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Repair and Restore Skin with Phyto-C
Skin reflects the changing elements as fall’s brisk air turns into winter’s harsh chill. Bring balance back and revive skin with two treatment gels from Phyto-C. Suitable for all skin types, the Velvet Gel and B5 Gel will leave skin feeling softer, healthier and younger.
Velvet Gel ($64)
Providing extraordinary nutrition for skin cell repair, this nourishing and hydrating gel combines pentapeptide with vitamins B3 and B12. The Velvet Gel maintains the health of skin, while reducing the appearance of fine line and wrinkles. Perfect as a makeup primer, the Velvet Gel will give skin a glowing appearance.
B5 Gel ($35)
Formulated with vitamin B5 and hyaluronic acid, this moisturizing gel provides intensive hydration by binding water to plump skin tissue. The B5 Gel also diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while smoothing and softening skin.
I have been using Phyto-C Velvet Gel for about two weeks now. I always apply it after cleansing, before I apply any other products. One dropper full is plenty for my entire face, neck and chest area. I love the texture. It blends right into my skin without leaving any kind of residue.
I have definitely noticed that my skin looks much younger! There is a nice glow to it and a greater firmness. My fine lines are barely visible! I absolutely love this product.
Phyto-C products are available online via www.myphyto-c.us.
Disclaimer: I received a sample of this product to review and to keep. All opinions are my own.
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