Many of us become frustrated with skin products when they don’t perform as promised, but sometimes the real problem is that we’ve been using the wrong product for our skin all along.
Our skin is an organ made up of mostly water, protein and other various nutrients. Since it is a living organism, it grows and changes throughout the various stages of your life, which is why when you target a skin problem, it’s important to get to the root of the issue.
The Dermis, sometimes called “The Fountain of Youth”, is the middle layer of your skin and it’s the layer responsible for wrinkles. It’s here you’ll find collagen, which makes up 75% of your skin and elastin. These are the two proteins responsible for keeping your skin tight and preventing fine lines.
When the Dermis is neglected, collagen and elastin aren’t able to keep the skin looking tight and supple. This causes fine lines to emerge and eventually stubborn wrinkles and as everyone knows, once you get a wrinkle, it’s next to impossible to get rid of it.
The good news is, according to science and research, it is never too early to take care of the Dermis layer of your skin. By keeping this layer moisturized, you keep collagen and elastin production going strong, allowing your body to naturally produce all of the elements needed for healthy skin.
Not all moisturizers are created equal and more and more studies are stating just that. The ingredients of your moisturizers directly affect your skin, but more importantly, it’s how the moisturizer is absorbed into the skin that makes all of the difference in the world.
Caviar is popularly known as a fancy food served at parties on a silver spoon or cracker, but what you probably don’t know is that scientists are beginning to credit caviar to healthy skin.
So you’re saying I should put fish eggs on my face?
No, please don’t do that.
A specific caviar, Sturgeon caviar has been labeled as the most sought after caviar on the planet. In fact, you can trace its origins all the way back to England’s King Edward II. This specific caviar is rich in nutrients and light in feel, making it the perfect ingredient in a skin cream.
That being said, caviar alone is simply not enough.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf, a powerful strand of aloe, compliments Sturgeon caviar in a way that no other form of aloe can. Because of its purified form, it blends seamlessly with the caviar, creating a mixture that is THREE TIMES more powerful than each ingredient used separately.
So Sturgeon caviar mixed with the specific aloe will help maintain my Dermis skin layer?
When talking about skin care, you hear Vitamin E thrown around a lot. Vitamin E is a powerful ingredient in skin care products WHEN it is used properly.
Tocopheryl Acetate is a very specific topical form of Vitamin E. This hydrating oil is the gold standard, providing unparalleled protective antioxidants. It protects the skin tissue from free radicals that can harm cells and their reproductive growth.
Okay, so what exactly do I need for healthy skin?
The combination of Sturgeon caviar, Aloe Barbadensis & Tocopheryl Acetate creates a powerful moisturizing cream that:
This sounds like just what I need, so where do I find it?!
Right now there is only ONE product on the market that combines all three of these powerful ingredients in a moisturizing cream. As if that weren’t enough, this product also contains SPF-10 sunscreen for additional skin protection.
And guess what? It's exactly what I've been telling you about this week!
In order to get the word out about this breakthrough new product, Erin and I agreed to allow a limited number of you get $5 Caviar cream!
Personally, I love using both Vitamin C and Caviar. But, I'm biased because I did the research for both. If you're ready to take the next step for your skin, click here to claim your $5 off of Noche Y Dia Caviar Regenerating Cream and see how powerful it is for yourself!