Has dull skin caused by winter weather, sun exposure due to travel or even pregnancy made you want to escape to exotic locales, to seek the finest natural treatments? But . . . you're not in the market to do that right now, right? Well, here comes Phytoceane to the rescue! I was very glad to be hosted to experience it.
Let them do the running around, gathering the ingredients you need to brighten your complexion, it's their raison d'être: "Phytocéane ventures beyond the horizon taking you on a journey into the most beautiful seas to discover the perfection of marine ingredients, exotic treatments, and a world of spa innovation."
With an SPF of 15, the Hydra-Bright Radiance Cream not only has your present damage, but also your future sun damage/sun spots/discoloration under control. Let's face it, you're not going to travel all around to gather the active ingredients: Brown algae, Dictyopteris Extract, Seaside Plant, Sea Lily Extract. The cream comes with a spatula for more hygienic application. It barely has a scent at all, maybe just the faintest, fresh outdoorsy nose. Hydra-Bright Radiance Cream's got a rich lotion texture, but sinks in right away. It will definitely not interfere with makeup application.
For a few years now, I was kidding myself, saying, "Oh, I guess I freckle during the summer now." Those are sun damage spots! Regular use has really diminished them.
Brightening Radiance Mask has an extra punch of ingredients in a creamy, non-irritating formula. After all, so many brightening products sting! It's in a 3-1-1 bag-friendly size, so you don't have to abandon your brightening program when you're on a plane.
If you're traveling to a luxe spa that carries the line, there's a new Brightening Radiance Facial -- using many different products to achieve a bright complexion tone in a relaxing atmosphere.
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