Dry skin - who needs it? After all, dehydration's instantly ageing. It magnifies lines and wrinkles, emphasises sagging, and makes skin more prone to damage and irritation. Paul Penders Ceramide Recovery ACE serum has been specially formulated from all natural ingredients to overcome skin dehydration and other ageing factors. It helps transform and re-texturise even the driest complexion, whilst fighting and protecting against free radical damage, and encouraging smooth, firm, youthful radiance.
The all natural skin rescue serum is made from specially chosen organic or wildcrafted botanical oils, beneficial herbs, natural liposomes and ceramides, vitamins A, C, E and other antioxidants, as well as colloidal minerals. Together these help hydrate, soothe and smooth the complexion, fight and protect against free radical damage, restore natural radiance, heal and strengthen. Key ingredients include:
- Frankincense and myrrh - precious essential oils known since the time of Cleopatra - provide exceptionally rejuvenating, anti-ageing, healing and skin restoring properties.
- Calendula, sweet almond, wheatgerm, flaxseed and jasmine oils soothe, smooth and heal damaged skin, to encourage better absorption and retention of moisture, lipids and nutrients.
- Ginger and ginseng encourage circulation of nourishing, oxygen rich blood and help increase radiance and youthful bloom
- All-natural ceramides and liposomes deliver further skin nourishing and smoothing lipids deep into the skin.
And, since free radicals from daylight and environmental pollutants can damage and age skin cells, the serum is fortified with a range of the most protective antioxidant vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.
Ceramide Recovery ACEalso includes Paul Penders' special patented LevensEssentie GoldTM - a blend of 22 Western and Chinese herbs and fruit extracts chosen for their beneficial abilities to beautify, stimulate, cleanse and strengthen skin.
Available from selected stockists and salons throughout the UK. Also available online or by mail order, phone 01403 790913.
Article courtesy of Tricia Sabine