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Super Responders

You have no doubt heard the stories of those who were cured of cancer by taking this or that, say Vitamin C. If they are not selling something and even if they are, the positive outcome probably happened. For them.

These stories underline the phenomena of super responders. These are people who will have a dramatic positive change in their health from something we all use every day and don’t have the same experience. In skincare this happens all the time.

Of course there is also the converse, people who are super slugs. These people seem to have little or no response to metabolites other than for energy utilization. High doses roll off them. Super responders on the other hand will apply/eat a metabolite and positively bloom.

This is why prescription drugs have so many problems. They are generally extremely powerful. When a super responder or one who has a tendency to that takes these powerful agents very bad side effects can overwhelm the patient.

In skincare, follow this rule: if you apply a topical and feel a warming sensation and slight pinking with the first application, know that you are very responsive to that product, or an ingredient in that product.

If that occurs, use the product infrequently. Like once or twice per week at the most.

Now for some products that warming and pinking could indicate a problem. If there are acids in the product then there is a good chance your skin is undergoing an exfoliation with every application. Exfoliation once or twice per week is not desirable. It will bring on sensitivity, flare ups, weakness, dependency and addiction.

But, with acid free skincare products you may be experiencing a positive metabolic response. Therefore, you want to REDUCE your frequency of application. This is counter-intuitive. “I want to bathe in it all day!” Wrong move because your skin will quickly learn to ignore the ingredient and become weak and drab from using it. This often happens with Vitamin C products that seem to bloom our skin and then a few weeks later it is right back to drab. It wasn’t the product, it was the frequency of application.

Less is best.

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REFERENCE TOPICS

Super Responders

You have no doubt heard the stories of those who were cured of cancer by taking this or that, say Vitamin C. If they are not selling something and even if they are, the positive outcome probably happened. For them.

These stories underline the phenomena of super responders. These are people who will have a dramatic positive change in their health from something we all use every day and don’t have the same experience. In skincare this happens all the time.

Of course there is also the converse, people who are super slugs. These people seem to have little or no response to metabolites other than for energy utilization. High doses roll off them. Super responders on the other hand will apply/eat a metabolite and positively bloom.

This is why prescription drugs have so many problems. They are generally extremely powerful. When a super responder or one who has a tendency to that takes these powerful agents very bad side effects can overwhelm the patient.

In skincare, follow this rule: if you apply a topical and feel a warming sensation and slight pinking with the first application, know that you are very responsive to that product, or an ingredient in that product.

If that occurs, use the product infrequently. Like once or twice per week at the most.

Now for some products that warming and pinking could indicate a problem. If there are acids in the product then there is a good chance your skin is undergoing an exfoliation with every application. Exfoliation once or twice per week is not desirable. It will bring on sensitivity, flare ups, weakness, dependency and addiction.

But, with acid free skincare products you may be experiencing a positive metabolic response. Therefore, you want to REDUCE your frequency of application. This is counter-intuitive. “I want to bathe in it all day!” Wrong move because your skin will quickly learn to ignore the ingredient and become weak and drab from using it. This often happens with Vitamin C products that seem to bloom our skin and then a few weeks later it is right back to drab. It wasn’t the product, it was the frequency of application.

Less is best.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Super Responders

You have no doubt heard the stories of those who were cured of cancer by taking this or that, say Vitamin C. If they are not selling something and even if they are, the positive outcome probably happened. For them.

These stories underline the phenomena of super responders. These are people who will have a dramatic positive change in their health from something we all use every day and don’t have the same experience. In skincare this happens all the time.

Of course there is also the converse, people who are super slugs. These people seem to have little or no response to metabolites other than for energy utilization. High doses roll off them. Super responders on the other hand will apply/eat a metabolite and positively bloom.

This is why prescription drugs have so many problems. They are generally extremely powerful. When a super responder or one who has a tendency to that takes these powerful agents very bad side effects can overwhelm the patient.

In skincare, follow this rule: if you apply a topical and feel a warming sensation and slight pinking with the first application, know that you are very responsive to that product, or an ingredient in that product.

If that occurs, use the product infrequently. Like once or twice per week at the most.

Now for some products that warming and pinking could indicate a problem. If there are acids in the product then there is a good chance your skin is undergoing an exfoliation with every application. Exfoliation once or twice per week is not desirable. It will bring on sensitivity, flare ups, weakness, dependency and addiction.

But, with acid free skincare products you may be experiencing a positive metabolic response. Therefore, you want to REDUCE your frequency of application. This is counter-intuitive. “I want to bathe in it all day!” Wrong move because your skin will quickly learn to ignore the ingredient and become weak and drab from using it. This often happens with Vitamin C products that seem to bloom our skin and then a few weeks later it is right back to drab. It wasn’t the product, it was the frequency of application.

Less is best.

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