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WELCOME TO THE

ALLIES ACADEMY

Alongside our Black Friday event, throughout November we're offering exclusive courses and a host of guests lectures to educate and reward our community with exclusive offers for course attendees.


Below you'll find the ALLIES Academy course catalog, bonus teacher notes post-lectures, and a detailed lecture syllabus.

WELCOME TO THE

ALLIES ACADEMY

Alongside our Black Friday event, throughout November we're offering exclusive courses and a host of guests lectures to educate and reward our community with exclusive offers for course attendees.


Below you'll find the ALLIES Academy course catalog, bonus teacher notes post-lectures, and a detailed lecture syllabus.

ALLIES Academy

Course Catalog & Guest Speakers.
JOIN THE CLASS ON INSTAGRAM LIVE.

    • IG LIVE 01
    • Class notes
    • 01NOVEMBER

      Time:
      6pm CET

      An introduction to
      Ingredients 101

      Join us for a special guest lecture on the science behind our Key Allies, the best skincare ingredients to try and insights on a new Allies of Skin formula.

      FACULTY:
      Nicolas Travis
      GUEST SPEAKER:
      Caroline Hirons
    • IG LIVE 02
    • Class notes
    • IG LIVE 03
    • Class notes
    • IG LIVE 04
    • Class notes
    • 16NOVEMBER

      Time:
      6pm CET

      Skincare Beyond The Face 101

      Join us for a special guest lecture discussing skincare beyond the face, from a holistic perspective.

      FACULTY:
      Nicolas Travis
      GUEST SPEAKER:
      Amy Chang
    • IG LIVE 05
    • Class notes
    • 22NOVEMBER

      Time:

      3am CET

      An introduction to Repair & Healing Skin 101

      Join us for our first of two special guest lectures introducing our next course, Repair & Healing Skin 101, and the importance of building a skincare routine to support the microbiome.

      FACULTY:
      Nicolas Travis
      GUEST SPEAKER:
      Nikki DeRoest
    • IG LIVE 06
    • Class notes
    • 24NOVEMBER

      Time:

      5pm CET

      Skincare Q&A

      Join us for a celebratory Black Friday lecture that focuses on the skin barrier, how to prevent damage, and how to aid recovery.

      FACULTY:
      Nicolas Travis
      FACULTY:
      Alex Gilchrist
    • IG LIVE 07
    • Class notes
    • 28NOVEMBER

      Time:
      2am CET

      Repair & Healing Skin 101

      Join us for our second of two special guest lectures introducing our next course, Repair & Healing Skin 101, and the importance of building a skincare routine to support the microbiome.

      GUEST SPEAKER:
      Chanel Tyler

ALLIES ACADEMY TIMELINE

Discover this semester's courses: 

  • Ingredients 101 01/ November 1st - 10th

    Class is in session! Learn more about the breakthrough ingredients we're proud to have supercharged our formulas with to achieve maximum results. 

    MossCellTec™

    An award-winning natural adaptogen that promotes skin barrier recovery, strengthens skin against urban aggressors, improves hydration and barrier recovery.

    Found in: Bandage Balm
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    Growth Factors

    A potent active ingredient helps to stimulate collagen production and skin recovery.

    Found in: Advanced 
Lifting Serum
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    Colloidal Silver

    An antibacterial active that will quickly soothe the skin, making it perfect for fighting skin conditions, like acne.

    Found in: Promise Keeper
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    Kojic Acid

    A naturally occurring skin-restoring ingredient that works as a potent antioxidant to scavenge free radicals and is thought to help soften the appearance of hyperpigmentation and skin spots.

    Found in: STAY TUNED...
    Dioic Acid

    Dioic Acid is a next-generation acid and organic compound naturally derived from vegetables that helps reduce excess sebum, reduces imperfections, and helps improve uneven skin tone.

    Found in: DIOIC RENEWING 
CREAM
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    MSM

    This is a sulfur compound naturally occurring in our bodies. This multitasking ingredient serves as an antioxidant and helps minimize signs of premature aging by aiding in the strength, elasticity, and integrity of youthful skin..

    Found in: Advanced 
Lifting Serum
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    Manuka Honey UMF 16+

    A potent active ingredient helps to stimulate collagen production and skin recovery.

    Found in: Brightening 
Sleeping Facial
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    Copper Tripeptide

    A naturally occurring skin-restoring ingredient that works as antioxidants and is thought to stimulate collagen and elastin production, which can help soften the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation and skin spots.

    Found in: STAY TUNED...
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  • Skincare Beyond The Face 101 02/ November 11th - 20th
    DARK UNDERARMS

    This can happen for several reasons, including your genetics, irritation from products you're using, or an underlying condition – which should be ruled out by a doctor first!

    Want to do something about it?

    If you're unhappy with the cosmetic appearance of your underarms and have ruled out any possible conditions with your doctor, look to formulas featuring Niacinamide, Retinol, Kojic Acid and Hydroquinone which may help to lessen the appearance of pigmentation.

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    Dry Skin Patches

    Do you notice patches of skin that look and feel rough and itchy? Dry skin is often temporary or seasonal and has many causes including skin conditions (which you should rule out with your doctor first!), changing weather and environment, sun damage, harsh skincare products.

    Want to do something about it?

    If you're unhappy with the appearance of your dry skin, make sure you're using moisturizing formulas and using SPF to protect your skin from further damage.

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    Body Acne (AKA: BACNE)

    While acne is more common for teenagers, it can happen to people of any age and can also appear anywhere that you have oil glands on your skin (think: face, back, chest etc). This can happen for many reasons including excess sweating and friction from clothing, to stress, your diet and hormonal changes.

    Want to do something about it?

    If you're unhappy with the cosmetic appearance of your acne, there's many treatments available to help minimize the appearance and help avoid scarring. Look to non-comedogenic formulas that won't clog pores and ingredients such as salicylic acid.

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    Ingrown Hairs

    You may notice ingrown hairs after hair removal where the hair starts to grow back but doesn't break through the skin. It can result in small, swollen bumps that may feel sore.

    Want to prevent them?

    • Before hair removal, wash your skin with warm water and a mild cleanser.
    • Apply a lubricating shaving cream/gel, and use a fresh, sharp razor.
    • Shave in the direction of hair growth.
    • Rinse the blade after each stroke, then your skin with cool water once you're finished.
    • Use an exfoliator that features AHAs to help remove dead skin cells and prevent ingrown hairs.
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  • Repair & Healing Skin 101 03/ November 21st - 30th

    Understanding the Skin Barrier

    The skin barrier, also known as the moisture or lipid barrier, constitutes the outer layer of our skin. Picture it like a brick wall, where cells are bricks, and lipids like ceramides and fatty acids are the mortar. This barrier is pivotal, safeguarding vital water reserves within the body, while fending off harmful microorganisms. It plays a key role in supporting skin immunity and managing inflammation.

    A healthy skin barrier

    • Smooth,
    • Even-toned,
    • Well-hydrated,
    • Clear.

    A compromised barrier

    • Irritation,
    • Redness,
    • Inflammation, and
    • Susceptibility to issues like breakouts, dryness, and a burning sensation.

    Factors Damaging the Skin Barrier

    • Environmental stressors,
    • Emotional and physical stress,
    • Nutrition,
    • Genetic predispositions,
    • Sensitizing ingredients,
    • Excessive exfoliation,
    • Cosmetic procedures,
    • Aging.

    To restore a damaged skin barrier:

    • Pause the use of exfoliating and active ingredients.
    • Prioritize hydrating, nourishing, and healing skincare products.
    • Consistently apply SPF for protection against environmental stressors.

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