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5 Regenerative Ways To Maintain + Enhance Your Natural Beauty


In our previous article, we took an unpopular stand for the contemporary aesthetic industry. We are very concerned about many modern treatments that either haven't had enough research, or worse, the long-term side effects are largely ignored.

This article focuses on 5 regenerative treatments that maintain and enhance the natural beauty you already have so you can stop treating symptoms and get to the root cause.

Treatment 1


You've heard it a million times because it's true. Prevention is your most powerful ally. But hold tight; we're not going to reel off the usual list of things.

Yes, don't bake yourself in the sun or drink too much. But we're also human and have lives full of experiences and learnings. When we're young, it's hard to imagine being old, and when we're old, we forget what it was to be young.

Don't fret if you feel like you're only now starting to practice self-care. The human body has an unbelievable ability to regenerate and heal.

Our go-to primary treatments for maintaining and unearthing your natural beauty are drinking plenty of natural spring water and eating a predominantly plant-based diet full of living foods bursting with antioxidants. Your body is its microcosm made of trillions of cells and bacteria. You look after them, and they look after you.

What you remove is possibly more important than what you add. The two big ones are avoiding processed sugar and tap water. We all know about sugar, but tap water is still relatively unknown. Most municipal supplies contain dangerous chemicals, antibiotics, and microplastics. You are a water being; 99.9% of you are made up mostly of water, so honour that.

Treatment 2


As made popular by the groundbreaking work of Dr Emoto and carried on today by Veda Austin, we can see in the images of frozen water (crystallography - see images below) the profound impact thoughts and intention have on water. Consider again that you are 99.9% made up molecularly of water. When you tell yourself that you are old, ugly or any other statement, you are signalling to your cells to mirror that intention, creating more of the very thing that you don't want.

The more modern science studies consciousness, the more mysterious and profound the role of our personal and collective thought patterns in constructing reality is. This is not a new theory; it's been echoed down through time by ancient cultures and indigenous peoples, but it is exciting to hear the whispers of vindication from the scientific community.

Yes, it's easier than it sounds. Our negative self-talk can be patterned through well-worn neural pathways created when we were young, but they can be rewired, and the only person who can rewire them is you.

So, if you are on board with talking to your body (we all do, whether we know it or not), why not thank it for allowing you to live this precious life and let it know that you love and appreciate it?

One simple mantra, "Thank you. I love you", can create an entirely new relationship. Try it before falling asleep at night.

Treatment 3


Our genome, honed over millennia, evolved and connected to nature's wisdom, works best with what is native to its biology.

The water in your cells is H3O2, a different structure from H2O. We discussed this in-depth in a previous article, which you can find here. The liquid matrix of plants is also H3O2. This is one reason why 100% plant-based skincare is so powerful. It is readily absorbed deeply into your cells because it is structurally the same, unlike synthetic skincare.

Allowing it not just to treat symptoms but also to awaken your skin's innate regenerative power.

Treatment 4


Did you know that you have up to 50 muscles in your face? Like all muscles, when they are not in use, they atrophy. This is one of the main concerns with long-term botox use.

Facial yoga targets the muscles of the face and neck. While more research is needed, promising studies suggest benefits, including:

Reduced Wrinkles: A 2018 Northwestern University study found that 30 minutes of daily or alternate-day facial exercises over 20 weeks led to improved cheek fullness and a younger appearance.

Improved Skin Tone: Facial yoga boosts circulation and lymphatic drainage, potentially minimizing puffiness and enhancing a healthy glow.

Have a Google yourself. There are so many incredible before and after photos. Facial yoga takes an investment of time; however, like all good investments, it pays you back many times.

Treatment 5


Think microneedling is a “new thing” in facial cosmetic procedures? Think again. Let’s look to Ancient Asia and, this time, to Ancient China for acupuncture. No one thought to document the first recorded use, so the first proven use of acupuncture is from a book called The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, dating from 100 BC. The original purpose of acupuncture was to open channels or conduits to allow the Qi (vital energy or life force) to flow. Currently, acupuncture improves the body’s functions and promotes the natural self-healing process–which is exactly what microneedling does.

Capitalising on the body’s natural healing processes, a microneedling procedure induces collagen and elastin production to eliminate wrinkles and lines, smooth out the skin, and treat pigment issues and brown spots. It's also incredible for cellular renewal. The controlled damage encourages increased cell turnover, leading to a brighter and smoother complexion. Microneedling also creates temporary channels in the skin, allowing for better penetration of topical skincare products and maximizing their benefits.

We have many clinics that incorporate cellular hydration with microneedling treatments. This aids in the healing processes post-treatment and delivers the powerful botanical to induce up to a 4x boost in your native hyaluronic acid.


The more science learns about the human organism, the more it shows us that it is not so much an 'individual' but a collective made up of many forms of life, trillions of microorganisms — outnumbering the cells by 10 to 1. Perhaps we are just starting to touch upon this organism's incredible power and potential healing abilities, which we know as 'our body'.

One thing we know now is that a shift toward self-love and care over quick fixes and masks is the true expression of beauty.



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