Needing a Good Anti-Aging Moisturizer That Won’t Clog Pores?

Now that it’s Fall, most people aren’t quite as oily as during the summer months, yet the winter dryness hasn’t set in. Here’s my favorite moisturizer to use during the transitional months.

The Moisturizer: This high-performance, paraben-free formula drenches skin in time-released stable antioxidants while providing lightweight and greaseless moisture deep within skin’s surface. It uses Silanol Technology, a method that is used to ensure Vitamin C antioxidant activity and delivery of beneficial ingredients into the skin’s surface. Vitamin C, Vitamin A and three forms of Vitamin E protect skin from aging free radicals while creating a moisture reservoir between skin cells that last up to 20 hours. Multi-Vitamin Cream keeps skin moist and supple, with a radiant glow to give it the perfect balance that it needs…

Who it’s for: Multi Vitamin Cream is ideal for skins that may struggle with oil and clogged pores, yet still require potent age-defying skin repair ingredients. It’s suggested for those in their late 30’s or 40’s.

What’s in it:

Ascorbyl Methylsilanol Pectinate – stabilized, time-released Vitamin C to fight sun damage

Tocopheryl Acetate – Vitamin E ester, keeps skin lipids fresh, protects natural radiance

Sodium Hyaluronate Dimethylsilanol – bioactive moisturizer, binds 1000 times its weight in water

Retinyl Palmitate – a gentle stabilized ester of Vitamin A to smooth fine lines and surface wrinkles

Why you should use it: If you’re showing the signs of aging but regular anti-aging creams only leave your pores clogged, then this moisturizer will be right for you.

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