"Most mositurizers are made of predominantly 70-90% water. As the water enters the skin, it expands the tissues, like filling the a balloon with water, but once the water evaporates, the dry, wrinkled skin returns.
St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) December 02, 2011
Jennifer Devlin, Master Esthetician and founder of Celtic Complexion Organic Skin Care for Rosacea is revealing why most commercial moisturizers are ineffective and offers a free sample of Extreme Crème.
As the winter season approaches, many people who suffer from dry skin reach for thick moisturizers to help soothe irritated skin, but Devlin explains why they offer little help against harsh weather conditions.
“Most commercial creams are made of predominantly water – 70-90% in fact – and that moisture is quickly absorbed into the dry, wrinkled skin. As the water enters the skin, it expands the tissues, like filling a balloon with water, so that wrinkles fade away and the skin feels smoother. But this is only temporary” explains Devlin.
“As soon as the water evaporates, the dry, wrinkled skin returns. Besides water, most commercial creams use a highly refined vegetable oil devoid of all natural protective antioxidants. Or worse, they are made with petroleum derivatives such as mineral oil. These petroleum products coat the skin like plastic, clogging pores and causing a buildup of toxins. They slow cellular development, creating earlier signs of aging”.
Suffering from rosacea and dry skin herself, she developed Celtic Complexion Crème as an “extreme crème” based on the healing properties of coconut oil, shea butter and essential oils. The products are hand blended without water, which makes it extremely concentrated. Additionally, each product is free of synthetic chemicals, dyes or fragrance.
“This is a moisturizer that won’t disappear on your skin, it will stay moist for hours and offers instant relief for dry, chapped skin, even in the harshest weather conditions” says Devlin.
She is offering a free sample (while supplies last) through December 15th. Just pay S&H. Visit http://www.CelticComplexion.com/freeoffer for more details.
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