Tracking Tuesday: Sun Damage

It’s no secret that tanning beds majorly increase your risk of developing melanoma and escalate sun damage and aged skin! Today we are sharing the results of a young woman who excessively used tanning beds (see the goggle marks?). Before using our Regimen, she had uneven skin tone, rough texture, mild acne, discoloration and melasma.The colored photos are of the surface of the skin and show what is visible to the naked eye; the black and white photos are the ultraviolet photos that show 3mm deep underneath the surface of the skin.

Photos taken with Somme Institute’s medical camera showing the surface of the skin. Left: Before MDT5™, Right: After MDT5™

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Interview with Gillian Zinser

Actress, artist and devoted Somme Institute fan, Gillian Zinser, uses our Regimen for clear, glowing skin. We’re obsessed with her style (check out her recent feature on The Coveteur where she shares some of her vintage pieces and prized possessions like her hat collection) and her flawless beauty looks! Today she shares some of her best beauty tips and tricks with us.

“I’m absolutely sworn over – the products are BRILLIANT – my skin’s clearer and smoother in texture than any time I can remember before.” - Gillian Zinser

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Tracking Tuesday: How One Customer Stopped The Aging Process

Model and fitness professional, Gloria Dare, initially began using the Somme Institute Regimen as a participant in our clinical study in 1999, which was 14 years ago. She immediately experienced dramatic results in her skin and has been using it ever since!

Prior to starting our Regimen, Gloria had oily acne-prone skin with fine lines, and discoloration due to sun damage and aging. After diligently using our Regimen 2x/day as directed, her skin began to dramatically change: there was a reversal of discoloration, sun damage and fine lines; her sebaceous glands were more controlled, thus producing less oil and preventing clogged pores.

Here are her before and after images taken in 1999:

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