Vibrant, beautiful skin has always been considered an important part of health. But in today’s modern environment, soft, smooth, flawless skin can be difficult to achieve and even more challenging to maintain. As the body’s largest organ, your skin is constantly exposed to contaminated water, air pollution, and the sun, which can sabotage healthy skin and leave lasting effects on skin strength, resiliency, and appearance.
With the emerging trend in skin care products and services, anti-aging, acne-fighting, and other products targeting specific skin care needs are in the news often and on retail shelves everywhere. Most of these products boast of clinical research and proven results but, despite all the hype, can fall short on their promises.
Some consumers have sought alternative means of achieving younger, healthier-looking skin, opting for face-lifts, eye-lifts, microderm abrasion, and specialty skin peels for fast, noticeable results. But even though surgical procedures are becoming more mainstream than ever, are you really willing to take the risk for youthful-looking skin? And when it comes to high-end or specialty skin care products, do you really get what you pay for?
No matter how popular these products and procedures are, they can quickly shrink the size of your wallet and present real risks to your health and beauty. As a result, consumers are asking for more medicinal-type truly natural products that are safe, efficacious, and affordable, with noticeable and lasting results.
The use of pure therapeutic-grade essential oils for skin care needs no introduction. Therapeutic-grade essential oils offer pure, potent plant remedies for the skin and have been used since ancient times for a number of skin care needs. It’s no secret that pure therapeutic-grade lavender essential oil nourishes stressed or sunburned skin, that sandalwood can hydrate and repair dry or damaged skin, that Melaleuca can prevent the recurrence of breakouts and blemishes.
The extensive history of essential oil use has prompted beauty, cosmetic, and skin care brands to use essential oils to improve the potency of their products. As the leader in the essential oil industry, Young Living recognizes the many benefits of essential oils and has always promoted the use of pure therapeutic-grade essential oils as an important part of any skin care regimen. Having set the standard in quality, therapeutic-grade essential oils, Young Living knows which oils deliver the best results and has carefully selected pure, unadulterated essential oils for premium skin care and beauty products.
I invite you to celebrate living with Young Living’s latest essential-oil-based products for the skin. Carefully formulated to treat specific skin care needs, Young Living is pleased to announce three essential-oil-based serums that can enhance your skin care routine and deliver enviable results.
Young Living Essential Beauty Serums
Specially formulated to treat dry, oily, or acne-prone skin, Young Living’s new line of Essential Beauty Serums is designed to protect, stregthen, and improve the appearance of skin. These new serums use pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils such as sandlewood, orange, lavender, and other rare, exotic essential oils like pink pepper, blue cypress, and davana, all known for their remarkable skin care benefits.
Utilizing a proprietary blend of skin-nourishing carrier oils like coconut oil, avocado oil, jojoba oil, rosehip seed oil, and wolfberry seed oil, the Essential Beauty Serums can be easily applied ad more readily absorbed in the skin to ensure you’re getting the maximum benefits.
Each of the Essential Beauty Serums can be used as a spot treatment before your moisturizer, sun block, or makeup is applied. If preferred, add three to five drops of the serum to Young Living’s ART Day Activator (item # 5170) and ART Night Reconstructor (item # 5171) creams, mix well in the palm of your hand, and spread evenly over the face and/or neck. Spot treatment can also be incorporated into this regime as needed.
Dry Skin ESSENTIAL OIL BEAUTY BLEND
sandlewood, blue cypress, cedarwood, myrrh, clove, and lavender
Essential beauty benefits: Moisturizes and nourishes dehydrated skin. item # 3782
Oily Skin ESSENTIAL OIL BEAUTY BLEND
spearmint, nutmeg, pink pepper, orange, and davana
Essential beauty benefits: Controls surface oils and minimizes shine. item # 3781
Acne-Prone Skin ESSENTIAL OIL BEAUTY BLEND
Melalueuca alternifolia, cedarwood, Eucalyptus staigeriana, manuka, and red thyme
Essential beauty benefits: Soothes blemished skin and discourages future breakouts. item # 3783
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