• Feed the skin naturally


    Human beings are said to be the most rationale element in the nature’s web. And consequently the health and beauty of human beings is totally connected with the health and beauty of our natural surroundings. Although developed and modernized society has contributed many accomplishments for our day to day lives. But, it has also swamped our natural surroundings with a wide array of artificial chemicals and other contaminated wastes that is not only endangering for our environment but poses an adverse impact on our health as well.

    The substance we opt to consume (eat), as well as the merchandises we prefer to utilize, will have qualitative effects on our health and lifestyle. Thus, while selecting beauty and skincare products, one should keep in mind that whatever we put on our skin will most probably get into our body through pores found on our skin.


    Alas! Majority of widely used cosmetic and beauty products are endangered with mineral oils, man-made preservatives and other extremely processed and polluted constituents that are not at all good for your skin nor do they possess nourishing, revitalizing or therapeutic elements.

    With the passage of time and use, these non-organic skin care products make the skin look overburdening, lack-luster and lose its texture in an attempt to cope with these extraneous substances.

    Our body represents us, thus it is logical to take a good care of it in a very intellectual manner. We must cautiously choose the merchandise we plan to use on ourselves. In simple words, natural skin care products are more beneficial for our health as well as the environment.

    Good and safe natural skin care products are prepared with organic elements as proposed by nature and are manufactured in the way that they are free from mineral oils, man-made preservatives, added colors and scents, and various other substandard or injurious ingredients.

    By opting for top class real organic skin care products made with ingredients grown or raised without synthetic ingredients will assure you of getting nature’s care that is beneficial and, on top of everything, safe for your body as well as skin.

    That is why The Door of Youth Skincare are born in 2006.

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  • How to look fabulous when we reach our 40's

    As we age our skin starts to look dull, firmness disappears, the youthful glow is diminishing. Why does this happen & how can we look fabulous in our 40’s? Our facial skin is made up of three layers the epidermis (what we see), dermis (the middle layer) and subcutaneous layer (the third layer).

    Our skin, due to shedding of skin cells, replaces itself every 7 years. Your skin sheds every 28-45 days, rejuvenating the epidermis and allowing the next generation of skin cells to come forward. What happens is we get a BUILD UP of DEAD SKIN CELLS this will make our skin look tired, uneven tone & fine wrinkles may appear. With young skin types they get blocked pores that forms pimples and scar tissue. We shed about 40 lbs of skin in a lifetime! The dead skin needs to be slough off to allow the new cells to the top.

    If you want a more youthful skin use a product that is rich in Alpha Hydroxy Acid or Glycolic Acid, key ingredient in The Door of Youth skincare Naturally sourced AHA is made from sugar cane, has the smallest molecule of all the Alpha Hydroxy Acids which gives it the best permeability of all the AHA’s.

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  • Acne causes suicide in teenagers, there is a natural way to treat acne.

    With 32 years in the beauty profession, I am still learning each day and always reading Professional Beauty Magazine. It shocked me on Sunday when reading an leading Australian Magazine that teenagers ( overseas) have committed suicide from a lower income family as they couldn’t afford treatment for their children.
    One may think this is to the extreme; depression can cause a person to do many things.
    At that teenage years pimple or acne can start and parents want to help their teenage boy or girl as best as they can. Parent take there teenager to a chemist or a Doctor and follow their lead, as they can see the pain and suffering on their child face.
    Teenagers and peer group pressure, we always hear how the one with pimples/acne is picked on. The girl will cover up with heavy makeup, the boys will grow their hair so do their best at the cover up and have seen many wear foundation to cover up.
    SELF ESTEEM is affected and the person starts to get depressed. So the Doctor says “Let’s start Roacutane” this will clear up the acne and all will be good!! Or the great ProActiv is used as we see on TV this will clear the skin from acne like the stars. Also ProActiv it will remove the colour from the towels that are used like bleach, wonder what causes that. Benzoyl Peroxide this is the cause.

