Skin is the largest organ of the body. As a major gateway, keeping it in good condition is incredibly important. Whatever skin disorder you have or don’t have, making sure you follow a gentle, healthy skin care routine is imperative.
A lot of today’s skin care manufacturers worry more about making profits than creating a wholesome, effective product. They help themselves by cutting costs, using cheap fillers and chemicals, instead of focusing on the needs of the customer. As quality has gone down, the incidence of skin disease has gone up—leaving all of us to deal with the consequences.
That’s why pHat 5.5 decided to create a natural and organic skin care line, which leaves the junk out and the good stuff in. All our products are made without such irritants as parabens, sulfates, alcohol, petroleum, fragrance, or gluten. Instead, we use an assortment of the most powerful ingredients nature has to offer.
Manuka honey is naturally antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory; it also contains antioxidants and is such a powerful healer that it’s being used in hospitals to treat wounds. Aloe vera is our base, instead of the usual filler of water, and it possesses incredible anti-inflammatory, moisturizing, and soothing properties, in addition to being loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Cehami, a botanical from Australia, is not only very moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, and soothing as well, but it also encourages skin cell regeneration while reducing irritation and itchiness.
Finally, all our skin care products are pH balanced so they match the pH level of the skin at 5.5. This keeps the acid mantle, the skin’s natural protector, intact, and it creates a friendlier environment for healing, completely devoid of irritation.
Together, these ingredients and qualities make a potent, yet gentle, formula for healing the skin. Whether it’s to help soothe symptoms or simply rejuvenate, pHat 5.5’s various natural products work quickly and effectively to restore the health and reveal the beauty that’s been there all along.