Healthiest skin care ever? Posted on January 15, 2011 by Prof Keith Scott-Mumby
One of the great pleasures of travelling is a chance to meet people.
Last summer I was lecturing in Oxford (UK) and one of Serendipity’s subscribers turned up to my talk who intrigued me with a range of products she has produced.
Marian Bourne is a nutritional therapist, kinesiologist and cranio- sacral practitioner and she has created a range of skin cosmetics called Celgenics.
FRCP (MA) PROFESSIONAL STATUS Founding member of the British Society for Clinical Ecology (now the British Society for Nutrition, Allergy and Environmental Medicine)
Medical Advisor to the board What Doctors Don’t Tell You journal)
Scientific and medical advisor to the British Society for Homotoxicology
Certified chelation member of American College for the Advancement of Medicine
Professor of Nutrition and Vice-Chancellor at the Open International University for Complementary Medicines
Professor of Energy Medicine at the former Capital University of Integrative Medicine
Faculty: California Institute for Human Science
Celgenics - is this the future of cosmetics? Posted by Jamie Nicholson on Mon 29th November 2010 at 08:36 PM, Filed in Beauty by Katie, Tried and Tested Celgenics is a new range of cosmetics that is lucky enough to try it out. The products use skins cellular energy and rejuvenation counteracting the effects of ageing.
We’ve now used it for a month and have to say that it feels fantastic, especially in this cold weather when our skin is so horribly dry. The cream itself has a gorgeous texture and applies incredibly well. It also lasts all day from one nourished.
It’s marketed as a ‘facial in a jar’ and have to say that we have to agree that this statement is pretty much spot on based on how fresh it leaves your skin feeling after application.
The product ingredients are made up of essential oils, such as Frankincense, Geranium and Ylang Ylang, which makes for a great combination of skin repair and replenishment.
If you’ve never heard of electromagnetic energy in relation to beauty products and are interested to find out…
The basics of the formula involve manually transferring specific energy frequencies for skin repair, including the electromagnetic signatures of homeopathic collagen and hyaluronic acid into spring water (everything has its own frequency/number, just like we measure the rhythmical electrical activity of the heart in an ECG). The energised water is then transferred into the Celgenics range, which works to promote optimum rejuvenation levels. Do we like it? WE LOVE IT!
The secret skincare ingredient Rachel Branson Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 Celgenics Wellbeing investigates some of the more unsual ingredients in your skincare. A few years ago the latest buzz word in skincare was organic, endless articles explaining the benefits of organic and paraben free products.
However over the last couple of years new ways of creating skincare products have found their way on to the shelves. These new secret ingredients, energy, sound and light have been used to transform our daily skincare routine into something a little more extraordinary.
Many more people are understanding the importance of energy, sound and light in healing. Treatments such as acupuncture, reiki, shiatsu, sound, colour and light therapy have been used successfully for many years in treating certain conditions and illnesses.
December 2010 New Celgenics Rosewater Tonic
Look out for a brand new concept-powered skin care range called Celgenics, which uses electromagnetic energy, alongside hyaluronic acid frequencies and collagen to help increase the skin's cellular energy and rejuvenation counteracting the effects of ageing.
Coined as the” facial in a jar”, Celgenics’s revolutionary
approach to skin care harnesses the power of
vibrational energy medicine, collagen, hyaluronic acid
and organic essential oils to create moisturising creams
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Eye Eye what do we have here?
I must admit I haven't really been one for eye creams in the past. Not because I don't believe in them, God No! It's just that although I religiously care for my skin with quite an intense routine, for some reason I forget about my eyes. I can't even say I'm lazy what with my ritual Year and a New me I've turned over anew leaf and started as I mean to go on.
Celgenics is an energy powered skincare range that has recently launched the New Essential Eye Cream and is being hailed as the must have eyecare product for 2011.The cream uses electromagentic energy, alongside hylaluronic acid frequencies to counteract the effects of ageing. Also the vibrational information can help with eyestrain from excessive computer usage. This is becoming even more appealing as I type and squint at my screen!