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Yeouth Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer L22 -- 1 fl oz


Yeouth Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer L22
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Yeouth Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer L22 -- 1 fl oz

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Yeouth Anti-Aging Facial Moisturizer L22 Description

  • Boosts Skin Hydration, Firmness and Elasticity
  • Reduces Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Encourages Barrier Repair
  • Promotes Collagen & Firmer Skin

L22 Lipid Complex - Proven in clinical trials to improve skin hydration and barrier repair.

Shea Butter  - Transforms dry, wrinkled skin into glowing, and smooth skin.

Jojoba & Macadamia Seed Oil - Improves skin look and feel.

 

Here's a secret to putting your best vibrant, glowing, face forward: Yeouth's L22 Anti-Aging Moisturizer. Add L22 to your daily regimen to nourish and moisturize for smooth skin and an even complexion.

 

• L22 Lipid Complex - proven in clinical trials to improve skin hydration and barrier repaid.

• Shea Butter - has long been used for its moisturizing and skin healing properties, transforming dry, wrinkled skin into glowing, smooth and plump.

• Jojoba & Macadamia Seed Oil - Improve skin look and feel with Jojoba Oil (wax esters) and Macadamia Oil (triglycerides)

 

What it does:

  • Hydrates, firms fills wrinkles and evens skin tone
  • Gives a perfectly balanced skin-lipid profile
  • Encourages barrier repair and skin hydration
  • Boosts skin hydration, firmness and elasticity, great for aged and sun-damaged skin
  • Olive-Oil sources Squalene, Plant Sterols, and Sterol Esters give your skin a healthy lipid composition


Directions

For best results, prepare skin with Yeouth Balancing Facial Toner and Yeouth Hyaluronic Acid Plus. Apply a dime-sized amount of Yeouth Anti-aging Moisturizer L-22 over entire face and neck, including around the eyes. Allow to absorb. If used during the day, follow with your favorite sunscreen.
Free Of
Paaben, sulfate, phthalates, fragrance, GMOs and triclosan.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Water, caprylic/capric triglyceride, glycerine, glyceryl stearate se, jojoba oil/macadamia seed oil esters, squalene, phytosteryl macadamiate, phytosterols, tocopherol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, stearic acid, shea butter, grapeseed oil, phenoxyethanol ethylhexylglycerin, xanthan gum, polysorbate 60, aloe barbadensis leaf juice.
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3 Beauty Benefits of Sleep

We’re all used to working for things in life. We work to make money, we work to stay in shape – we even work to maintain good relationships with our friends and family.

But, it may surprise you to learn you that can look younger and live longer simply by climbing into bed and falling asleep for seven to nine hours each night.

Now that’s something we can all get ‘on-bed’ with!

Blond Woman With Eyes Closed in White Bed Enjoying the Beauty Benefits of Sleep for Skin and Hair | Vitacost.com/blog

How sleep keeps us young and healthy

Technically, our bodies are still working through the night – in fact, it’s while we sleep that our bodies are repairing from the physical, emotional and psychological stressors we’ve experienced throughout the day.

When we fall into a deep sleep, our brains trigger the release of hormones and compounds that increase blood flow and initiate cell-repair. It’s this magic that helps to replenish our skin and hair, boost immunity and longevity, and even lower the risk of certain diseases!

How much sleep is enough?

The key to solid beauty sleep is not only the quality of sleep but the quantity, too. You need to sleep for at least 7 hours (but no more than 9) in order for your body to enter its super-powered healing mode.

3 powers of beauty sleep that keep us looking young

1. Replenishes skin

Our skin produces new collagen while we sleep, which is key in helping to prevent fine lines and sagging skin. And, with consistent, boosted blood flow through the night, you’ll awaken with a healthy, rosy glow in the morning! Getting seven to nine hours per night also means skincare products like night creams and serums work more effectively, too!

2. Brightens eyes and reduces puffiness

When we skip out on Zzzs our blood flow decreases, paling our skin and causing blood to pool beneath our eyes – and increasing swelling. By staying properly hydrated and getting restful sleep each night, you can help eliminate puffiness and brighten your eyes for a youthful glow. You can further reduce puffiness by propping your head up with an extra pillow at night.

3. Strengthens hair and promotes growth

With increased blood flow, your hair follicles are able to receive more vitamins and minerals as you sleep, supplying your hair with the proper amount of nutrients to grow healthy and strong. When we’re not getting enough shut-eye, our hair’s access to nutrients is limited by decreased blood flow, which can stunt hair growth and increase the risk of damage and breakage. Plus, when we’re running on less sleep, our bodies are under more stress. This increases our levels of the hormone cortisol, which is linked to hair loss.

Schedule in your beauty sleep

With all this knowledge, it’s important to adjust your schedule to allow your body to get enough sleep each night in order to benefit from all the boons of beauty sleep. Make sure you’re getting somewhere between seven to nine hours each night – even on the weekends!

A quick-start guide to get your sleep back on track

If you’re struggling with a backward sleep schedule, swirling in the vortex of sleep deprivation, here’s a quick-start guide to get your sleep schedule back on track!

1st Day: Go to bed at 11 p.m. and wake up at 10:00 a.m.

2nd Day: Go to bed at 11 p.m. and wake up at 8:00 a.m.

3rd Day: Go to bed at 11 p.m. and wake up at 6:00 a.m

The trick is to adjust in small increments in order to ease your body back into a solid routine. From here, consistently aim for those seven to nine hours throughout the week to normalize your sleep schedule and give your body enough time to heal and repair. (Try keeping a sleep log to track your progress!)

Go ahead, sleep in!

Beauty sleep is so important for maintaining health, so go ahead, get your sleep!

And the next time someone razzes you for sleeping in, you can kindly inform them that you’re actually taking proper care of yourself. Let yourself fall into beauty sleep for a healthier you!

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