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4 Oils You Need In Your Skin Care

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4 Oils You Need In Your Skin Care

Written By:

Karen Young Chester

Oils. If using them on your face still frightens you with visions of shiny foreheads and breakouts, you need to get versed on the types of oils that are key ingredients in Eminence Organic Skin Care products. From well-loved jojoba oil to the lesser-known monoi, our facial oil ingredients are blended for glowing (not greasy!) complexions. Read on to discover more about our natural oils as well as the best oil for your face.

1. Rosehip Oil 

This luxurious ingredient in our best selling Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil and our popular Rosehip & Lemongrass Lip Balm SPF15 is incredibly rich in nutrients like Vitamin C, which is key for superstar skin. As an antioxidant, Vitamin C fights free radicals, which are unstable molecules with a missing electron that go around “stealing” electrons from other particles. When free radicals steal electrons from proteins like collagen, the process creates damage, called “oxidation,” which ages the skin. Free radicals and the aging process gradually slow the production of collagen, the protein that gives your skin its ability to bounce back and look youthful. Antioxidants like Vitamin C save the day by donating electrons to these greedy free radicals and stopping the oxidation process. 

This is why rosehip oil works wonders on the skin, especially for a complexion that is losing elasticity and developing fine lines and wrinkles. According to Dr. Axe, the Vitamin C in rosehip oil can return the appearance of elasticity to your skin.

On top of its antioxidant superpowers, rosehip oil also hydrates powerfully, targets the look of dark spots and works against the look of redness. Celebrity facialist Joanna Vargas says this oil is so effective and versatile that it has been used for thousands of years by the ancient Egyptians, Mayans and Native Americans.

Seabuckthorn berry bush

2. Seabuckthorn Oil

Originating in the Himalayas and long used in Asia and Europe, seabuckthorn oil only recently gained popularity in the rest of the world. Traditionally used for healing wounds and dry skin, this oil is another incredible source of Vitamin C.  Additional benefits come from a long list of star ingredients including Vitamins A and E, beta-carotene, omega-3 fatty acids and minerals. Another key component of our Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil, sea buckthorn oil and its Vitamin C content prevent the look of aging and keep skin firm and elastic. You can also find this luscious oil in our beautiful Seabuckthorn Balancing Masque, formulated with Biodynamic® ingredients. 

Jojoba oil

3. Jojoba Oil

This hero ingredient is in our Lavender Age Corrective Night Concentrate and contains a bundle of beneficial elements including Vitamin B complex, copper, zinc, selenium and Vitamin E. The miracle benefit of jojoba oil, though, is its ability to mimic your body’s natural oils. Say goodbye to shiny foreheads because jojoba oil communicates to your skin that it is sufficiently moisturized and doesn't need to produce more sebum. As Wellness Today explains, this extraordinary effect balances oil production and halts the appearance of too much oil on your complexion.

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4. Monoi Oil

Monoi is a traditional South Pacific ingredient that has been used for centuries to protect the skin against intense tropical sun and drying salt water. You'll find this ingredient in our Monoi Age Corrective products including the Monoi Age Corrective Exfoliating Cleanser, the Monoi Age Corrective Night Body Cream and the Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream for Face & Neck

This fragrant Tahitian oil is derived from soaking the petals of Tahitian gardenias in oil. It provides many skin benefits as it hydrates and helps improve the appearance of skin’s surface, resulting in firmer-looking skin. 

Find out more about each oil ingredient and visit our Spa Locator for your nearest authorized Eminence Organics Spa Partner. Which oil do you find the most effective? Let us know in the comments below or share with us on social media. 

This article was originally published in January 2016.

Updated By

Thea Christie

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Ultimate Guide For Dry Skin: Causes, Symptoms & How To Find Relief

Monoi age corrective night body cream

Ultimate Guide For Dry Skin: Causes, Symptoms & How To Find Relief

Written By:

Alisha Whitley

Does your skin feel rough and flaky year-round? Everyone’s skin goes through occasional bouts of dryness, but a more persistent struggle may be a symptom of your skin type. Read on to learn more about dry skin and find our recommendations to reduce and relieve dryness.

