Give Your Skin The Attention It Deserves
Healthy-looking skin starts with products that are formulated with clean, effective ingredients then met with results-driven essentials that hydrate, refresh, and rejuvenate.
Many years later after having no success with my own person skin challenges I began creating my own solution to rebuilding beautiful skin, and have made it my mission to help people of all ages and backgrounds achieve the complexion and youth of their dreams.
I spent years of collaborating with the most highly regarded Skin Management Experts™, we introduced the most advanced skincare line on the market, The Skin Saint™.
My hope and dedication are to lead people on a journey of beauty, health, and self-discovery. It is a great honor and privilege to have you be a part of my ever-expanding vision.
Your best self is yet to come!
Holly Cutler (CaSaroll)
Glycolic acid typically derived from sugar cane, belongs to the alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) family. It's a water soluble acid and an ingredient that increases luminosity of the skin because it exfoliates the outermost dead layer of the skin, which is called the Stratum Corneum to reveal healthier, fresher skin. Studies show that our form of pure medical grade glycolic acid is up to 60% better at increasing skin cell renewal.
RETINOL (VITAMIN A)
Retinol also known as Vitamin A, reduces the appearance and occurrence of fine lines and wrinkles, stimulates cellular regeneration and improves the overall skin tone. Since retinoids are derivatives of vitamin A, they're actually considered antioxidants. In addition, they're a “cell communicating” ingredient. This means their job is to “talk” to skin cells and encourage healthier, younger cells making their way to the surface of the skin.
A growth factor is a naturally occurring substance capable of stimulating cell proliferation, wound healing, and occasionally cellular differentiation. Growth Factors such as IGF-1, EGF, acidic FGF, basic FGF, and VEGF provide many benefits, including anti-wrinkle, skin rejuvenation, and cell vitalization.
Niacinamide is an active form of Vitamin B3 that stimulates collagen, helps photodamaged skin, smooth your overall skin texture, reduce inflammation and hyperpigmented spots, reduce redness and blotchiness, increase facial volume reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and gives your skin an overall brighter and more youthful glow.
PEPTIDES (AMINO ACIDS)
Peptides are amino acids that make up certain proteins needed by the skin. More specifically, collagen is made of three polypeptide chains, so adding peptides can stimulate your skin to make collagen. More collagen can lead to firmer, younger-looking skin and help to protect collagen against wrinkles while improving the skin’s overall texture. Peptides can also prevent unwanted pigmentation, allowing for better control over skin tone.
Vitamin C is a powerhouse ingredient that is well-known for its skin-brightening benefits, but research also shows vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals, preventing and helping to reverse the effects of photo-aged and environmentally aged skin. Vitamin C aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells. The benefits for your skin are vast, including its ability to even out skin tone and diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Hyaluronic acid is a powerful skin-smoothing and hydrating agent that holds 1,000 times its weight in water and is well known for its skin benefits, especially alleviating dry skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by retaining moisture to the skin, creating a plumping effect. When the skin is protected and hydrated, increased skin cell production can take place, as the skin isn't busy fighting for hydration. This leads to smoother, plumper skin cells.
Derived from a yellow mountain daisy that grows in Europe and is also known as leopard's bane, arnica has traditionally been used to treat bruising. It reputedly increases circulation by stimulating white blood cell activity, thereby decreasing the amount of healing time and reducing inflammation. Normalizes superficial microcirculation, improves capillary tissue quality, it can also be used for rashes, scars, stretch marks, and some even use it to reduce the appearance of dark circles.
Biosulphur is more effective than other types of sulphur as it penetrates the epidermis more easily. When used topically it has an enormous capacity to regulate an excessive secretion of the sebaceous glands and it is therefore commonly found in treatments designed to combat the problems of greasy skin. It has antiseptic and purifying properties and is also effective at combating reddening of the skin and cleansing of the pores.
Green Tea is an antioxidant that contains catechins and anti-inflammatory properties that help combat redness and inflammation. The antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties in green tea also make it an effective treatment for acne and oily skin. According to research, the polyphenols in green tea, when applied to the skin, help reduce sebum secretion, which can lead to acne.
Salicylic Acid is derived from the bark of Birch trees and also known as Beta Hydroxy Acid. Anti-inflammatory and anti-acne, ungluing dead skin from pores, removing oil and debris.
Benzoyl Peroxide is the world’s first non-irritating formula, effectively killing 99% of acne-causing bacteria.
Kojic acid is a naturally-derived ingredient that comes from mushrooms and can be used to treat skin conditions, such as sun damage, scars, and age spots. Which works as a lightening agent by its effect on melanin production. Melanin is a naturally occurring pigment in the body that gives the eyes, hair, and skin color. An amino acid called tyrosine is needed to support the production of melanin. Kojic acid works by blocking tyrosine from forming, which then prevents melanin production. Decreased melanin production may have a lightening effect on the skin.
It is the only FDA-approved product for skin bleaching on the market, and is known as the gold standard in skin lightening. As a depigmenting agent it is used to lighten areas of darkened skin such as freckles, age spots, chloasma, and melisma caused by pregnancy, birth control pills, hormone medicine, or injury to the skin. Hydroquinone decreases the formation of melanin in the skin.
A naturally occurring dicarboxylic acid derived from rye, wheat, and barley and used as a lightener. Azelaic acid also is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, so it is highly effective in the treatment of rosacea by decreasing the swelling and redness of the skin and acne by killing the bacteria that infect pores and by decreasing production of keratin, a natural substance that can lead to the development of acne..