Your skin is a thriving ecosystem that reflects your health and vitality. However, many people treat their skin like a vinyl covering for their body; a waterproof membrane that separates them from the external world. That couldn’t be further from the truth. Your skin isn’t a simple barrier. It’s actually a dynamic interaction, a means of engagement with the external world.
Your skin, like your gastrointestinal tract, is home to an amazing biome that includes the billions of living bacteria, fungi, viruses and insects that work synergistically with your own body to keep you looking great. Your skin is vital to your overall health and wellbeing.
A lot of people are squeamish at the thought that there are insects and other organisms living on them. Everyone has millions of insects crawling on them all the time and they’re really important for the health of your skin. They’re like pets for the skin biome. They’re tiny little mites. You can’t see them, you can’t feel them – but they’re vital.
These insects are important for lots of reasons. One reason is that they create biomatter that mixes with our dead skin cells and forms a nutrient rich layer on the skin. Your biome thrives in this nutrient rich barrier and without it you are very unwell.
Your skin biome works very closely with your body to orchestrate the production of your skin, the appearance of your skin, the blood flow and repair mechanisms of your skin, your immune system and your skins ability to cope with sun damage and age with beautiful skin.
How is this achieved? Well the organisms of the skin biome produce certain biologically active metabolites that provide information to your body, directing the amount and quality of the new skin produced by the dermis, your skins metabolism, immune system, circulatory system and protects you from any external nasties.
A healthy skin biome means healthy skin.
There are many ways that you can damage your skin biome but one of the most common is the use of antibacterial products. This isn’t just the ubiquitous antibacterial gels, many of these products can be hidden in your everyday skincare and cosmetics.
Camel Milk Skincare Products
Our modern society has become obsessed with being “clean” but that is often at the cost of good health. If you kill all the bacteria and fungi on your skin it will affect your dermis and epidermis, your immune system and lead to skin thinning, wrinkles and blemishes and can lead to inflammatory skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
To develop its skincare ranges, Summer Land conducted a review of over a thousand skincare and cosmetic products. This review was disturbing. The majority of skincare and cosmetic products contain ingredients that are not only harmful to your skin biome but also very harmful to you. These harmful ingredients act insidiously over many years leading to damaged, aged skin.
What we all want is a skincare or cosmetic product that not only does its job but also doesn’t harm you or your biome.
Summer Land Camels Artisan Skincare range was specifically designed to moisturize, repair and gently clean your skin whilst actively supporting a thriving natural healthful skin biome.
Camel Milk is almost the perfect ingredient for your skin. Camel milk contains vitamins, minerals, phospholipids, essential fatty acids, alpha hydroxy acids, immune proteins and prebiotics (food for your skin biome). Camel milk supports and promotes a healthy, biodiverse biome, reduces inflammation and stimulates your body to generate healthy youthful skin. The results are amazing.
Many of our customers have seen massive changes in their skin as a result of using our Artisan Camel Milk Skincare products on their skin. From eczema, psoriasis, severely sun damaged and dry skin, oily skin, acne, and simply healthier younger looking skin.
With several further ranges in development and production. Summer Land Camels is changing the global skincare landscape forever. Delivering only natural products that support your health and vitality.