BIOCUTIS® – The Easy Way To Beautiful, Healthy Skin, Naturally!

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If you're anything like us... You want to find relief for your skin concerns that haven't been amenable to any of the treatments you have already tried and tested.

Or you want an easy way to help your skin look beautiful and healthy by stimulating the skin's inherent regenerative powers.

We want to share with you our discovery of a naturally occurring serum that may help nourish your skin so that it is better equipped to cope with the continuous influences from the environment: cold, heat, solar radiation, free radical oxidizing agents, chemical contaminants, pathogens, accidents that injure… those influences that affect its role as a barrier tissue and your healthy appearance.

Under the stress conditions that are induced by external agents the skin losses some of its capacity to respond, and make structural, regulatory and defensive compounds (such as collagen, growth factors, pigments and/or antioxidants or antimicrobial peptides) in lesser quantities that those necessary to fulfill its role.

In such circumstances, a good strategy would be to provide the skin with a balanced mixture of exogenous factors to substitute the missing endogenous factors, and thus help the living cell mechanisms to work at full potential.

This is the rationale for using the natural serum produced by the innate immune cells of the mollusk Helix Aspersa. This little gastropod has a skin that is similar to human skin and it secretes a complex serum that contain some of the elements that have been identified as restorative of the biochemical, structural and functional processes in human skin damaged by the conditions already mentioned and other such as radiodermatitis and photoaging.

The phylum Mollusca dates back to the Precambrian, when life was only possible in the sea. Later, in the Cambrian period (some 600 million years ago), the first bivalve gastropods appeared. The ancestors of H. aspersa were rather like mussels.

Following the Ordovician period and the mass extinction of species, some gastropods that had colonized the land underwent the ‘spiraling’ of their shells as an adaptation to their new environment. This is the main characteristic of the family Helicidae. At the same time, these animals developed defense systems to deal with environmental insults (cold, heat, dryness, damp, radiation, chemical agents etc.) far more severe than those they had experienced in the aqueous environment.

Over the evolution of Helix Aspersa, the environment was often more extreme than at present, and the genus seems to have conserved the abilities it developed to respond to environmentally-induced stress. When H. aspersa suffers an external insult, for example a burn, the effects of ionizing radiation, or even certain types of mechanical aggression, it responds by producing a complex glycoprotein secretion.

This contains a mixture of natural substances produced by three sets of glands: the mucosal glands of the epidermis, the salivary glands, and the proteic glands.

This serum is known to regenerate the damaged structures of the animal’s skin in less than 48 hours. It is also believed to protect the animal from bacterial infections and tumors, since these have never been observed in these snails.

The naturally occurring serum is the most complex immune serum for skin care created by savvy nature, and the easy way to beautiful, healthy looking skin, no matter what your skin concerns may be, or age, color or condition of your skin.

The immune serum is created within the immune cells of the aforementioned mollusk. This land snail of the species Helix Aspersa Müller does something similar to what another mollusk does. When damaged it starts coating its skin with an immune serum in a way similar to how an oyster coats an irritant, and in both cases the outcome is BEAUTY: a beautiful Pearl or BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY SKIN.

The naturally occurring serum has amazing rejuvenating properties that will protect, repair, deeply moisturize and enhance the natural cycle of skin regeneration of damaged or worn out skin cells and tissues.

In addition to this serum, natural extracts and oils are added to the products to battle symptoms and specific skin condition for a more powerful effect. For example, we have added rose hip oil, which has proven to work very well for dry skin. Since all the additional ingredients that we add to our products are natural, we are able to say that our skin care products are 100% natural and organic.

So throw out those chemical-stuffed products that you have in your bathroom cabinet and replace them with natural skin creams. It is never too late to start a good skin care program and what can be better than mother nature's own savvy ingredients. BIOCUTIS will give you the opportunity to discover just how smooth and beautiful your skin can be.

The specific skin concerned that our product help to address are categorized for easy browsing in the right hand column.

In the 3 columns below we show our blog categories and one or two posts in some of the categories. The posts inform of new discoveries in regenerative medicine or in dermatology and may be significant in understanding or solving the skin care concerns you might be grappling with. Please take a look and leave your comments. Your feedback is our most cherished reward.

Featured Posts:

Natural Serum That Powers Anti-Aging Skin Care Products Holds Potential As Mediator In Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine. The natural serum that powers all our skin care products nourishes and invigorates the skin and has been the object of intense research by scientists and dermatologists enrolled by some of the most prestigious dermatology services in the world.

Prospect Of Keloids Treatment At-Home Improves With Discovery In Africa
The discovery of two species of African spiny mice that “jettison” their skin if found under attack is leading scientists to believe that a human growing her or his limbs back after amputation is not so far off! The science of regeneration has come “leaps and bounds” in the last 10 years with lab-grown bladders, stem-cell-seeded wind pipes and other regenerated human organs. ...

Acne Scar Removal

  • Surgical Options for Acne Scar Removal
    What are the surgical options for acne scar removal? Are they effective? Can they remove all tracers of acne scars? Severe acne will usually develop into acne scarring. When this type of acne is left untreated or is not treated properly, you will be more likely to […]...
  • Don’t Aggravate Acne Inflammation To Avoid Acne Scars!
    Bouts of acne inflammation that are moderate in degree can still result in acne scars. When acne is at its worst, it can result in very pronounced acne scars that go deep into the skin. Acne scars can take different forms, as pitting or ice pick scars, […]...