    What is a frighten aspect is Roacutane causes “DEPRESSION”
    I recommend reading this blog written by Naturopath Sam Beau Patrick. Sam has explained here in detail http://sambeaupatrick.com/roacutane-is-the-scarring-on-the-inside-worth-saving-the-scarring-on-the-outside/
    I recall my son having pimples at 16 years of age and he would always ask me to buy a supermarket range to clear up his skin that he saw advertised on TV. One day out shopping we had a look at this product and it was 100% chemical based and I said NO you will not use this on your skin. Continue Reading

  • Kelly Lowry Testimony

    Kelly Lowry has been in the beauty profession and formulator of an international skin care company. We are so excited that Kelly is a fan of The Door of Youth Skincare.

  • Renew your skin in 21 days

    Skin Renewal Serum apply 3 – 6 nights a week to get amazing results, buy today and at your door in 3-5 days. Retails at $48 last up to 4 months.

    Have a youthful day


  • How to use The Door of Youth Skincare

    Simple 3 step 3 minute skincare RICH in Glycolic to maintain and regain youthful skin.

  • Benefits of Microdermabrasion

    Benefits of Microdermabrasion – Regeneration confirmed in 2000 Dr Mark Rubin and  Dr Steven Greenbaum statement

    The results where an increase in the dermal layer, new collagen formation, renewed plumpness of the skin resulting in more youthful appearance. Positive effects of Microdermabrasion fines lines will diminish, acne or scar tissue soften, the epidermis will have a youthful glow & the dermal layer is stimulated which slows the aging.

    Improvement can be seen after 1 Microdermabrasion, a course of 6 is recommend over 12 weeks and then maintenance is 1 every 6-8 weeks.

    Microdermabrasion was introduced into the beauty services in the 1990’s.

    From the day we are born to the day we die the top layer of our skin dies every 24 days, unlike a snake that sheds is out layer of skin, we get a build up of dead skin cells.

    This over the years gives us a dull & lifeless looking skin. Fine lines appear, pigmentation darkens, pores more open, scar tissues looks deeper, skin looks dull. We use exfoliations or scrub these product just skim the surface.

    The 3 layers of the skin Epidermis – dermis – subcutaneous layer.

    Resurfacing treatments that create trauma to the skin have been replaced with the safe, rejuvenating, non – invasive approach of microdermabrasion, skin needling and IPL skin rejuvenation treatment.

    Preserving yout, microdermabrasion has the distinction of bringing new approach to skin care. Its ability to gently yet effectively refine & smooth the skin surface while stimulating the elastin & collagen in the dermal layer in the deeper layers of the skin.

    One main key to its success is the micro massage action of the treatment. While the focus is on the epidermis, the suction used to prepare the skin and remove the crystals stimulates blood flow with its essential nutrients & oxygen to nourish the skin & fortify the cells. The flushing movement generated below the surface by the lymph flow provides cleansing & balancing benefits.

    All skin types will benefit from microdermabrasion, from 14 yr old with acne to women in her 60’s. Instant results are seen after one treatment; as we have released the dead skin cells the serums & treatments applied with have deeper penetration giving greater benefits.

    Doing a facial with out preparing the skin with a micro, the dead skin cells are still there, serums & treatments will only sit on top of the dead skin cells not giving result that women want.

    What do women want RESULTS & we want it NOW

    Formulation of The Door of Youth Skincare: In 2006 I formulated my skin care the biggest challenge combining the correct ingredients to give maximun results.

    One of the key ingredients is sugar can or as people knows as AHA or Glycolic.

    Let me explain the benefits of using The Door fo Youth Skincare.  Each time you use a cleanser with AHA it is slowly buffing away the dead skin cells it has to be above 2.5 % to be off benefit, if the label does not show the % of AHA it will be of no value.

    Serums penetrate deeper them lotions or moisturizer.  Those rich in Aha when used at night, while you sleeping will gentle unglue the build up of dead skin cells, then in the morning cleansing with AHA cleanser will buff the dead skin cells giving a more youthful, even tone glow to the skin over a period of time.

    Results will be seen within 3 weeks when using The Door of Youth 3 step 3 minute skin care 100% natural and organic.

    Have a beauty question? email debbie@doorofyouth.com

    Have a youthful day

    Debbie Majella

    See my skin at 52 years old

    My skin at 52 years old after 6 years using TDOY

  • Natural skincare does give results.

