• Repair dry skins damaged barrier, build immunity for improved resistance.
  • How to boost your immune system inside and out. Excessive hand washing and sanitizing dries out your skin and makes it less resistant and more susceptible to pathogens such as COVID-19, influenza, infections, etc. This video describes how to boost your immune system with vitamins and minerals. How to repair your skin barrier, making it more resistant with increased immunity.


Repair and prevent dry damaged skin from hand sanitizers and excessive washing.

Use a high-quality anti-aging serum that contains:

  • High levels of vitamins B3, B5, B8, C, and E
  • Minerals such as zinc and sulfur (MSM)
  • Matrixyl 3000 peptides
  • Longer hydration such as 72-hours



Serums that have single ingredient claims. These offer limited results and will not replenish the compounds and nutrients that your skin requires to repair and boost its immunity. Avoid products such as:

  • Vitamin C serum
  • Hyaluronic Acid Serum


Dr. Eric Trehus teaches us what vitamins and minerals will boost our immune system during the coronavirus COVID-19 helping us reduce the impact or risk if you encounter the virus.

  • Get at least 8 hours sleep
  • Get outside and walk
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Try to eliminate stress

Take the following vitamins and minerals daily during the COVED-19 outbreak. Recommendations by Dr. Eric Trehus.

  • Multivitamin with minerals (preferably with meals)
  • Vitamin D3: 4000 IU during this period of the epidemic (and then back off to 2000 IU daily indefinitely)
  • Zinc tablets: 50 mg
  • Fish oil: 1000 mg
  • Vitamin C: 1000 mg

Instructions for DIY Hand Sanitizer with moisturizer and aloe:

DIY Effective Hand Sanitizer with Aloe Vera 10X-D

  • Seven parts 70% IPA isopropyl alcohol
  • Two parts one of the following: 1. Glycerin OR 2. Olive Oil
  • One-part Aloe Vera 10X-D Note: this aloe is specific to skincare. It will replenish your skin and help rehydrate after the alcohol.
  • Two squirts moisturizer. This will help moisturize and keep in solution.
  • Add to a small container. Note: you may find them at the Dollar Store, Walmart, or Target’s travel section.
  • Shake before use
  • Rub web for 30 seconds for maximum benefit.
  • Do not rely on any hand sanitizer to effectively control pathogens. They help, but best to wear impermeable gloves, not touch questionable surfaces, and don’t touch your face when out and about.

Covid-19 and skin care

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus in December 2019, there have been multiple preventive measures endorsed by the WHO and healthcare professionals. Since no cure has been found for the disease yet, preventive measures are essential to follow. The critical element to prevent the infection is a strong immunity.

Even though there are several ways to boost your immunity internally, vitamin supplements, and a varied diet, healthy skin is also essential. A skin with any cuts, sores, or wounds can make the body susceptible to bacterial infections1. Evidently, bacterial infections can result in an immunocompromised state of the body and hence, results in the body catching a number of opportunistic infections, and the individual becomes high-risk for Coronavirus as well.

To maintain skin health, it is essential to keep the skin well-hydrated and moisturized2. Dry skin can dissolve the lipid bilayer of the skin due to which the skin loses its purpose of being a barrier
against the disease. To counter this, instead of chemical-based moisturizers, aloe vera 10X-D gel can be used. Aloe vera 10X-D has hydrating properties and moisturizes the skin. As a result, the skin retains its lipid bilayer and effectively stops bacterial pathogens3, which can make the body vulnerable to Coronavirus.

1 “Department Of Health | 4 Germs And Disease”. Www1.Health.Gov.Au, 2010, 2 Gale, Rebecca. “Don’T Just Wash Your Hands To Prevent Coronavirus. Moisturize Them, Too.”. The Washington Post, 2020, Accessed 2 Apr 2020. 3 Dal’Belo, Susi Elaine et al. “Moisturizing Effect Of Cosmetic Formulations Containing Aloe Vera Extract In Different Concentrations Assessed By Skin Bioengineering Techniques”. Skin Research And

Moreover, aloe vera gel made of small polymer chain molecules has a higher absorption rate. It boosts the production of collagen, which can speed up the healing process of wounds too4. Therefore, the chances of Coronavirus contagion reduces significantly. The wounds would heal faster, and the spread through cuts and wounds could be ceased.

Another product that can boost the skins health is a multi ingredient anti-aging serum. Anti-aging serums with a number of ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, 72-hour hydration, Matrixyl 3000 and caffien for increased circulation, not only stop the destruction of skin proteins elastin and collagen but also trigger the production of these proteins5. As a result, skin health improves greatly, and the risk of catching Coronavirus is decreased.

In times like these, it is essential to keep your skin health in check. It is widely believed by medical professionals that an open cut not only compromises the immunity of the body but can also be an essential site of catching Coronavirus. Along with that, poor skin health, dryness, dissolved lipid bilayer of the skin, and impaired elastin and collagen in the skin can put your body at risk to get COVID-19. Hence, the use of aloe vera 10X-D or a multi ingredient anti aging product, especially those made of small polymer chains and anti-aging serums, can protect people against the disease as well.