Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 19, 2006
While moisturizers hydrate, protect and may add nutrients to the skin, their primary function is to act as an emollient. Serums, on the other hand, act as a nutrient delivery service; they add potent antioxidants and other extremely active ingredients into the skin. In order for the skin to best receive the most potent level of ingredients, serums should be applied prior to moisturizers.
“Many people fail to realize that moisturizers only benefit the skin’s top layer,” says president of Sircuit Skin, Michael Wolfgeher. “Using a serum in addition to a daily moisturizer will help prevent future skin problems while treating existing issues.”
Sircuit Skin serums include: Sircuit Weapon, Sircuit Addict and O.M.G. Serum.
Sircuit Weapon is designed to put a concentrated amount of Vitamin C back into skin in order to increase collagen production, thus fending off wrinkles. Sircuit Weapon also contains Witch Hazel Extract, an astringent that increases circulation to give the skin a healthier glow, and Black Currant Oil to repair skin and provide antioxidants. The combination of ingredients along with other botanicals result in healthier, younger looking skin.
Sircuit Addict provides skin with the most superior firming and moisturizing properties. It protects skin from the stress and strain of the environment. Fortified with Spin Trap; an ingredient that captures oxygen species that aid in tissue respiration and Fullerenes; elements of carbon which work to deliver ingredients to the deepest layers of the skin, Sircuit Addict encompasses the most technologically advanced ingredients.
O.M.G. Serum is an anti-aging, skin perfecting treatment made with Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF); the absolute most important ingredient for maintenance of all layers of the skin. Protein-fortified O.M.G. will help repair and heal damaged skin, which tends to result from constant use of AHA, the acidic ingredient found in almost all other skincare products.
Bottom line: serums deliver powerful antioxidants to treat and repair skin making them an essential part of a skincare regimen.
Sircuit Weapon retails for $85; Sircuit Addict for $150; and O.M.G Serum for $120. Sircuit Skin products are available at fine spas and doctors offices nationwide. For more information please visit http://www.sircuitskin.com and to schedule an interview with Michael Wolfgeher or to request products, contact Jennifer Humphrey Public Relations.