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Heal Your Skin with Fulvic Acid

Updated: Feb 13

Fulvic Acid is nature’s best kept secret! We’d like to change all that. Learn why and how to harness the many benefits of this truly remarkable compound.

What is Fulvic Acid?

Only found in humus, a deep layer of earth rich in minerals and nutrients, fulvic acid contains over 70 minerals, amino acids, sugars, peptides, nucleic acids, phytochemical compounds, vitamins, and fragments of plant DNA.

“You can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment, ultimately to a mineral deficiency“. -Dr Linus Pauling, winner of two Nobel Prizes

How does it work?

Known as a Super Cell Conductor – Fulvic Acid helps our body make use of all the nutrients and minerals we consume. When they come into contact with each other, the minerals are dissolved into a form that your body can use. By fusing with the fulvic acid at an extremely small size, nutrients are delivered directly to your cells. Fulvic Acid makes cells more receptive and able to absorb nutrients, mobilizing food and skincare products to treat deficiencies, eliminate free radicals and slow the effects of aging.

When ingested, fulvic acid bonds with heavy metals such as lead and mercury and converts them into inactive compounds that your body eliminates naturally.

What can it do for my skin?

Research suggests Fulvic Acid assists in every stage of cellular rejuvenation by both neutralizing toxins and transporting nutrients to your skin cells. By improving cellular metabolism, fulvic acid can reduce inflammation (bringing down redness and swelling) and diminish wrinkles. After just one application, it helps to brighten, tone, and rejuvenate the skin. The compound also has a protective effect against ultraviolet radiation. Therefore, it may help slow down aging when used in skin care products. Fulvic acid can be used on its own in a skincare product but it's great teamed with a vitamin C serum or sunscreen for a boosted brightening effect. In addition to its anti-inflammatory benefits, fulvic acid also has antibacterial and antifungal properties that can treat athlete’s foot and toenail fungus, which is a very persistent ailment that is very difficult to treat.

Topically, Fulvic Acid can be used to effectively treat:

  • Eczema

  • Psoriasis

  • Abrasions

  • open cuts

  • Wounds

  • Burns

  • leg ulcers

  • insect bites

  • Toenail fungus

  • Athlete's Foot

  • and many more skin problems

The #1 ingredient in our Terra Balm is Fulvic Acid. See the effects below.

Humic substances, such as fulvic acid, have astringent activity — whereby skin cells contract — to promote:

  • skin cleansing

  • tightening of pores

  • reducing oily secretions

  • decreasing itch and irritation

How can I get Fulvic Acid naturally?

High levels of fulvic acid are found in organically grown vegetables, especially those whose roots grow deeper underground. Such plants include potatoes, radishes, beets, carrots and other root vegetables.

Foods highest in Fulvic acid will be those found growing in healthy soils such as Radishes, Beetroots, Parsnips, Carrots, Turnips, as well as foods grown in large bodies of natural water such as Seaweed and Kelp.

What products can I use topically to reap the benefits of Fulvic Acid?

Our Terra Balm has been designed to take full advantage of the benefits of Fulvic Acid that is sourced from a family owned mine in Utah. We took great care in formulating this balm to treat burns, rashes, wounds and more.

The ​​Intense Rejuvenating Serum harnesses the power of hyaluronic acid to pull the fulvic acid into your pores, allowing it to work it’s magic reducing signs of inflammation, aging and sun damage.

Our Hydroshave Gel is formulated with a unique suspension of oils & carefully selected ingredients to ensure a smooth, close shave with no irritation, redness or razor burn no matter what blade you use! The skin is left feeling smooth, hydrated & refreshed.

If you have more questions about how Fulvic Acid can help address your skin concerns, please schedule a free consult with us today!


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