Start a Stem Cellular Skincare Regimen with Juice Beauty
Juice Beauty Stem Cellular collection is powered by vitamin C and fruit stem cells infused into an organic resveratrol rich grapeseed base to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve luminosity. Learn more about the collection and how it may benefit your skin in the video above.
The first step in the regimen is the Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil that purifies the skin and removes makeup. Pump liberally into your hands or a bamboo pad and wipe all over face. Formula rinses easily and blooms into a luxurious emulsion. Juice Beauty 2-in-1 Cleanser deeply cleanses and tones with grapefruit extract and primes skin for exfoliation.
Use either the Exfoliating Peel Spray or the Resurfacing Micro-Exfoliant. our Exfoliating Peel Spray is a bestseller because it instantly resurfaces skin within seconds on contact. The Resurfacing Micro-Exfoliant gives users a spa-grade micro-dermabrasion and can be a substitute for conventional chemical dermabrasion.
After exfoliating, treat your eyes to a mask. The Instant Algae Eye Lift Mask dramatically transforms the appearance of eye puffiness and dark circle within ten minutes. It is perfect for special events and travel and comes in a set of one. The Anti-Wrinkle Eye Treatment should be applied during your morning routine and at night to deliver rich hydration and change the appearance of fine lines and dark circles over time.
The Anti-Wrinkle Booster Serum is light but power packed and reduces the appearance of wrinkles with the Stem Cellular blend and also plant-derived hyaluronic acid that provides plumping moisture to skin.
Don't forget about your neck! The Lifting Neck Cream helps you to defy gravity by helping to tighten and smooth the delicate skin around the neck and décolleté for a more sculpted and youthful look. Finally moisturize your face with the Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer and at night, use the Anti-Wrinkle Overnight Cream to intensely hydrate while you sleep.
Article written by Juice Beauty Staff
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