What Causes Skin Dryness?Dry Skin: 7 Signs & Symptoms | Why Do I Have Dry Skin?How To Combat Dry Skin On The Body

What Causes Skin Dryness?

Like all skin types, dry skin is genetic. It is characterized by an inadequate supply of sebum (which keeps skin lubricated) and lipids (which keep the skin’s moisture barrier intact). Without these essential materials, the skin loses its ability to produce and retain sufficient moisture. On the surface, this deficiency presents as dry, flaky skin and a lackluster complexion.

Skin also becomes thinner and drier with age. Over time, the skin’s stores of hyaluronic acid diminish as a result of the body’s natural aging processes. This naturally-occurring substance, which attracts and retains moisture, is crucial for keeping skin soft and supple, but without lipids or sebum, dry skin cannot stay lubricated and the skin barrier becomes compromised. Dry skin produces less oil than other skin types. This can lead to an increase in transepidermal water loss (TEWL), which can also be worsened with a compromised skin barrier. 

Dry skin is often confused with dehydration, but they are really quite different. While dehydration is preventable and easily treated, dry skin is a skin type that requires ongoing care to maintain. You may be stuck with dry skin, but the right skin care routine can make a world of difference. Moisturizers will help dry skin sufferers lock in more moisture, prevent TEWL and keep the skin lubricated.

Dry skin vs moisturized skin

Dry Skin: 7 Signs & Symptoms

A dry skin type comes with the following signs and symptoms:

  • Tightness, especially after cleansing
  • Rough texture
  • A dull, lackluster appearance
  • Barely visible pores
  • Flaking, scaling or peeling
  • Fine lines, particularly around the eyes and lips
  • A tendency toward redness and itching

Dry skin signs and symptoms

Why Do I Have Dry Skin? 

If you relate to most of the above symptoms, we’re going to recommend a gentle skin care routine to offer you relief from the persistent dryness. Before we do, you might be wondering why exactly you have dry skin in the first place. Previously we mentioned genetics, but there are environmental factors that exacerbate symptoms. 

1. Overly Hot Showers and Baths

It might feel soothing at the time, but taking long, hot showers leads to excessively dry skin. It’s hard to hear, particularly if you’re getting relief from the itch by standing under hot water, but dermatologists agree that showering for long periods dries out and damages the skin's surface. Simply restrict showers and baths to 5-10 minutes and use warm water instead of hot. 

2. Harsh Product Ingredients

Some soaps strip away the natural oil barrier on your skin, drying you out. Be wary of coming into contact with dishwashing liquid and kitchen soaps that contain irritating chemicals. Whenever you find yourself  touching soapy laundry or using cleaning products, wear gloves to protect your hands. This reduces the amount of time you are coming into contact with water and harsh chemicals. For your skin care routine, use only gentle skin care products. For example, try a mild, non-foaming cleanser for your routine, like an oil or hydrating cleanser, rather than a cleanser that forms a lather as it might strip your skin of essential oils. 

3. Dry Winter Air

Winter impacts those prone to dry skin greatly, and the lack of humidity is a big reason. Outside, the cold air has less moisture, and when you head indoors, the central heating is most likely pumping through your home or your office. And heating systems severely dry out the air. Consider running a humidifier to replenish moisture to the air in your house. If you’re in the office, or in an environment where you can’t control the heating, keep a moisturizer close at hand to reapply as often as you need. 

4. Not Enough Fat In Your Diet

To keep dry skin at bay, include fatty acids in your diet. Fatty acids are omega-3s found in foods like seafood, dairy, canola oil, eggs and meat from grass-fed animals. These foods include essential fatty acids and mono and polyunsaturated fats that contribute to both your skin and your overall health. 

5. Not Enough Moisture In The Skin

As previously touched on, dry skin is genetic. You have an inadequate supply of sebum and lipids so the skin has a more difficult time keeping itself lubricated and the moisture barrier intact. To lock in moisture, apply moisturizers immediately after showering or washing your hands. For example, the Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream for Face & Neck contains the superstar ingredient monoi. Monoi is a soothing and protective oil that deeply hydrates the skin and can protect against harsh environmental stressors like the sun or drying salt water.

