Importance of Retin A

The importance of Retin A

The importance of Retin A

It has been 22 years of ‪‎Retin A‬ for me and I have to say, besides everything I use, this product is always a part of my regiment for at least 4 to 5 days a week.

It is highly absorbable‬, ‪‎resurfacing‬, collagen‬ stimulating, great acne‬ solution (outside of nutrition) and scar prevention‬ .

One of many of my favorite active anti aging ingredients and will always be.
Call us or email is to be properly guided on using this very special ingredient
We will teach you how to combine it to your existing regiment as it is supper active !!

Can’t wait to hear from you all !!



No mater what, these Biologique Recherche items MUST be in my medicine cabinet

BR Products I cant leave without

No mater what these Biologique Recherche items MUST be in my medicine cabinet 
To save and balance all imperfections
Biologique Recherche Lotion P50 – gently exfoliating, balancing skin’s pH and sebum and shrink pores
Biologique Recherche Lotion P50
Biologique Recherche Lotion MC 110 #2 – Lifting, contouring and exfoliating 

Biologique Recherche Mask Vivant – purifying
Biologique Recherche Le Grand Serum – activating

Biologique Recherche Complex Royal and Renovateure 14 < the Yin and the Yang >

Biologique Recherche Fluid VIP 02- A breath of oxygen & protection

Biologique Recherche Serum Yall 02- plump

Biologique Recherche Cream MSR-H – supper moisture YUMMY

2015 Top 10 Selling Skin Care Products

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The secret is out!!! Revealing our 2015 top 10 selling products. This combo has all the ingredients you need to create the best chemistry for radiant, flawless and younger looking skin. From start to finish this list of products is a proof that they are the best this industry has to offer. Visit our site for more information.

  1. Biologique Recherche Lotion p50 8.4 oz
  2. Skinceuticals CE Ferulic Serum 1 oz
  3. Valmont Hydra 3 Regenetic Serum 1 oz
  4. Biologique Recherche Fluid VIP 02 1 oz
  5. Valmont DermoStructuring Master Eye Factor III 0.5 oz
  6. Valmont DermoStructuring Master Face Factor III 1.7 oz
  7. Biologique Recherche Cream MSR-h 1.7 oz
  8. Biologique Recherche Le Grand Serum 1 oz
  9. Valmont Renewing Pack 1.7 oz
  10. Biologique Recherche Mask Vivant 3.4 oz

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MBR – Medical Beauty Research Enzyme Cleansing Booster

Enzyme Cleansing boosterQuick and squeaky clean instant enzyme peeling booster. It takes no time for those of you who have no moment to spare. Instantly peel and be rid of impurities in a blast.

Perfection of Purity An innovative combination of gentle and deep-pore cleansing components to start your incomparable Pure Perfection skin care ritual. Revitalizes, radiates and purifies, for a matte and even complexion. Minimizes fine lines, wrinkles and pores and revives dull skin. Benefits • Removes excess sebum and lipids • Reduces impurities / suitable for acne skin conditions • Increases ability to absorb treatment products • Stimulates cell metabolism and promotes detoxification process • Activates regeneration process • Refines skin’s surface structure • Reveals smoothed and radiant skin • Galactoarabinan • Caffein • Ectoin • MPC™ Complex • Lactic Acid Key Ingredients • Zymo Clear MD • Zea Mays • Amino Acid Tenside • Sodium Bicarbonate • Kaolin • Aloe Vera Gel Powder • Allantoin • Niacin • Inositol • Argan Oil

How To Apply Use mornings and evenings. Apply Enzyme Cleansing Booster to the palm of your hand, emulsify with water to a fluffy-gentle foam and gently massage onto dry or damp skin. Allow to penetrate for a few moments before rinsing it off with lukewarm water. For optimal results, follow with serum and creams of your choice. Tip Enzyme Cleansing Booster can be used to smooth the neck and décolleté. Powder Bottle 80 g / 0.18 lb.


Vicki’s new jewel box of tricks!!!

Bringing you MBR – MEDICAL BEAUTY RESEARCH From Germany.


As we all know, the Germans don’t get play time.
They are way too serious and dedicated to EVERYTHING they create and I can say they are one of the leading countries in research and development when it comes to natural and western medicine. 

You all know me by now, my existing jewel box is full of priceless tricks and most of you understand that I LOVE layers. I have been lucky to work with the most amazing products in the world!!! I feel MBR is the next level of bringing your skin to its perfection. Its status, quality, textures and silk-like feeling is priceless! It is a perfect combination with our existing products and will make the road to anti-aging even more fun!!!

As promised, you’ll never have a dull moment 🙂 

Stay tuned and have fun!!!


