How to get red carpet ready

Have you ever wondered how celebrities are prepping their skin before the Oscars? With a few tips, tricks, and the right products, you can glow even brighter than the stars!

Exercising regularly, healthy eating and taking care of your skin should be a part of your regimen. We do not lose collagen and get wrinkles overnight. So rather than focusing on a quick fix, it should be a subtle and regular process. Small, positive changes every day will keep you on track, so you always have a beautiful glow. A healthy lifestyle and using the right products will help you achieve a luminous and youthful complexion.

For a glowy red carpet look be sure to always use a Purifying Foam Cleanser to wash away dull and dead skin cells, followed by a Cell Renewing Microfoliant. The Microfoliant will gently exfoliate and nourish the skin while stimulating collagen synthesis for youthful skin. This Microfoliant does not contain microbeads instead it contains papaya and pineapple enzymes.

The next step is to use a Clarifying Toner that refines pores and balances the ph level of your skin. Plus this toner contains rosewater and eucalyptus extract which have incredible skin benefits.

After applying a toner, we recommend using the Cellular Rejuvenating Concentrate. Adding a serum to your daily regimen will smooth and plump fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps to repair damaged cells and stimulates cellular rejuvenation.

Last but not least mix a few drops of our Hydrating Essence with your Daily Moisture SPF 30 to deeply hydrate and nourish your skin.

These powerful Beauty Boosters help your skin to gain that healthy and dewy glow.

Incorporating these products into your daily regimen will assure flawless and glowy skin.

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