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How To Care For Aging Skin

How To Care For Aging Skin
natural skin care products or products made up of organic ingredients, is the only way to deliver vitamins and nutrients to the skin. These are to me the fundamentals of anti aging skin care and the result is healthy glowing skin. For me is not about being pulled and stretched artificially. Here are four natural ingredients you should look for in your skin care as they have been proven to be beneficial to your skin. What’s in a flower? Everlasting visual and olfactory gorgeousness swirl in our imaginations when flowers, whether single or by the dozen, come to mind. Lately, there has been lots of buzz about floral derived stem cells for anti-aging skin care. Now we’ve heard in the past numerous debates about stem cell research and the ethical questions around human cell use. But the discovery that some pretty lovely flowers are used in this way was truly a beautiful revelation. Butterfly Bush Also known as Buddleja Davidii with origins in China, this small shrub was originally used for healing wounds. The stem cells derived for Butterfly Bush are essential for building and repairing damaged skin tissue. This sweet flower promotes lipid-growth for firming; strengthens peptide bonds in collagen necessary for youthful skin; and enhances antioxidant protection from free radicals. You will find its natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to be a bonus in reversing the sands of time. Swiss Apple Switzerland’s Malus Domestica, termed in science lingo, is truly a rare edible apple that buds from a stunning flowering tree. While the clinical trials are in affect, the stem cells from this plant appear to boost the growth of skin cells by 80% while offering protection from UV rays when applied topically. So far, skin health seems to benefit from Swiss apple’s ability to reduce damage from environmental factors like sun exposure. This flowering apple plant also prolongs the longevity of epidermal cells for endurance of skin’s youthful appearance. Coneflower (Echinacea) Echinacea Purpurea, one of three varieties, is known as the wellness flower that supports immunity for all manner of illnesses. This prickly-centered flower referred to as echinos (“hedgehog”) by the Greeks, has also been used traditionally by Native Americans as a cure-all for at least four hundred years. It is both antibacterial and antimicrobial, a plus for your quest to healthy skin. Coneflower is also used to soothe muscle tissue and joints as it easily penetrates the skin. The come-hither purple flower is a natural antioxidant that protects and purifies the body and skin for maximum health manifested in a clear radiant complexion. When you consider what the best facial offer weathered skin, these flowers should not be overlooked in your self-pampering journey towards rejuvenated healthy skin. Research has proven these flowers to be effective in inhibiting the early onset of signs of aging using the natural youth-preservatives their stem cells provide. This fairly new technology in skin care has been rapidly swept up by those in the beauty industry who fully comprehend the rich benefits for optimal skin. The magnificence that these botanicals possess and conjure up can now truly be your face “as pretty as a flower.” Finally start reaping the benefits of superior skin care today and stop wondering if you can have beautiful skin. Visit our online store or call for your appointments NOW at 212.949.2350 and if you are a first time client GET $50 off your first treatment. P.S Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and if you want essential skin care tips and tricks sign up to our newsletter, bottom of the page under in the box “Sign Up For Updates”.]>>

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