focus

Include citrus fruit, purple and red berries, green leafy vegetables and parsley in your diet

Magnesium
Magnesium Focus

Include green veg, dark chocolate, avocados, bananas, nuts, seeds and pulses in your diet

Diuretics
Reduce Diuretics

Cut back on coffee, tea, green tea, dandelion, parsley and hibiscus which increase water loss

Skin
Gentle Skincare

Use mild, alcohol and chemical free products, avoid very hot water and moisturise regularly

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"Research reveals that skin which is showing the signs of ageing has a lower water content than young skin."

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Deeply hydrate your skin from within

Living with poorly hydrated skin increases your risk of inadequate skin barrier function and reduced elasticity. Properly hydrated skin is far less likely to develop skin issues, blemishes, sensitivity, irritation and is better protected against UV, pollutants and premature wrinkles.

Sealed in protection

A skin barrier system in the surface of your skin works 24/7 to minimise water loss. Moisture packed skin cells reinforce skin barrier function for better protection against UV and city pollutants which promote premature ageing. Excessive water loss from the outer layer of your skin slows skin shedding enzymes giving way to a wave of fine lines and wrinkles.10

Naturally moisturised

If you're a Quench skin personality type, then hydrating parched and dehydrated skin cells is crucial for holding back the ravages of time. Deep dive into the lower layers of your skin and you'll discover a unique, sponge-like molecule called hyaluronic acid, which soaks up water to effectively hydrate skin cells from the inside and promote skin elasticity and firmness.

Water soaked skin

Your skin contains a staggering 70-80% water11, so don’t underestimate the pivotal power of water to plump up skin cells and support skin health. Properly hydrated skin is effortlessly moisturised and easily maintains a soft complexion and youthful radiance. Getting water locked into cells is crucial for the natural moisturising pathways present in the uppermost layers of your skin.12

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  • Sunburns quickly
  • Suntans quickly
  • Liver or age spots
  • Freckles and moles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • More mature skin
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Skin Edit SQ Cherish
  • More mature skin
  • Peri or menopausal skin
  • Premature skin ageing
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Loss of elasticity
  • Loss of plumpness
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Skin Edit SQ Fierce boy
  • Quick flushing
  • Reactive or red skin
  • Spots and blemishes
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Pitted skin tone
  • Sensitive skin
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  • Open pores
  • Enlarged pores
  • Visually obvious pores
  • Clogged pores
  • Blackheads
  • More mature skin
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References

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  4. Goto M et al. Elevation of Hyaluronan Synthase by Magnesium Supplementation Mediated through the Activation of GSK3 and CREB in Human Keratinocyte-Derived HaCaT Cells. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2022, 23(1), 71; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms23010071.
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  6. Rude RK. Physiology of magnesium metabolism and the important role of magnesium in potassium deficiency. The American Journal of Cardiology 1989, 63, 14: G31-34.
  7. Hegde S, Raghavan S. A skin-depth analysis of integrins: role of the integrin network in health and disease. Cell Commun Adhes. 2013 Dec;20(6):155-69. doi: 10.3109/15419061.2013.854334. Epub 2013 Nov 8. PMID: 24205983.
  8. Xiaojing Nie, Xirao Sun, Chengyue Wang, Jingxin Yang. Effect of magnesium ions/Type I collagen promote the biological behavior of osteoblasts and its mechanism, Regenerative Biomaterials 2020; 7, 1: 53–61. https://doi.org/10.1093/rb/rbz033.
  9. Sylvie Verdier-Sévrain MD,Frédéric Bonté PhD hydration: a review on its molecular mechanisms. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 2007, 6,2: 75-82. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1473-2165.2007.00300.x
  10. Abhijit A. Gurjarpadhye, William C. Vogt, Yajing Liu, Christopher G. Rylander, "Effect of Localized Mechanical Indentation on Skin Water Content Evaluated Using OCT". International Journal of Biomedical Imaging 2011; ID 817250: 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/817250
  11. Abhijit aA. Gurjarpadhye, William C. Vogt, Yajing Liu, Christopher G. Rylander, "Effect of Localized Mechanical Indentation on Skin Water Content Evaluated Using OCT". International Journal of Biomedical Imaging 2011; ID 817250: 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1155/2011/817250
  12. Bonte F. Skin moisturization mechanisms: New dataMécanismes d’hydratation de la peau: nouvelles données. Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises 2011, 69, 3: 135-141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pharma.2011.01.004.
  13. Potts RO, Buras EM Jr, Chrisman DA Jr. Changes with age in the moisture content of human skin. J Invest Dermatol. 1984 Jan;82(1):97-100. Doi: 10.1111/1523- 1747.ep12259203. PMID: 6690633