Many of you have written in asking me for the skincare product I introduced a month ago. So I thought why not send the original post out again. Here goes. And don’t forget that there is an offer for a free sample. Just click on Embodied Project or The Revitalizer, and voila!
As a woman of a certain age there are a few tried-and-true regimes I’ve adopted through the years. Skincare ranks in the top five. Thank goodness my mother instilled in me at the ripe age of 15 to cleanse my skin morning and night then moisturize. And I’ve religiously adhered to her simple tip for over forty years. Thanks, Mom! Needless to say, I’ve had the opportunity to try an assortment of skincare products through the years, running the gamut from drug store bargains to beauty counter splurges. It comes as no surprise to me to read that women reportedly spend a whopping $426 billion dollars a year on beauty products. I’ve certainly contributed a few shekels of my own to the industry. So when a new product hits the market I’m always a bit curious, especially after I learn that the product uses a plant-derived emollient that replenishes your skin with a moisturizer found naturally in your body.
When Biossance shipped off their new moisturizer to me, The Revitalizer, I was excited to open the parcel. And let me tell you, my initial impression to the product was more than favorable, beginning with the beautiful white and green box. The packaging alone rivals any high-end skincare product purchased at upscale department stores. Biossance, we’re off to a good start. I was intrigued with the bottle that features a screw on cap with an ingenious dropper attached that’s user-friendly. To top if off, the moisturizer can also double as hair serum.
Now for Biossance’s brand story:
Beauty is in our biology. We are experts in the study of life. The Biossance™ brand, at its core, is dedicated to using science to make the scarce abundant, the rarified accessible, and the natural sustainable. The beauty of your skin relies on vital moisturizers found in your body, one of which is squalane. The Biossance™ brand’s patented, plant-derived, emollient, Neossance® Squalane replenishes your skin by using a moisturizer found naturally in your body. This rich ingredient instantly hydrates while locking in essential moisture, leavingyour skin feeling nourished and noticeably revitalized. The Biossance™ skincare line is designed with your own biological fingerprint in mind. We make what is already yours accessible again, turning the finite into the infinite. Sometimes all you need is a catalyst to nurture what’s within.
What can happen in 30 days? We can transform, break new ground, forge a new vision. We can change the way we feel about our mind, body and soul…starting with our skin. The Embodied Project, at its core, is about helping women look, feel and ultimately be the healthiest, happiest, most beautiful versions of themselves. It starts with you. Taking the time to truly embody the most radiant version of yourself through nourishing what’s within. We created the Embodied Project because we want to challenge all women, no matter where they are in life, to utilize the wealth of information at their fingertips to restore their biological beauty. It’s time to break through the clutter and focus on what simply works. Designed by our experts, Biossance skincare presents a customized 4 week program created just for you. Take the survey, see your results, get the free sample of The Revitalizer and reach new ground through tips and lessons delivered in weekly newsletters and blog content.
As I age I understand firsthand that one of the biggest hurdles in treating aging skin is loss of moisture. So who can argue when a new skincare company addresses these issues?
Replenishes your skin by using a moisturizer found naturally in your body
What do you think ladies? Are you ready to try a complimentary sample of Biossance™? Here’s where you can find it. Embodied Project
This post sponsored by Biossance
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
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