Did you know that dry skin causes tiny, superficial cracks in your skin? Ouch! This is why skin can be more sensitive and easily-irritated during the winter, when the skin is at its driest. These cracks (also referred to as a damaged protective barrier) can also be caused from over-heated skin, rosacea, the use of harsh products, and over-exfoliation from laser treatments, peels or microdermabrasion. The irritation it causes will react with the cells in the epidermis and trigger the production of free radicals. Since free radicals are known to be the cause of aging skin, it’s important to keep your skin as calm and comfortable to control the aging process.
Renée Rouleau Phytolipid Comfort Cream works to increase your skins protective barrier to make skin less irritated over time. This luxurious cream uses Beta Glucans to strengthen skin’s defenses from inside out while moisturizing lipids provide essential hydration to dry skin cells. Sensitive skin feels calm and comfortable within minutes. Skin stays soft and moist and redness is reduced…
- Merespheres (liposome encapsulated rosemarinus officinalis) – Inspires up to 450% increase in barrier lipid production
- Algae & Mugwort – Unique anti-sting complex helps reduce discomfort in sensitive skin
- Soluble Beta Glucans – Biological Response Modifier, challenges skin to correct itself
- Sea Whip – Strongest soothing action of all sea plants
- Lipid-rich oils – Provide essential lipids for smoother skin; help reduce sensitivity over time
If your skin is dry, red, irritated and uncomfortable, this is sure to get the skin healthy, calm and beautiful—in no time!
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