Why You Should Use Cell Quest Topical in the Winter to Protect Your Skin

The winter season can affect your health in several ways, including the health of your skin. Many people experience dry, irritated skin in the winter, which can be itchy and uncomfortable. In some cases, dry skin develops small cracks and may even bleed. 

While dry skin in the winter can be frustrating, there is a way to prevent it from happening. Cell Quest topical gel is a natural product that can soothe and repair the skin to keep it hydrated all winter long.   Read More

Protect Your Skin This Summer with Cell Quest Before and After Gel

Protect Your Skin This SummerProtecting your skin against the sun’s harsh rays is important, especially during your favorite outdoor activities this summer. But, sun exposure can also provide health benefits, namely in the form of vitamin D. Vitamin D helps boost your immune health, reduce inflammation in the body, and support healthy bones. So, how can you strike a balance between reaping the benefits of sun exposure and protecting your skin against sun damage?

CellQuest’s Before and After Sun Gel was designed for this purpose. Let’s learn more about Before and After Sun Gel and how it can protect your skin this summer.  Read More

Everything You Need to Know About How CellQuest Uses the Musaceas Plant

There are thousands of products available on store shelves right now that make promises of skin healing and rejuvenation, especially after damage caused by burns and other traumatic injuries.

Unfortunately, most of these products include synthetic ingredients that can’t stimulate the deep healing your body needs. 

CellQuest products are entirely different. All CellQuest products use musaceae plant stem liquid, a powerful natural medicine, as the main active ingredient.  Read More

When to Start Thinking About Anti-Aging Products

When is it time to start thinking about anti-aging measures? Some young adults are starting skincare routines in their early- to mid-twenties, but some are wondering if they are jumping the gun. Really, great skincare to minimize wrinkles starts at an even earlier age.

Teen years

How you care for your skin in your teens sets the precedence for your skincare habits in the future. If you don’t care for your skin through pubescent acne, it could also leave you with scarring or skin that is more prone to developing wrinkles with repetitive facial expressions. Start building habits now with a daily routine. Read More

Top Ways to Combat Chronically Dry Skin

Dry skin is a huge nuisance, in addition to contributing to premature aging. Dry skin is also less effective in supporting the immune system. Keeping skin hydrated, moisturized, and healthy is extremely important for your overall health. Here are some of the best ways to combat dry skin.

Watch your water temp, soap choice, and shower or bath duration.

It is important to get clean, and a nice hot shower or bubble bath can be very relaxing after a stressful day. But taking advantage of very hot baths or showers frequently will dry out your skin. You should also make sure you are using a gentle moisturizing soap. Read More

Why You Should Be Proactive to Slow the Signs of Aging

Have you been worried about the signs of aging? If you are in your mid-late 30s, you probably haven’t noticed any wrinkles just yet, and you may not be thinking about preventing them from coming. If you are in your mid-late 40s or older, you may be just starting to see the signs of aging, but it isn’t too late to stop them in their tracks.

Being proactive about skincare routines to slow the signs of aging is important for most people. You don’t want to wait until the deep lines and wrinkles are prominent and require further attention or correction. It is much better and cheaper to address these concerns proactively and prevent the formation of lines and wrinkles in the first place. Read More

Three Areas of Skincare You Shouldn’t Ignore

Are you fairly lax about your skincare routine? If so, you probably notice that your skin doesn’t look its best. Whether we’re talking about the face or another part of the body, there are some things about skincare that you just shouldn’t avoid. Here are the three basic areas that you need to make sure you have covered.

Moisturize and Hydrate

Hydrated and nourished skin is very elastic, taut, and more resistant to blemishes. You can keep your pores clean and your skin clear by using a moisturizer to hydrate your skin on a daily basis. You should moisturize your entire body, not just your face. You can use aftershower moisturizers, or you can use one of our topical products. Read More

Why CellQuest Topical Improves Skin Conditions

3 ounce CQ natural soap labelEczema, psoriasis, and other dermatological skin conditions are much more common than most people realize. These skin conditions can be made worse by exposure to allergens or chemicals, skin dryness, medications, or even stress and anxiety. Untreated, these skin conditions can cause unbearable itching, which can lead to open sores that are prone to infection. 

Treatments for most skin conditions are either over-the-counter or prescription topical treatments. They are generally medicated with effective pharmaceuticals. These specialized treatments can become very expensive, and you may have to try several before you find one that actually works for you. The best way to avoid this trouble and expense is to prevent outbreaks from getting too bad in the first place. Read More

Why You Need to Keep Your Skin Hydrated and Healthy

Did you know that your skin is the biggest organ in your body? Your skin acts as a barrier between the inner workings of your body and the outside world. It is extremely important to keep your skin healthy and hydrated. Many people realize that these things are necessary to prevent certain skin conditions, but most people do not realize just how important it is or why.

The fact of the matter is that most things in your environment have to enter your body through the skin, specifically through the skin’s pores. If you don’t keep your skin healthy and hydrated, your skin’s pores can become enlarged, allowing more bacteria and microorganisms to enter your body through the pores. This can affect your overall health in several minor ways that can add up to a feeling of general unwellness.  Read More

Protecting Your Skin While Driving

Did you know that a lot of the sun exposure you get is without even thinking about it? You know that you need sunblock or another sun care product if you are going to be outside for a while on a hot sunny day, but you can also get sun damage doing everyday things that you don’t really think about.

One of the many misconceptions that people have about sun exposure is that the exposure isn’t as bad if it is cloudy. While you will not feel the heat from the sun as you would on a clear day, clouds do not negate the sun’s rays hitting the earth and you. You can get a sunburn and not ever see the sun peek out from the clouds. Read More