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Cel­lu­lar prop­er­ties now pen­e­trate deep within the skin, keep­ing signs of age­ing at bay and im­prov­ing skin re­newal

The Australian Women's Weekly - - Fashion Workshop -

“When my skin is well-hy­drated both in­ter­nally and ex­ter­nally it ap­pears firmer and plumper, which ul­ti­mately trans­lates to a more vi­brant look­ing com­plex­ion.” –Sharon Hunt Beauty Ed­i­tor, The Aus­tralian Woman’ s Weekly

Age­ing is in­evitable; and while signs of age­ing present dif­fer­ently for each per­son, skin care tech­nol­ogy is bet­ter than ever, al­low­ing your skin to look it’s best for longer. Whether your ma­jor con­cern is loss of vol­ume, fine lines and wrin­kles or un­even skin tone and age spots, a few key in­gre­di­ents can se­ri­ously help. Pro­mot­ing cell re­newal, in­creas­ing firm­ness and plump­ness and pro­tect­ing your com­plex­ion from dam­ag­ing ex­ter­nal ag­gres­sors, such as pol­lu­tion and sun dam­age are all key fac­tors in keep­ing signs of age­ing at bay.

Hyaluronic acid works to pen­e­trate the sur­face and deeply hy­drate the skin, while cre­a­tine and col­la­gen re­plen­ish vol­ume that the skin loses as it ages. The ap­pli­ca­tion of these in­gre­di­ents not only man­u­ally firms the skin but also en­cour­ages and speeds up the nat­u­ral cell re­newal process, smooth­ing fine lines and as­sist­ing the skin to re­pair and re­plen­ish, evening skin tone in the process.

Say hello to hy­drated, ra­di­ant and firmer skin.

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