Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Did you own a pair of these back in the day?

If you recognize these shoes from the 90s, it's time for ART Renewal Serum...just sayin' 
Check out some of the ingredients of the Renewal Serum:
One of the ingredients of the Renewal Serum is sodium hyaluronate. Sodium hyaluronate has water-binding and water-attracting attributes, but has a smaller molecular size and is able to be absorbed by our skin. In fact, it can hold more water than any other natural substance—up to 1,000 times its weight in water! It fills up the spaces between the connective fibers collagen and elastin in the dermis and functions to hydrate and separate the skin, i.e., it plumps our skin up! This action is beneficial because as we age, we lose our natural hyaluronic acid, which can result in the appearance of fine lines, dryness, roughness, etc.
Orchid extract: The essence of this flower has the advantage that it can be applied on all types of skin and increases cell regeneration. In addition to its antioxidant qualities, it helps regulate skin pigmentation, fighting the natural aging process caused by free radicals and retrieving natural coloring.
Orchid extract is also touted as an effective moisturizer and is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Not to mention Frankincense and Myrrh resin, a bunch of other root and flower extracts, AND essential oils!
What ingredients does it NOT have? Toxic preservatives, phthalates, dyes, synthetic ingredients, etc.
Pro-tip: Always apply a moisturizer on top of your serum to help "seal" the nutrients of the serum on your skin. I alternate between ART Intensive Moisturizer and Sheerlume.
If you'd like to learn more about Young Living's awesome non-toxic skin care line, feel free to contact me via my website at www.carolyehgarner.com.

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