Age Defying Serum
Ladies hate their aging faces. I think a few lines are a mark of living a good life. But, I have helped develop a great product to help lessen the visibility of those fine lines. Contains: Hyaluronic acid (Sodium hyaluronate), CARROT SEED (Daucus carota), FRANKINCENSE (Boswellia carterii), LEMON (Citrus limon), TANGERINE (MANDARIN RED) (Citrus reticulata), SANDALWOOD, AUSTRALIAN (Santalum spicatum) SHAKE WELL DO NOT GET INTO EYES
HYALURONIC ACID Hyaluronic Acid, commonly abbreviated as “HA”, is a naturally occurring molecule found throughout almost every fluid and tissue in our bodies, primarily in the skin, eyes, and joints. In fact, approximately 50% of the total HA resides in the skin [1.] Hyaluronic Acid is crucial to the moisture and elasticity of our skin. Unfortunately, as we age, the concentration and molecular weight of HA substantially decreases [2.]Because of this, hyaluronic acid has been widely researched and formulated as a powerful active ingredient in serums, moisturizers, and other cosmetic products. Think of hyaluronic acid like a BIG drink of water for your skin. It is able to hold up to 1,000 times its molecular weight in water [3.]Hyaluronic acid penetrates the skin and binds water to skin cells, infusing all layers of the skin with valuable, rejuvenating moisture. Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum can be layered with other product. It also does not need a bunch of other ingredients and fillers to be effective. In fact, hyaluronic acid is the perfect example of how limited ingredient skincare can deliver real results.
CARROT SEED EO Carrot Seed Essential Oil is primarily used for its therapeutic applications within skin care. It is especially heralded and prized for its ability to nurture mature and damaged skin. LEMON EO Lemon is well-known for its vitaminC content and potential health benefits for the immune system. However, lemon oils are also used in a variety of commercial skin care products to help reduce the signs of aging, such as wrinkles. StudiesTrusted Source have found that lemon oil could help reduce the damage caused by oxidation. Lemon oil may also help prevent sun damage, which can lead to wrinkles. SANDALWOOD EO Early studiesTrusted Source indicate that sandalwood may have anti-inflammatory properties. In addition to these properties, sandalwood may help restore moisture to the skin. When the skin is adequately hydrated, it may appear plumper and lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Frankincense One studyfound that frankincense was effective in reducing the appearance of scarring and stretch marks on a person’s skin. It may have the same effect on wrinkles and fine lines.