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Holidays Giving You Wrinkles?


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The Willy Wonka of the beauty world, Intelligent Nutrients' Horst Rechelbacher,  is at it again. Recently released is the Intelligent Nutrients Renewal Complex, which is a superconcentrated blend of stem cells of the edewiess, coneflower, and pennywort plants.

Yep, you read that right. Non-genetically modified stem cells from plants grown in labs, which, without the herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides that are usually sprayed on them, keeps them extra-pure. There's no soil involved, greenhouse gases are reduced, and plants are preserved ... and Intelligent Nutrients says these lab stem cells with antioxidant concentrations that are at least 1,000 times that of the plants found in nature.

So, which plants and why? Edelweiss reduces fine line and wrinkles, rejvenates skin cells, maintains skin firmness and helps reduce the signs of photoaging (i.e. the fact that the sun feels good, but does bad). Coneflower boosts immunity and is an anti-inflammatory, but it also stimulates cell renewal, moisturizes, and restores healthy glow. Pennywort evens skin tone, improves elasticity, and firms.

One .4-ounce bottle, which retails for $55, is meant for intense spot treatment, like the wrinkles around your mouth, eyes, and forehead. It can also be used on age spots, stretch marks, or scars. And if you want to go crazy, get the four-bottle package, which is actually a better value at $130. All you do is put it on twice daily, prior to moisturizing your skin. Best of all: no fillers, needles, or toxics. Easy peasy. (And, actually, would make a great, easy gift for the skincare addict in your life. I am obsessed with serums, in case I'm on your list.)

Ahh, now didn't you just feel your whole face relax?

 

 

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