Acne Treatment

  • Is Sebum Oxidation The Trigger Of Acne?
    Science on the past decade has definitively revealed that each and every single pimple starts with inflammatory damage to sebum, or sebum oxidation. Everything else you might have heard that causes acne; things like diet, tension, hormones and exactly what not, only develop conditions for sebum oxidation […]...
  • Do Omega 3 Supplements Reduce Acne In Adult Women?
    Researchers have for the very first time shown omega-3 supplements can reduce acne, particularly in adult women suffering from acne. In this post we discuss ways to utilize omega-3 to deal with acne. How much you should take? and who should avoid it? are just a few […]...
  • What Is Propionibacterium acnes and Acne Vulgaris?
    Whether you call them blemishes, pimples, or zits, most of us experience mild acne at some point in our lives. More often a problem in the teen years, acne vulgaris, as it’s known medically, starts when the immune system reacts to a deficiency in linoleic fatty acids […]...

Acne News

  • Do Omega 3 Supplements Reduce Acne In Adult Women?
    Researchers have for the very first time shown omega-3 supplements can reduce acne, particularly in adult women suffering from acne. In this post we discuss ways to utilize omega-3 to deal with acne. How much you should take? and who should avoid it? are just a few […]...
  • Acne pill benefits outweigh blood clot risk, says EU body
    Acne pill benefits outweigh blood clot risk, says EU body Diane 35, an acne drug often prescribed by doctors as a contraceptive. — AFP-Relaxnews picPARIS, May 31 — An EU medicines watchdog on Thursday endorsed the safety of acne drug Diane-35, also widely used as a contraceptive, […]...
  • Study Finds Inflammation and Oxidative Stress Caused by Free Radicals Factor …
    While many factors contribute to adult onset acne, including hormones, diet and yes, stress, research has also shown that oxidative stress, or inflammation, is one of the culprits. In a 2012 study published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, Dr. Whitney Bowe, a dermatologist with Advanced […]...

At Home Microdermabrasion Cream

  • Get Rid Of Fine Lines With A Microdermabrasion Cream
    Microdermabrasion has become a popular skin care treatment to get rid of fine lines and many skin conditions. Nevertheless, you may be under the assumption that this type of treatment can be used on just about every skin problem you might have. However, this isn’t true. Just […]...
  • Contraindications For Microdermabrasion Treatments
    Microdermabrasion is a popular skin care treatment. Nevertheless, you may be under the assumption that this type of treatment can be used on just about every skin problem you might have. However, this isn’t true. Just like with any other type of treatment option, this too has […]...

Clear Hyperpigmentation

  • Is There a Natural Solution for Melasma and Hyperpigmentation?
    As we age, our skin tends to become thinner and more brittle and develops hyperpigmentation problems. When hyperpigmentation problems present themselves on the face it is known as melasma. And although darker skinned women are the most prone to suffer this type of skin problem, it is […]...

Scar Cream & Keloid Scars

  • Hypertrophic Scar Removal: How To Remedy
    Hypertrophic scar removal may take time but it can be achieved with a product that contains an ingredient that dissolves the scar with enzymes and regenerates healthy skin. The over production of collagen is what leads to hypertrophic scars. This excessive production of collagen leads to a […]...
  • Healing Hypertrophic Scars: Options And Treatments
    Healing hypertrophic scars is not an easy task. Hypertrophic scars are the result of the body overproducing collagen. The result of this anomaly is a raised scar similar to a keloid scar. However, unlike keloids, hypertrophic scars do not grow beyond the limits of the original wound. […]...

Stretch Marks

  • Prevent and Get Rid of Stretch Marks with Natural Creams
    We came across an article that presented some very interesting points about stretch mark removal. It's not another product that makes promises it will eliminate those ugly marks and then do nothing but take your time and money. It's been proven effective in both stretch mark prevention and removal –...

Cellulite Treatment

Skin Rejuvenation

  • Stretch Marks Removal Creams
    How to Fade Stretch Marks Naturally With The Best Stretch Marks Removal Creams? Studies have shown that stretch marks are one of the top 5 causes of stress, anxiety and embarrassment amongst women. Many women go to great lengths to cover up their body by changing the […]...

Skin Products

  • The Meaning of Organic or Natural Skin Care Products
    Organic and Natural Skin Care In This Short article: Recommended Products. Exactly what Does “Natural” Imply? Breaking the Misconception That Organic is Better. What “Organic” Truly Means. An Organic Irritant is Still an Irritant. How to Examine a Label. Can Pesticides Get in Your Skin? All-time low […]...

Skin Treatment

  • Naturally Rejuventate Your Skin with BIOCUTIS Skin Care
    If you believe that only people with oily skin suffer from acne, then you’re gravely misinformed. Even though it is true that oily skin types are more susceptible to acne breakouts, people with dry skin can also suffer from acne breakouts. But, how can you treat dry […]...

Dry Skin

Rosacea Relief

  • Rosacea (Acne Rosacea) Treatment Options
    There are some skin problems that aren’t easy to diagnose, and rosacea is one of them. In fact, rosacea is commonly mistaken for common dermatitis, flushed skin, and even acne (acne rosacea). So if you want to be able to treat your condition correctly you need to […]...

Wrinkle Cream

  • The Best Wrinkle Cream for You
    One of the most dreaded skin problems for women are probably wrinkles. While men tend to look more dignified as they age, it is a common opinion that women just look more tired and older. A part of the aging process is genetic; however, there are several […]...