Help! How Do I Combat Dry Skin Across My Body?

Day Skin Care Routine: Coconut Sugar Scrub

Exfoliate dry skin with Coconut Sugar Scrub. Natural sugar cane granules buff your skin to perfection, while coconut oil deeply hydrates and prevents damage caused by drying. You can also use our Stone Crop Revitalizing Body Scrub for full-body exfoliation.

Evening Skin Care Routine: Stone Crop Body Lotion

After removing that rough layer of dead skin cells, hydrate your newly polished skin with Stone Crop Body Lotion. Formulated with stone crop, lemon and bioflavonoids to enrich, support and moisturize the skin’s appearance.

Nighttime Routine: Monoi Age Corrective Night Body Cream

To combat itchy skin at night, smooth on Monoi Age Corrective Night Body Cream. This ultra-rich body lotion locks in moisture to reveal firm, velvety looking skin by morning. Lightly fragranced with monoi, this body cream helps alleviate itchiness due to dry skin.

Are you ready to find out more about alleviating your tight, dry skin? Read more about our recommended tips and solutions for living with dry skin

This article was originally written in April 2019.

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7 Unique Ways To Use Facial Recovery Oil

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7 Unique Ways To Use Facial Recovery Oil

Written By:

Thea Christie

We named it Facial Recovery Oil, but our customers call it “Liquid Gold." For adoring fans, this extraordinary golden oil is one of our most popular and revered products, holding a near-cult status. The benefits of this miraculous facial oil extend far beyond moisturization. This oil, made from organic and Biodynamic® ingredients, solves a whole host of problems on your face and body. 

Need to know more? First, let’s take a glance at the reason this skin care product is so unique and effective. Then we’ll do a deep dive into the seven ways to use Facial Recovery Oil that you may not have known about. 

Why Is Facial Recovery Oil So Unique?7 Ways To Use Facial Recovery Oil

7 benefits of using facial recovery oil

Why Is Facial Recovery Oil So Unique? 

One of the greatest overall benefits of Facial Recovery Oil? The fact that it is part of Eminence Organics’ award-winning Beyond Organic Collection. The products in this collection are made with certified Biodynamic® ingredients — meaning not only are they free from synthetic chemicals, as all of our organic products are, but they are also grown in a closed loop farming method to ensure a farm’s health and longevity

Instead of approaching farming as a means to an end (like many modern-day farming practices), the Biodynamic® farm is a beautiful, intricate ecosystem buzzing with plants and wildlife. The Biodynamic® farmer works in harmony with the natural cycles of the sun, moon and stars to bring each plant to their highest nutritional potency. The farmer adapts sustainable practices to yield the healthiest crops while protecting and healing the earth, using only natural solutions from within the farm.

The result is the pure and potent ingredients found in our Beyond Organic Collection, like the age-defying clary sage, balancing ylang ylang and olive and sesame oils found in our Facial Recovery Oil. Each product contains nourishing ingredients that are even higher in vitamins, nutrients and active compounds than traditional organic ingredients. Studies have shown Biodynamic® ingredients on average contain 30% more antioxidants and 47% more Vitamin C.

In an In The Mix video below, our Lead Skin Care Trainer, Natalie Pergar, explains more about these precious facial oil ingredients as well as when and how to add facial oils to our skin care routine.

TV personality Whitney Port recommends the oil on her blog and podcast, With Wit. She says, “… the [product] that I’m loving right now is the Eminence [Facial Recovery Oil]. [It’s] a natural face oil that’s just so luxurious and radiant and I use it at the end [of my regimen] especially when I want even more of a glow ..."

The oil’s skin care effects were also noticed by Hollywood star Cameron Diaz who recommends keeping her favorite oil in her beach bag: “A drop goes a long way to relieve any dryness in your skin from the sun and water. A drop on each cheek after your shower will do wonders.”

