Science has proven it. Unhealthy, aging skin comes from sunlight damage, pollution, and dehydration.
You could lock yourself in a dark room for most of the day with a bowl of water and slit of ventilation. Or you can get The Moisturizing Day Serum (1.35 fl oz/40 ml).
Guys are amazed at the rapid absorption of the cream. Your face will guzzle the moisturizer. You will feel refreshed from the non-greasy formula made from the best natural and organic ingredients craved by your skin.
The aloe leaf powder, arnica infusion, and passionfruit oil fights inflammation and nourishes your skin. Shea butter and zinc oxide in the moisturizer aids your skin against harmful light which ages skin.
Hyaluronic acid in the serum attracts water then pumps nutrients deep into the skin. This floods your face with moisture to starve off dryness that promotes wrinkles.
The end result is you get a hydrated face, free of irritants, and rich in nutrients that restore your authentic look.
Daily use of the moisturizer will:
Defend your face against the day
Build firm, elastic skin
Hydrate your skin surface and sub-surface
Reduce inflammation from irritants
Shuttle nutrients into your skin
Repair skin from the modern environment
The moisturizing day serum is for the guy who wants to feel good in the day and years later in life.
Rub a small amount of the moisturizing serum all over your face. Some guys like to do their neck as well. Massage it in for 10 seconds. Feel your skin drink up the natural ingredients. Get on with smashing the day.
Every ingredient has a scientific purpose to help you, look and feel your best. Some key ingredients in The Moisturizing Day Serum are:
The oil is rich in omega 3, omega 6, and antioxidants making it good for dry, flaky, itchy, or aging skin. Blackcurrant oil restores skin quality by repairing, hydrating, and regenerating the skin barrier function. It may also help with various skin conditions like neurodermatitis and psoriasis.
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A natural plant medicine made of antioxidants scientifically proven to repair damaged skin. It is believed to be nature's miracle for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial affect making it an acne-eraser. No more thick, greasy creams that add pimples to your face.
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Contains proven properties to manage inflammation with fatty acids and antioxidants that calm the skin. A time-tested ingredient that gives dry skin what it craves while possibly reducing sun damage. Coupled with zinc oxide in the moisturizer, you help shield your skin against harmful light that ages skin.
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Idih, F. M., Jeremiah, U. R., Enesi, H., & Alagbe, O. V. (2020). Evaluation of the Antioxidant Properties of Vitellaria paradoxa Seed Extract and Its Effect of Ultra Violet Radiation Induced Skin Damage. Asian Journal of Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, 6(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajbgmb/2020/v6i130141