amazing true healthy cosmetics

by ProfKeith

One of the great pleasures of travelling is a chance to meet people.

Last summer I was lecturing in Oxford (UK) and one of my 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.

So what?

Celgenics is very special, that’s what. Apart from being eco-aware and avoiding all the usual poisons in cosmetics (notably parabens and sodium laurel sulfate), it is empowered with energetic medicine.

She picked the right doctor and the right lecture, because I am well aware—and have written a book about—the science of energetic or “information” signals and their biological potency (Virtual Medicine). It makes perfect sense to me.

Marian’s products are about as organic as you can get. She uses spring water, instead of distilled water (anyone who knows the Bach Flower Remedies will be impressed with Rock Water, part of the Rescue remedy). There is nothing nasty; only good stuff.

And people are luvin’ it!

Many people are unable to wear ‘normal’ cosmetics or use traditional skin care products. Their skin would become itchy, red or blotchy and often they would feel nauseous, due to the chemicals absorbed. Marianne started by making up creams specifically suited to their skin type and without the use of any toxic additives. The creams were a great success, with many people being able to use a moisturiser for the first time ever!

From there she started incorporating the natural vibrational energy from homeopathic remedies, flower essences and crystals into her creams.

Marian’s vision is to create products that use the healing and regenerating properties of vibrational energy medicine, so that you and your skin can benefit at a deep and nourishing level.

If I tell you the average woman absorbs around 2 lbs of cosmetic gunk annually, then you will trust me when I tell you the need to be very careful about what you put on your skin.

Look, rather than me try to tell you about it, you can check out her simple, straightforward, no B*S* website: www.celgenics.com

PS. This is not an ad; this is friendly networking!

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{ 2 comments }

Robert January 21, 2011 at 9:35 pm

I have been trying to get in touch with Dr Keith via his website email protocol but there is something wrong, and nothing goes through.
I am hoping that someone will see this and fix the problem.

Dr. Keith January 28, 2011 at 10:12 am

Sorry Robert,
You can email me at keith dot scottmumby at gmail.com

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