7 Ways To Use Facial Recovery Oil

1. Signs Of Aging In The Neck Area 

The Facial Recovery Oil has many uses, and one of them is to moisturize and tone the skin in the neck area. Due to the oil's olive and sage leaf ingredients, regular use improves the visible signs of aging on the neck, giving the delicate skin a plumped up glow.

2. Keratosis Pilaris

Have you ever worried about “chicken skin?” These bumps are formally known as keratosis pilaris, which build up in hair follicles, often in the arm, thigh or bottom area. A lack of sebum and fatty acids cause these protein plugs. Should you want to target this issue, a liberal use of Facial Recovery Oil melts the look of these bumps away. 

3. Puffy Eyes And Crow's Feet

Did you know that Facial Recovery Oil especially benefits the eye area Its key ingredients hydrate the undereye intensely to reduce the appearance of fine lines and puffy eyes.
A combination of clary sage oil, sage leaf extract, olive oil and ylang ylang calms and soothes the skin's appearance while deeply hydrating the complexion. Since there are less oil glands around the eyes, the oil delivers the extra moisture needed in an area extremely prone to dryness.

4. Chapped Lips

Free from parabens, perfumes, and harsh chemicals, Facial Recovery Oil soothes dry, chapped lips. When environmental stressors or dry climate chafe your lips, the oil relieves your pucker with a single drop. Afterwards, plump up your lips with our Marine Flower Peptide Lip Serum for a smoother-looking pout. 

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5. Dry Cuticles

After applying facial oil to your complexion, why not rub the remaining traces into your cuticles as well? Soften irritated dry cuticles and ensure your nails stay hydrated, healthy and strong.

6. The Look Of Uneven Skin Tone

Vitamin E and the herbal ingredients in Facial Recovery Oil target the look of uneven skin tone on your cheeks. With regular use, skin appears smoother, more even and refreshed. Beauty editors at The Fashion Spot testify, “We discovered this oil three years ago and can't imagine life without it.”

7. Stretch Marks And Surgical Scars

For skin issues like stretch marks and surgical scars, intense moisture from Facial Recovery Oil increases elasticity and improves the look of firmness in the skin. Clary sage oil, a key ingredient in this formula, contains hydrating properties which is important for improving the look of damaged skin.   

How do you use your bottle of Facial Recovery Oil? Let us know in the comments below or join the conversation on social media. 

This article was originally written in November 2015.

How To Apply Eye Cream: Are You Doing It Wrong?

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How To Apply Eye Cream: Are You Doing It Wrong?

Written By:

Karen Young Chester

Crow’s feet, undereye bags, dark circles … the eye area can be a pileup of your worst skin care nightmares. Because this area is delicate and particularly vulnerable to skin issues, it’s important to apply eye cream properly. Concerned that you’re doing it wrong? Here’s the Eminence Organics guide on how to use eye cream correctly and why you even need it in the first place.

What To Do Before You ApplyHow To Apply Eye Cream Regular How To Apply Eye Cream - Rollerball 

What To Do Before You Apply 

It sounds simple, but one of the first things you should do is prepare the area before application. Make sure you wipe away all traces of makeup with our Herbal Eye Makeup Remover or an oil-based cleanser like Stone Crop Cleansing Oil. If you’re sporting eyelash extensions, we recommend our Herbal Eye Makeup Remover for lifting away all signs of makeup without damaging your fragile extensions. 

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How To Apply Eye Cream Regular

The best way to apply eye cream is by using the following technique below. You can also watch this Eminence Organics video demonstration.

  1. Cleanse: First, cleanse the eye area. Saturate a cotton bud with 1-2 pumps of eye makeup remover. Gently wipe away residue from the eye area.

  2. Treat: To treat the eye area, pump or dispense a pea-sized amount of your chosen eye cream. We recommend the Neroli Age Corrective Eye Serum. Apply the thin layer to the cleansed eye area, using light, blending movements until it is absorbed. According to Allure, a gentle application for eye cream is essentialUse your ring finger to pat under the eye area. Because it is the weakest finger, the ring finger will apply the least amount of pressure on this delicate skin.

  3. Hydrate: Apply a hydrating eye product such as the Marine Flower Peptide Eye Cream. Apply the thin layer to the cleansed eye area plus the brow bone, using light, blending movements until it is absorbed. This additional application should provide extra moisture your skin may need.

