Osmosis Beauty Blog

Osmosis Products may be purchased at http://www.karinherzog-jmilan.com


JoElla Milan is a licensed Esthetician and has used Osmosis Skin Care since it first Inception. She has a long business relationship with Dr. Ben Johnson the creator and formulator for Osmosis Skin Care.  Prior, she had used CosMedix Skin Care since 1999.  This is another line Dr. Ben Johnson had created and formulated.   JoElla loves the new state of the art ingredients in the Osmosis products, plus the fact Dr. Johnson is always researching and finding ways to improve skin care as we know it.   Everyday there is new technology on skin care.  Dr. Johnson is always updating products so he can be on top of the latest in skin care.

You may order Osmosis Products on her skin care website.  http://www.karinherzog-jmilan.com

JoElla Milan

JoElla Milan

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  1. Help! I’ve been using Catalyst AC-11 and Stemfactor (evenings only) since December with my regular day cream (Neutrogena Naturals Multi-Vitamin Nourishing Moisturizer) and skin just wasn’t looking or feeling great. Felt a little dry and itchy but I was waiting to see if it would work. I went out of town for a week recently and only used my Neutrogena and skin looked great again. Came back and started on Catalyst and Stemfactor (nights only) and immediately broke out in a rash on face and neck (where I applied). Discontinued use, talked to my facialist who seemed unsure about what was up. She suggested it was reacting with my day cream (Neutrogena) so purchased Quench and Clear Plus+ and I’m a week in and my face is dry, itchy and broken out (not normal for me, I’m 50). Stick with it or discontinue altogether? Frances


    • Honestly I would discontinue the Neutrogena. It is not good for the skin. The Osmosis is probably trying to purge out the skin. You may use the Catalyst once a day. Try the Catalyst AM and Stem Factor PM. After your skin is use to it, you may use them at the same time. The Quench should help. It is so hydrating. Osmosis makes big changes to the skin. You may be a little sensitive. I would go slowly until your skin adjusts. At 50 you need good products that will make a difference in the skin. Neutrogena is not it. Trust me when say that.


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