July 6, 2017
The soothing sound of waves rolling onto shore, the mineral-rich water and sand, the invigorating scent of salty breezes in the air - it's no wonder human nature calls us to seek solace by the sea.
When you set off for your cruise this summer, make sure you bring along the beauty and wellness power of the ocean's elements with the ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Marine Cream. Formulated with powerful marine extracts, this go-to cream replenishes and rejuvenates skin for a more youthful-looking appearance. Independent user trials showed that:
- 90 percent of women agreed that it left their skin feeling significantly firmer.
- 83 percent of women agreed that it dramatically reduced the appearance of deep set lines.
- 80 percent of women agreed that it dramatically reduced the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Let's take a closer look at the marine magic happening inside the bottle:
The ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Marine Cream contains Padina pavonica,a type of algae found in warm and tropical climates. It was given the nickname "Peacock's tail" for its long, graceful "leaves" that flow in the ocean current. Padina pavonica has been shown to strengthen cell structure and communication to help prevent skin aging and support firm, hydrated and supple skin
Harness the rejuvenating power of marine extracts with the ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Marine Cream.
As we age, the collagen and elastin production in our bodies slow down, contributing to fine lines and wrinkles and sagging skin. The beneficial algae Chlorella, however, helps to safeguard collagen and elastin to firm and restructure skin.
Another factor in skin aging is slowed-down cellular activity, which causes fresh new skin cells to be produced less frequently. The third algae in the ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Marine Cream fights back: Porphyridium is a seaweed that kick-starts cellular activity and regeneration for a glowing and younger-looking complexion.
Be sure to take the ELEMIS Pro-Collagen Marine Cream with you on your cruise, and reap the benefits of powerful ocean extracts.
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