Hormone-Balancing Skincare

Research shows that there has been a record-breaking rise in hormonal imbalance-related
illnesses in women over the years. According to research done by The Endocrine Society,
pollution and the accumulation of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, known as EDCs, in the body
are thought to be the underlying cause.

Women’s Endocrine System & Skin Health

The endocrine system produces and regulates hormones produced in a woman’s ovaries, adrenal glands, and thyroid glands. These are the organs which act as chemical messengers in many of the body’s essential functions, such as growth and immunity.

Studies between hormonal changes and their impact on skin health are ongoing, but there is evidence to believe hormonal wellness is directly linked to healthy skin.

Women’s Endocrine System & Skin Health

The endocrine system produces and regulates hormones produced in a woman’s ovaries, adrenal glands, and thyroid glands. These are the organs which act as chemical messengers in many of the body’s essential functions, such as growth and immunity.

Studies between hormonal changes and their impact on skin health are ongoing, but there is evidence to believe hormonal wellness is directly linked to healthy skin.

What Are EDCs?

EDCs are toxic chemicals in the environment, our food sources, and our personal care products that mimic the  body’s hormones and interfere with the way our hormones work. At Knours, we’re very serious about making sure every single ingredient is safe and effective to ensure no hormonal disturbance. We carefully select our ingredients to formulate products which are 100% free of harmful EDCs.

What Are EDCs?

EDCs are toxic chemicals in the environment, our food sources, and our personal care products that mimic the  body’s hormones and interfere with the way our hormones work. At Knours, we’re very serious about making sure every single ingredient is safe and effective to ensure no hormonal disturbance. We carefully select our ingredients to formulate products which are 100% free of harmful EDCs.

3 M’s & 3 S’s - Why the 3 M’s?

3M’s & 3S’s - Why the 3S’s?

We have identified and targeted the three major hormonal cycles of a woman’s life to be menstruation, maternity, and menopause (the 3 M’s). During each of these cycles, women struggle with a plethora of symptoms which we have classified broadly to all affect sleep, stress, and stamina. Studies and surveys show that each of these 3 S’s have a direct correlation to your skin; the more well-rested, relaxed, and ready you are, the more vibrant your skin is.

Knowing your skin during the 3 M’s and how it reacts to hormonal changes in your body will make you more aware and cautious of what you put on your face. Strive for internal and external wellness by knowing how your 3 S’s affect your well-being during your 3 M’s, and healthier skin will be a direct outcome.