Having worked over a decade in the medical and aesthetic field, Dr. Yazdani noticed a need in the marketplace for a product that would accelerate the healing process after skin trauma, but in a natural, effective, yet safe way for all skin types. We are calling it #nontoxichealing.
Now, let's think about the "go-to" products many people use whenever they experience a cut, bruise, or burn. The problem with many of these "go-to" products lie in the ingredient list. These commonly used products often contain harsh chemicals, preservatives, and alcohols that are very harmful to the skin.
For example, let's say you've suffered a first-degree burn. You might run to a product like a triple antibiotic ointment, generic for Neosporin. These products normally contain one or more types of antibiotics. Avoiding antibiotic creams for your "run-of-the-mill" scrapes, cuts, and burns is important because:
Another issue with these common creams and ointments is:
Dr. Oz advises us to "steer clear of any products that list petroleum jelly or mineral oil on the ingredient list. The European Union has banned many petroleum jelly products, and experts are concerned they could be linked to cancer. Women with breast cancer have twice the levels of hydrocarbons (substances found in petroleum jelly) in their breasts than women who haven't had breast cancer."
Now, let's say you or your child is experiencing a very painful sunburn. The obvious product to reach for would be a supermarket aloe vera gel. However, when was the last time you took a good look at that ingredient list? Here are some "no-no's" that are found in most aloe vera gels.
This is the beauty industry's favorite catch-all phrase. The word "fragrance" covers any combination of over 3,100 chemicals. Some of these chemicals are associated with serious side effects, such as hormone disruption and reproductive problems.
This preservative agent is known to cause allergic reactions when applied to the skin. There are also concerns that it is acutely toxic if inhaled. Who would want to put that on their kid's skin?
Let's say you're undergoing some swelling and bruising from a treatment of Botox or fillers. You might want to pick up something like Arnicare.
The problem with Arnicare is that it is packed with alcohol and artificial preservatives, which cause dryness and irritation to skin.
The Response Gel stands apart from the industry go-to's by its clinically and dermatologically tested formulations infused to boost antioxidant levels and provide an influx of organic ingredients, which increases the skin's rapid-repair mechanisms on damaged skin.