With much love,

Vicki Morav

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The Role Hormones Play In The Aging Process And The Skin

 As we go through hormonal changes, whether we are teenagers or going through midlife aging process, the body has its own way of talking to us. It is very important to listen to what it has to say and take care. Sometimes we tend to get used to certain little symptoms but it’s best not to. 

First, it is important to understand it. At this time we will discuss the general functions of Hormones ruled by the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is an endocrine (hormone-producing) gland. It is one part of a special messenger system, helping to regulate a wide variety of the body’s functions. The pituitary gland helps to control your body’s functions by releasing hormones (special chemical messengers) into your bloodstream. These hormones are transported in your blood to their target. Here they usually cause the release of a second hormone. The target can either be specialized endocrine glands or other types of body tissue such as groups of cells.


The pituitary gland is often called the “master gland” because it controls several other hormone-releasing glands such as the ovaries, adrenals and testes.


Where is the pituitary gland found?

About the size of a pea, the pituitary is found at the base of the brain, behind the bridge of your nose. The pituitary is very close to another part of the brain, called the hypothalamus.

Your body is in a constant state of change. Your heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature all change in response to what you do and your surroundings. Your body has special systems that constantly monitor these and other vital functions. Not only must these systems monitor changes, they must also respond and help the body to restore balance. One of these systems involves the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland.


The hypothalamus receives information from many sources about the basic functions of your body. It uses the information it receives to help regulate these functions. One of the ways the hypothalamus does this involves controlling the pituitary gland. The hypothalamus does this by using its own hormones to communicate with the pituitary.


Among the things monitored by the hypothalamus is the level of various hormones in the blood. The hypothalamus has special cells which receive information from the body indicating how much of each hormone is present in the bloodstream. When these hormones drop below a particular level this stimulates the hypothalamus to release hormones. These hormones travel to the pituitary gland, acting as the signal to the pituitary to produce one or more of its hormones. The hormones produced by the pituitary are released into the bloodstream. The bloodstream transports the pituitary hormones to other endocrine glands, such as the thyroid gland.


ImageThe pituitary gland hormones may then stimulate their target endocrine glands to produce their own hormones. These locally produced hormones do the actual work of regulating your body. For example, hormones produced by the thyroid increase the body’s metabolic rate. In some cases, high levels of locally produced hormones stop the hypothalamus and pituitary releasing more of their own hormones. This principle is called negative feedback, and it prevents hormone levels from rising too high.



The anterior pituitary makes and releases several hormones

Hormone released

Main target


Adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH)

Adrenal glands

Stimulates the adrenal glands to produce cortisol. Cortisol is important in controlling your metabolism, blood sugar levels and blood pressure. It is also an anti-inflammatory agent, and helps your body to resist certain stresses such as bleeding or fasting.

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)

Ovaries (women)

Testes (men)

Stimulates the ovaries to produce an ovum (egg) for fertilization. Also causes an increase in the hormone estrogen.

Stimulates the testes to produce sperm.

Growth hormone (GH)

Many different cells of the body

The most well-known effect in children is to increase height. In adults and children it helps to control the amount of muscle and fat in the body. It also helps to heal injuries and it promotes your immune system.

Luteinizing hormone (LH)

Ovaries (women)

Testes (men)

Triggers ovulation – the release of what will become an ovum (egg) ready for fertilization.

Stimulates cells in the testes to produce testosterone

Melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH)


The exact role in humans is unknown. It may influence brain activity; when too much is present, it may cause darkening of the skin.



Together with other hormones, prolactin stimulates the breasts to produce milk. 
It is also found in women who aren’t pregnant. Men also have prolactin, but its function is not understood well.

Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH)

Thyroid Gland

TSH stimulates the thyroid gland to produce its own hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4).
These hormones help to control many bodily functions, including heart rate, temperature and metabolism.


The Posterior Pituitary Makes and Releases Just Two Hormones

Hormone released

Main target


Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)


Decreases urine production. (It causes more water filtered by the kidneys to be returned to the blood. This decreases the amount of urine.)
ADH also causes a rise in blood pressure.


Breast and uterus

Stimulates contraction of the uterus (womb) during childbirth. Helps breasts to release milk.


As we look at the whole picture we can easily realize the importance of hormonal balance and the role they play in our aging process.


Reducing stress in the body by exercising, eating a balanced and nutritious diet and getting plenty of sleep is essential, not to mention a great happy outlook on life. The brain is a conductor; it can take us places we most likely choose as our destination in the body and in our life. 


Externally, we help to design a regime that combines a proper chemistry for each and every one of you. Chemistry will change at times, according to what’s the state of the skin and the internal most essential state of the body. 


There is so much to know when it comes to the aging process :)) please email us with any questions you may have as an individual so we can help you make proper choices to create ultimate results. 


Stay tune for MORE!


Vicki Morav