  4. Use at night and/or day, as needed.

How To Apply Eye Cream - Rollerball

You can also use a rollerball style eye cream using a product such as the Hibiscus Ultra Lift Eye Cream. Here is the Eminence Organics technique for a rollerball-type eye cream:

  1. Cleanse: First, cleanse the eye area. Saturate a cotton bud with 1-2 pumps of eye makeup remover. Gently wipe away residue from the eye area. 

  2. Treat: Pump a pea-sized amount of your chosen eye cream. Sweep under the eye in a circular motion twice. Then massage in a circular motion all around the eye, including the brow bone.

  3. Apply Day And Night: Use day and/or at night, as needed.

Along with hibiscus and ice wine actives, the stainless steel rollerball in the Hibiscus Ultra Lift Eye Cream has a cooling effect which helps rapidly depuff the eye. If you want to superboost that soothing rollerball, leave it in the fridge to add an extra chill to your application.

Do I Really Need Eye Cream?

You may ask yourself why you need a specialized eye cream and whether an extra dose of regular moisturizer could do the same job. The reason why you need eye cream is because the fragile skin around your eye has an entirely different structure than the skin elsewhere on your face. According to WebMD, eye creams are formulated for this delicate skin and are thicker to provide extra protection. They also contain more actives that target the specific issues that the eye area is prone to. If you’re looking to deflate puffiness, combat crow’s feet or fight those fine lines, creams designed specifically for the eye area should be an essential part of your skin care routine. Find out more about eye care with your favorite authorized Eminence Organics Spa Partner.

Which Eminence Organics eye cream is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below or tell us on social media.

This article was originally written in June 2018.

Updated By

Thea Christie

Gua Sha For The Face And Neck

a woman using a gua sha tool

Gua Sha For The Face And Neck

Written By:

Sarah Elliott

It’s 2022, which means you’ve likely seen the praises of gua sha splashed across your social media. Type in “gua sha” on TikTok and you’ll be flooded with impressive before and after videos showing off the transformative results of this tiny tool. Gua sha is designed to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduce inflammation and sculpt the face (we’re talking cheekbones you never knew you had)! Gua sha helps you to relieve tension, stiffness and reduce deep set neck lines that can occur from prolonged use of technology (aka "tech neck"). Read on to discover our how-to gua sha guide for the face and neck, and learn from our Lead Skin Care Trainer, Natalie Pergar, as she walks you through the proper gua sha technique.

What Is Gua Sha

Gua sha has received recent praise for delivering impressive sculpting and tension-relieving results at a budget-friendly price point. While it may seem new to many of us, the gua sha in fact dates back to the Paleolithic Age and has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. Now widely recognized for its beauty benefits, the practice of gua sha began as a full body treatment for illness, disease and acupuncture therapy, where a stone was used to scrape across the skin to relieve pain and inflammation.

Traditionally, the gua sha tool was made from jade or bian stone, but given the tools immense popularity, there are now varieties ranging from rose quartz to stainless steel. According to Byrdie, it’s important to consider the shape of the gua sha, as it should be comfortable to grip and compliment the natural contours of the face. Look for one with multiple angles and divots to allow for smooth gliding along the jawline, cheekbones and under the eyes. 

Does Gua Sha Actually Work?

With all that said and done, does gua sha live up to the hype? We certainly think so, and not just for its skin-smoothing benefits, but as a holistic practice that encourages relaxation, reduces stress and releases tension in the body. As with most skin care habits, consistency is key to achieving the best results. Experts recommend starting your gua sha routine with two to three days a week and eventually working up to every day.

A study published in the Journal of Science and Healing suggests that gua sha can increase microcirculation in the skin by up to 400%, which results in a healthy, youthful-looking glow. Another clinical trial published by PubMed demonstrated positive causation when combining facial massage and "anti-aging cream." In this trial, 22 women applied a commercial anti-aging cream, followed with daily use of a massaging device. At the end of the eight week period, wrinkles appeared visibly smoother and the beneficial effects of the cream were amplified. Dermatologist, Dr. Dray, shares her professional opinion on gua sha and goes into detail about the clinical study mentioned above. As always, it’s important to begin any new skincare practice with realistic expectations! 

