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The skincare expert incorporating metaphysical theories into her products


TextTish Weinstock

Drawing on scientific theories about frequencies, Marie Reynolds launches her first ever skincare line and first to market Dermal Resonance System

With over 30 years in the business, skincare expert Marie Reynolds has built her career around the notion that if you want to heal something on the outside, you’ve got to start from within. “I like to be known as a Noetic therapist because Noetics is all about how thoughts and emotions affect the human form,” she says, of the complicated brand of metaphysical philosophy. “It’s all based on theories about how energy equates to matter. So the easiest explanation I can give you is that if someone gives you bad news, you get a physical response. It either goes straight to your gut and you want to throw up, or your knees go weak. Or if you’re excited, you get butterflies. People who hold onto anger or frustration and won’t let things go will often have a predisposition for arthritis.”

Known for her miracle-working facials, which she gives out of her practice, Marie is finally bottling up her magic and putting it into a series of products launched today, themed around three core pillars. There’s Within, a collection of six supplements aimed at cellular nutrition and visceral hydration; Outside, a collection of topical products that will balance the epidermal flora, fortify the skin, protect and support the skin’s integrity; and Future Proofing, a series of products that boosts the skin’s natural microflora and fauna to create a healthy and well-functioning epidermal microbiome.

On top of this, Marie has just unveiled her latest project, the Dermal Resonance System - a system that has been around 40 years which will revolutionise skincare as we know it. “It’s based on quantum physics,” says Marie. “Every single thing in this universe is made up of atoms and frequencies. When you get two cells that are healthy, they have a lovely conversation going on or a frequency. But when we are unwell, there is an imbalance. This can be due to environmental factors, genetic factors, what we eat, what we think, pathogens, mould, viruses, all of which have their own frequencies and tend to interfere with the healthy cellular communication, like white noise.”

From a pinprick test, the machine is able to pick up frequencies that may cause an imbalance in the skin, frequencies from allergens, moulds and bacterias. The frequencies can then be imprinted into two of the products that may 'cancel out' the white noise and support any skin imbalance. But beyond that, Marie is also able to add personalised frequencies of other skincare boosters including tissue salts, homoeopathic remedies, vitamins, crystals, minerals and even hormones that can be added into any of her products, with the idea being that for the first time ever, you can use a topical skincare completely personalised to your skin’s need.

Launched today, the Marie Reynolds Skincare Collection is exclusively available at her online store.

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