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nergy is very im­por­tant to the skin,” de­clares Dr. Na­dine Pern­odet, vice pres­i­dent of ba­sic sci­ence re­search at Estée Lauder Com­pa­nies. With over 12 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in sci­en­tific re­search and hav­ing de­vel­oped high-per­for­mance skin­care prod­ucts for Estée Lauder, the doc­tor knows ex­actly what is re­spon­si­ble for dull com­plex­ions, sag­ging jaw lines, crow’s feets, and laugh lines. “As we age, en­vi­ron­men­tal as­saults in­crease, and vi­tal en­ergy needed for skin to re­cover is at an all-time low. This re­sults in much lower cel­lu­lar ac­tiv­ity, which in turn re­sults in skin that sags and loses its youth­ful spring and bounce.”


Women have been wor­ship­ping at the al­tar of beauty for cen­turies, and yet, it is sur­pris­ing to find that most do not know how to take care of their eyes, bliss­fully un­aware of how ev­ery tug, rub, and tear shed can cause droop­ing, puffi­ness, and creases. “The eyes s re­quire a for­mula spe­cially cre­ated d for this del­i­cate area as it is more thin and frag­ile than any other part of the face. It’s also most prone to the rav­ages of cel­lu­lar dam­age. The skin here is most sus­cep­ti­ble to dry­ness ness and be­cause there is much move­ment, ment, this con­trib­utes to the ap­pear­ance of f lines li and wrin­kles.”

And the news does not get any bet­ter as we age: “Cel­lu­lar Biome­chan­ics stud­ies the right amount of ten­sion, or me­chan­i­cal force, that needs to be ap­plied to cells for them to func­tion in a more youth­ful way. As skin ages, it loses its ‘me­chan­i­cal ten­sion’. This me­chan­i­cal ten­sion is vi­tal for fi­brob­lasts in or­der for them to pro­duce col­la­gen. Cells lose the abil­ity to stretch and at­tach to col­la­gen and un­for­tu­nately, they col­lapse.” South Sea pearls



To ad­dress these prob­lems, Estée Lauder Re­search has cre­ated a new lift­ing for­mula that works to help skin cells nat­u­rally im­prove their me­chan­i­cal ten­sion through cel­lu­lar at­tach­ment and vi­tal cel­lu­lar ce en­ergy. Fea­tur­ing only the mo most pre­cious and pow­er­ful in­gre­di­ents, Estée E Lauder Re-Nutriv is best known for f its use of the en­er­gis­ing black bla tour­ma­line. A min­eral th that em­anates such a p pow­er­ful life force, it h has been used by Na­tive Amer­i­cans for cen­turies to ward off neg­a­tive en­ergy and, in the Mid­dle Ages, to heal phys­i­cal and men­tal dis­or­ders. Then there’s the sig­na­ture Life-Re­new­ing Mol­e­cules, con­sist­ing of the “Rock of Life” al­gae (to sup­port skin en­ergy and keep it well-oiled), EGT (an amino acid and an­tiox­i­dant that pro­tects and re­vi­talises skin), and Silketare. The lat­ter is de­rived from a sea plant that is only har­vested a few months per year, and it re­stores en­ergy while en­cour­ag­ing op­ti­mal cell re­pro­duc­tion.

She continues: “These in­gre­di­ents work to­gether to sup­port skin cells’ nat­u­ral en­ergy pro­duc­tion, so that the cells can boost their nat­u­ral col­la­gen pro­duc­tion for im­proved me­chan­i­cal ten­sion. As a re­sult, skin looks more lifted and younger.”

For the Ul­ti­mate Con­tour­ing Eye Lift, a sooth­ing De-puff Com­plex along with South Sea pearls and pure gold atoms will make eyes look ra­di­ant and youth­ful. Truly ef­fec­tive, it’s the ul­ti­mate lux­u­ri­ous ex­pe­ri­ence for the Re-Nutriv woman. The doc­tor’s or­ders? “Nour­ish and en­velop skin in rar­efied lux­ury each day and night.”


Black tour­ma­line

Lam­i­naria al­gae

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