No.4 | Fierce for blemishes

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Get ready to soothe your skin with the Fierce Skin Personality protocol.

Break free from spotty, oily, reactive, tender and bumpy skin with a naturally calming nutrition skin protocol. Encourage a more even skin complexion by supporting your Fierce Skin Personality with the liposomal nutrients your skin is crying out for – vitamins C and B and minerals.


Fierce Morning:Liposomal Vitamin C

Before Breakfast

1 sachet of Altrient C

1000mg of highly absorbable liposomal vitamin C, clinically tested to deliver clarifying results.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C supports many aspects of skin cell function and activity. A smooth skin condition is formed by continuous collagen renewal and liposomal vitamin C is renowned for supporting collagen formation.


Fierce Evening:B and Mineral Complex

Before evening meal

1 sachet of Altrient B and Mineral Complex

Delivering liposomal B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, biotin, folate, zinc, selenium and chromium.

Vitamin B

Many of these B vitamins and minerals are important for supporting your skin’s immune system, regulating inflammation, balancing hormones and helping you achieve and maintain a normal skin condition.

Don't just take our word for it! Here's what our customers, practitioners and clinicians say about Altrient's beauty benefits.

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"Blemishes affect 95% of people during their life, particularly teenagers, 6 and cause distress, depression, anxiety and low confidence. 7"


Fierce Lifestyle Tips

Taking a daily dose of liposomal vitamin C, vitamin B and minerals helps supply your skin with the nutrients it needs for normal oil production and calming inflammation. Here are some extra nutrition and lifestyle tips to support your Fierce Skin Personality.

Trigger Foods
Trigger Foods

Dairy, sugar, spicy foods, chocolate, tomatoes, nightshade and citrus are common triggers

Omega 3 Focus
Omega 3 Focus

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

Vitamin C Focus
Vitamin C Focus

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

Vitamin B
Vitamin B Focus

Include eggs, meat, yoghurt, lentils, pulses, wholegrains and green vegetables in your diet

Fermented Foods
Fermented Foods

Include natural yoghurt, sauerkraut, kefir in your diet, important for gut microbiome

Gentle Cleaning
Gentle Cleaning

Use water-based products without oil, alcohol, menthol, witch hazel and exfoliants

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


Deeply soothe your skin from within

Ongoing episodes of problematic or outbreak skin increase your risk of noticeable and lasting changes to the surface of your skin. Using harsh cleansers to strip oily skin is likely to make matters worse. Get to the root cause, identify and eliminate skin triggers to break your skin issue cycle.

Excessively Oily

Your skin is covered in tiny hair follicles, the root of the problem for outbreak skin. If your skin is excessively oily then oil clogs up the hair follicle creating swollen, inflamed, red, painful blemishes. Bacteria and dead skin become trapped within the swollen hair follicles which progress into infected spots that eventually rupture, leaving your skin pitted and scarred.

Testosterone Talk

Hormone imbalance is a driving force for spotty skin. Two hormones DHEA and testosterone stimulate glands below the hair follicles to get busy making sebum, the oily substance that moisturises and softens your skin.8 During puberty, menopause and in the premenstrual phase of your cycle, these two hormones may be higher than normal. The result? Spotty, oily skin.

Gut-Skin Link

There’s a strong connection between your digestive system and your skin and reactive, troublesome skin often reflects an unsettled gut. Stress, poor diet, excessive alcohol, food intolerances, gut infections, leaky gut, low levels of friendly bacteria, gut conditions are all factors for intestinal inflammation, toxicity and imbalanced microbiome which puts a strain on the condition of your skin.

Skin Edit SQ Quench
  • Dry or patchy skin
  • Itchy skin
  • Flaky or scaly skin
  • Dull or lifeless skin
  • Droopy or saggy skin
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
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Skin Edit Sq Flawless male
  • 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 Closure
  • Open pores
  • Enlarged pores
  • Visually obvious pores
  • Clogged pores
  • Blackheads
  • More mature skin
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  5. Yang M, Moclair B, Hatcher V, Kaminetsky J, Mekas M, Chapas A, Capodice J. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of a novel pantothenic Acid-based dietary supplement in subjects with mild to moderate facial acne. Dermatol Ther (Heidelb). 2014 Jun;4(1):93-101. doi: 10.1007/s13555-014-0052-3. Epub 2014 May 16. PMID: 24831048; PMCID: PMC4065280.
  6. Kobayashi D et al. The effect of pantothenic acid deficiency on keratinocyte proliferation and the synthesis of keratinocyte growth factor and collagen fibroblasts. Journal of pharmacological sciences 2011; 115,2:230.
  7. Samuels DV, Rosenthal R, Lin R, Chaudhari S, Natsuaki MN. Acne vulgaris and risk of depression and anxiety: A meta-analytic review. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2020 Aug;83(2):532-541. doi: 10.1016/j.jaad.2020.02.040. Epub 2020 Feb 20. PMID: 32088269.
  8. Thiboutot D. Hormones and Acne: Pathophysiology, Clinical Evaluation, and Therapies Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, Vol 20, No 3 (September), 2001: pp 144-153.