  • Day 6 on 21 day challenge to a healthy body


  • Natural Ingredients in The Door of Youth Skincare

    Lavender Oil

    Jojoba Oil

    Macadamia Oil


    The Door of Youth skincare ingredients are excellent for maintaining a youthful complexion and reversing the damage on aged skin.

    When we look at the ingredients and the benefits if you are not using The Door of Youth skincare you will be SOON!

    Grab a cuppa of herbal tea; let me share with you the beautiful ingredients in the Revitalising Moisturiser.

    Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Extract – Would you ever think that an herb used with cooking would be so beneficial. Is an antioxidant that helps neutralise potentially harmful free radicals that are involved in premature ageing of skin, rosemary also protects against bacteria.

    Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) Oil* Invaluable for all types of skin, soothing, anti-inflammatory, regenerative, and reduces scarring. Lavender is uplifting, relaxing an antibacterial and also calms the skin.

    Macadamia Nut Oil* – (Macadamia ternifolia) Also sometimes called Queensland nut oil as it is native to Australia. Excellent moisturizing properties and a good source of palmitoleic acid Recently Omega-7 has become the darling of the skin care industry. Little was known about it but we’ve discovered that palmitoleic acid is one of the basic building blocks in our skin and helps to prevent wounds, scratches and burns. It is found in both the sebum and in our fatty tissues. It is the most active anti-microbial in sebum and helps wounds from getting infected. Palmitoleic acid production in our skin declines as we get older, but by topically applying palmitoleic acid, we can help mature or dry skin stay moisturized and supple. Palmitoleic acid has anti-oxidant properties and can also offer some protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays.

    Cetyl Alcohol (vegetable derived from Coconut or Pam Oil) – Is a fatty alcohol used as an emollient, emulsifier, thickener, and carrying agent for other ingredients.
    Glyceryl Stearate (derived from fatty alcohols in Palm and Coconut Oil) An emulsifier and emulsion stabilizer, GMS is also used as an emollient and viscosity builder in creams and lotions. Biodegradable and practically non-toxic orally and it causes no skin and minimal eye irritation.

    Avocado (Persea gratissima) Oil* – Avocado oil known at the youthful mineral, increase the amount of collagen in the skin, rich in vitamin A, D & E.

    Zinc Oxide – Zinc oxide has been used to protect, soothe, and heal the skin. Because it absorbs both UVA and UVB rays of ultraviolet light, zinc oxide can be used in ointments, creams, and lotions to protect against sunburn.
    Cetostearyl Alcohol (vegetable derived) – Is a fatty alcohol used as an emollient, emulsifier, thickener, and carrying agent for other ingredients. It is derived from Coconut or Palm Oil.
    Jojoba (Buxus chinensis) Oil* – Pressed from the nuts of the Jojoba bush it is not really an oil but a “liquid wax” and mimics the skin’s surface. Closely resembles skin’s natural oils; contains protein and minerals, and is good for all skin types, to soothe, soften, nourish and protect. Jojoba oil is light and easily absorbed; helps prevent stretch marks. It contains a natural source of Vitamin E, regenerates tired skin, regulates the outer protective layer and stimulates re-growth of skin cells. Jojoba oil makes the skin silky soft and prolongs youthful and supple appearance. It firms skin and helps prevent wrinkles. Jojoba oil can be used as an alternative to sun cream up to 4 SPF.

    Hyaluronic acid – Fights wrinklesThe ‘cement’ in this matrix that holds skin tissue together. This structural component of the skin forms a gel between cells in the skin’s upper and lower layers where it helps to ensure that the skin is adequately hydrated. Hyaluronic acid is one of the most expensive raw materials in cosmetics. It is extracted from natural substances by means of a biological process. Hyaluronic acid is a valuable active ingredient in cosmetics, which regulates the moisture balance of the skin. It is marked by an extremely high capacity to retain moisture.

    Consumers sometimes misunderstand Hyaluronic acid and few realize the nearly magical properties that it contains. Although it is called an “acid” it occurs naturally in the skin (and joints) and its moisturizing properties are of such nature to remove wrinkles and it carries no risk of allergies.
    It is so effective that it will penetrate the dermis and epidermis within 30 minutes of application and this fact was well documented in clinical trails, which show that it not only passively diffuses into the skin, but is made possible by active transport into the skin.