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Ingredient Focus: Systenol A, Aquaxyl

4 years ago

Christie Brinkley’s Authentic Skincare contains a revolutionary combination of age-fighting ingredients.  It isn’t something you just apply to your skin to simply moisturize or temporarily improve the skin’s appearance.  Christie worked for years with scientists to create a system of skincare that works to repair, revitalize, and rejuvenate – it contains ingredients that work with […]

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A little help from nature…

4 years ago

  Sometimes the best things for us come from the most unexpected places. Extracts from plants and even the soil have nutritional values that can help keep us healthy and aid in the pursuit to be our best selves.   Just like it’s important for us to consume the minerals and vitamins that helps keep […]

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Some help from nature…

4 years ago

  Sometimes the best things for us originate from the most unexpected places. Extracts from plants and even the particular soil have nutritional values that can help keep us healthful and aid in the pursuit to be our best selves.   Just like it’ s important for all of us to consume the minerals and […]

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Ingredient focus: Bio Copper Complex

4 years ago

  Our Bio-Copper Complex is a proprietary complex made of rare and advanced plant extracts, amino acids, and copper. It comes from some of the most scientifically advanced skincare technology. Energizes Your Skin’s Fighters Bio-Copper Complex works to energize your skin’s natural anti-aging fighters. It energizes those cells in your skin that reactivate collagen & […]

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Component focus: Bio Copper Complex

4 years ago

  Our Bio-Copper Complex is an amazing complex made of rare and advanced plant extracts, proteins, and copper. It comes from some of the most scientifically advanced skin care technology. Energizes Your Skin’ t Fighters Bio-Copper Complex works to motivate your skin’ s natural anti-aging fighters. It stimulates those cells in your skin that reactivate […]

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What are peptides?

4 years ago

  Collagen is a protein in the skin that maintains its thickness and suppleness.  As you age, your skin has less collagen, which can cause the skin to thin out and develop wrinkles (crepiness).  As collagen breaks down, the protein breaks up into the smaller chains of peptides, which then sends a signal to the […]

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Exactly what are peptides?

4 years ago

  Collagen is a protein in the epidermis that maintains its thickness and suppleness.   While you age, your skin has less collagen, which can cause your skin to thin out and develop wrinkles (crepiness).   As collagen breaks down, the protein breaks up to the smaller chains of peptides, which then sends a signal […]

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Move Over Retinol… Bakuchiol Turns Back the Clock with a Gentler Hand

4 years ago

For years, retinoids (animal-based derivatives of vitamin A) have been considered the magic bullet in anti-aging skincare. Retinoids have been proven to increase collagen and elastin production and help reduce both fine lines and deep wrinkles. They have also been shown in studies to reduce photo-damage and lighten dark spots, but the undesirable side effects […]

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Proceed Over Retinol… Bakuchiol Turns Back the Clock using a Gentler Hand

4 years ago

For years, retinoids (animal-based derivatives of vitamin A) were considered the magic bullet in anti-aging skincare. Retinoids have already been proven to increase collagen and elastin production and help reduce each fine lines and deep wrinkles. They have also been proven in studies to reduce photo-damage and lighten dark areas, but the undesirable side eff […]

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Farewell to Plastic Micro Beads in Skin Care

4 years ago

Did you know that some exfoliating skin care item actually contain tiny little plastic beads? These plastic-type microbeads exfoliate your skin, but they also pollute our ponds and waterways! These microbeads are generally concerning the size of a pinhead, which makes them difficult to clean out in our lakes, and some marine life mistake it […]

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