Long a symbol of beauty and power, gold has been used for beauty treatments even before Cleopatra reportedly used it to enhance her skin more than 2,000 years ago. Ancient Romans favored gold as a way to treat skin lesions, and even in more recent times, gold was part of a treatment for arthritis. These days, gold has been shown to help in wound healing, skin exfoliation and by providing important antioxidants.
Gold has been associated with a number of benefits beyond skincare, with traditional healers believing it promoted vitality, clarity and unity.
IS GOLD A MATCH FOR YOU
- Targeting wrinkles is an important concern
- Your skin needs more nourishment from vitamins
- Uneven skin tone presents challenges
- You strive for perfection in all that you do
- Increasing your vitality is crucial
24K GOLD COLLECTION
The pure gold element triggers profound receptivity in skin cells to the transporting power of retinyl palmitate, also known as encapsulated vitamin A. This member of the family of chemical compounds known as retinoids is one of the most important vitamins for the appearance of the skin. That’s because these tiny molecules penetrate the outer layers of the skin and repair the lower layers where collagen and elastin reside, erasing fine lines. Our formula is infused with allantoin, a protective molecule derived from the comfrey plant that soothes skin and prevents redness. We also added vitamin E, a natural antioxidant and free radical fighter that combats premature aging.
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF GOLD
Gold is symbolic of flexibility on one’s spiritual path. It represents perfection in all matters, on any level, and symbolizes humankind’s quest to perfect, illuminate and refine. Because of its resistance to heat and acid, gold is also symbol of immutability, eternity and perfection.
The moods most often associated with gold are vigor, vitality, radiance and transparency.
Color and Character:
Gold is quite commonly known as being a soft, shiny, yellow, heavy and malleable metal.
Obviously metal, which is one of the Five Taoist elements.