Reduce The Signs Of Aging With This Eminence Organics Layering Trio
Updated July 30, 2018
As the years pass by, you’ll notice the lines on your face deepening, your skin tone becoming less elastic and your complexion losing its natural glow. Although there’s no stopping the hands of time, we can still reduce the signs of aging and make sure your skin looks its best. To target aging skin of all types, Eminence Organic Skin Care recommends a trio of premium products - including the new Marine Flower Peptide Serum - that complement each other in a powerful, layering treatment. Here’s how to apply this triple threat in three easy steps:
Step One: Eminence Organics Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum
First, smooth on a thin layer of Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum, since this light serum absorbs quickly into the skin. Infused with vitamin C, this award-winning treatment reduces the look of fine lines and wrinkles, brightens the skin’s appearance and improves the look of aging skin.
Next, follow the light serum of Step One with the gel consistency of the new Marine Flower Peptide Serum, formulated with Smart Collagen+ Complex. Innovative algae extracts deliver superior hydration and botanical peptides smooth the skin’s appearance. Rich in nutrients, Marine Flower Peptide Serum visibly lifts and plumps the look of wrinkles.
Step Three: Eminence Organics Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil
Seal in hydration and protection with a final layer of Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil, a light oil that perfectly complements the serums. A favorite of actress and celebrity fan Jennifer Lawrence, Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil fights the visible signs of aging, smooths wrinkles and hydrates deeply.
Explore our powerful trio of products at an authorized spa near you and discover a new way to transform the look of aging skin. For even more Eminence Organics mixologies and layering treatments, subscribe to our YouTube channel.
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