DISCOVER

HOCL FOR YOUR
SKIN + HOME

SAY HELLO TO A HEALTHIER LIFE

LUMION life’s mission is to create a healthier lifestyle starting with your largest organ, your skin. We are exposed to environmental aggressors + toxins daily. You hold the power to decrease your exposure to these dangerous toxins. Choose wisely, choose LUMION.

Non-toxic + non-irritating protection for your skin + home.

LUMION’s proprietary HOCL is family-safe + highly effective. HOCL is naturally found in the human white blood cells so it works with you, not against you.

We believe in products that are better for you and the planet. Every product we make is thoughtfully formulated to keep your skin + home luminous.

Hey You, You brighten our day too!

Sophisticated Science = Radical Results

Safety and efficacy of LUMION skin in managing acne through assessment
of its lesions and erythema. See study on Science page.

Breakouts


Products Used | LUMION skin Miracle Mist + Save My Skin Serum

Time | 12 Weeks

"When I first started using LUMION it took aa week for me to notice a difference in my skin, but now if I don’t use it I notice! Then after a few uses of the serum + mist my skin clears up again. It has been my skin saver!”

Breakouts + Redness + Inflammation


Products Used | LUMION skin Miracle Mist + Save My Skin Serum

Time | 4 Weeks

"When I first started using LUMION it took a week for me to notice a difference in my skin, but now if I don't use it I notice! Then after a few uses of the serum + mist my skin clears up again. It has been my skin saver.!"

Mimics the body’s immune system

Salt + Water + Electricity

Non-Toxic

Safe + Effective

Eco-Friendly

Illuminate your Skin

“My journey to skin freedom was a rough road. I felt discouraged and anxious while hiding behind my makeup and hair. Our mission is to lead you on a smooth, simple journey to clear and healthy skin – skin freedom. We promise you will never look back.”
xx Amy Briant

Illuminate your Home

“Household cleansers are even more dangerous than anyone imagined.”
American Journal of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine, February 2018


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