Plunkett's Nutri-Synergy (NS)

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Nutri-Synergy (NS) combines natural active ingredients to treat dry, sensitive and problem skin. NS works with the skin, not just on the skin’s surface.  NS is natural skincare using emollients, vitamins, minerals and plant extracts to restore, nourish and maintain the skin’s natural protective barrier.

NS is free from potential skin irritants such as petro-chemicals, paraffin, soap, sulphate surfactants, parabens, colours or perfumes. When you use NS, you are giving your skin the best.


Natural Dermatology
* Natural & Organic Active Ingredients
* Natural Skin Compatible Emollients
* Works with the Skin
* Natural Vitamins and Skin Nutrients
* Ultra Low Irritation Potential
* Supports Skin's Natural Protective Barrier
* Restores and Nourishes
* Maintains Skin’s Healthy Condition
* Professionally Recommended
Free From
* NO Petro-chemicals
* NO Paraffin
* NO Parabens
* NO Propylene Glycol
* NO Soaps 
* NO Sulphate Surfactants (SLS/SLES)
* NO Colours
* NO Perfumes
* NO Animal Testing









Dehydration is caused when water is stripped from the skin by products and environmental factors. Dryness is when
the skin produces little or no oil naturally. Dehydrated skin needs a moisturiser that contains humectants that replenish
water levels. Dry skin needs a moisturiser that contains emollients to keep the skin’s protective barrier intact.

Humectant - A humectant attracts and retains moisture to keep skin moist. Examples include urea, glycerine and
sodium PCA.
Emollient - Softens or smooths the skin to help reduce rough, itchy or flaky skin. Emollients are oil based. An
emollient describes a particular ingredient in a finished moisturiser. Examples of emollients include, coconut oil,
avocado oil, grapeseed oil, shea butter and cocoa butter.

DRY SKIN - is dehydrated and dull and feels tight and parched
VERY DRY SKIN - is usually dry to touch and looks flaky, scaly, red and irritated
SENSITIVE SKIN - is thinner and weaker than normal skin, the skin’s barrier function may be compromised and so it
reacts to environmental factors (e.g. pollen, weather ) or irritants (petro-chemical’s, soaps, colours, fragrances).
There may also be genetic factors which affect the skin e.g. histamine levels in the body.
PROBLEM SKIN - includes chronically dry, inflamed or irritated skin including medical conditions such as
Eczema and skin disorders such as Psoriasis. For problem skin it is important to help strengthen and improve the skin’s
protective barrier function without irritating the skin.