Benefits Of Gua Sha For The Face And Neck  

What are the benefits of gua sha According to Sandra Lanshin Chiu, an acupuncturist and owner of Lanshin, a holistic healing studio in New York, gua sha is effective for all skin types and concerns, including acne-prone. Chiu says: “Congested skin is stagnated —- meaning circulation of fluid and blood are sluggish, causing the skin to be more susceptible to swelling and inflammation. Facial gua sha improves lymphatic circulation (and thus drainage), but it also improves the quality of blood circulation and energy (“qi”) circulation.” 

Gua sha also:

  • Sculpts and contours the face
  • Improves product absorption  
  • Relaxes muscles and releases tension 
  • Improves circulation
  • Reduces puffiness 

Lanshin’s team of experts insists that focusing on the neck is essential to any gua sha routine, because it acts as a “pathway that shuttles vital nutrients up to feed your head and face, as well as circulate wastes down and out.” The hours spent each day on our phones and computers can contribute to neck tension that impacts how the neck functions. “Gua sha helps relieve muscle and tissue tension, allowing our bodies to return to optimal function. Increased circulation of blood, vital fluids and life force energy can then be returned to your skin and tissues. When done properly and regularly, this can lessen the appearance of the signs of 'aging' so many dread.”

Gua Sha Techniques For The Face And Neck 

For a video demonstration of gua sha techniques, view this In The Mix video with Natalie:

Natalie shares a step-by-step guide on how to gua sha your face and neck for best results:

  • Apply 4 - 10 drops of your preferred facial oil.
  • Starting from the base of your neck, gently glide the tool upwards towards the jawline on both sides.
  • Next, sweep outwards working from the middle of your chin towards the ear.
  • After this, sweep across cheeks finishing at the hairline.
  • Sweep over your eyebrow and up towards your hairline.
  • Sweep from between the eyebrows up to the hairline.
  • Finally, sweep upwards from the middle of your forehead to the hairline.
  • Repeat on the other side of your face.
  • Sweep each area between 3 - 10 times before moving onto the next part of the face.
  • Press the tool flat against your face. If you feel the gua sha tool tugging at your skin, add more oil or spritz with facial mist.

Products To Use For Gua Sha

Prep the skin with either a mist, serum, oil or moisturizer that provides enough slip for the gua sha to glide easily over the skin. You want to avoid tugging at the skin, as this can cause unwanted redness and irritation. If you find that happening, add a few more drops of your desired product. Our product recommendations to include in your gua sha routine are our beloved Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil and the Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck

Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil

The Rosehip Triple C+E Firming Oil is our ultra hydrating face oil that works to protect the skin against environmental pollutants, improve elasticity and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This award-winning product contains skin loving ingredients like seabuckthorn oil, rosehip oil and jojoba oil to soothe the look of dryness and reveal a glowy, youthful appearance. This oil works perfectly in your gua sha routine as it allows for. If you do feel the product absorbing as you work on different areas of the face, try spritzing one of our facial mists on top of this product to rehydrate the skin. 

Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck

The Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck is another great option to include in your Gua Sha routine, as it’s one of our richer, moisturizing creams. This cream will work best for drier skin types given its deeply hydrating ingredients like argan oil, shea butter and our Argan Stem Cell Complex. This cream can also be paired with one of our toners for additional hydration and slip when using your gua sha. We’d recommend the Neroli Age Corrective Hydrating Mist, a skin plumping toner formulated with a Natural Retinol Alternative, swiss green apple and coconut water, perfectly suited for all skin types. This toner has a five star rating on our website and has even found its way into Olivia Culpo's nighttime skin care routine, featured in Harper's Bazaar. Using your gua sha after applying the Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck will help the product’s active ingredients penetrate deeper into the skin for maximum line-smoothing results. 

Ready to enhance your skin care routine? Our expert trained estheticians can help you build a routine with products custom suited for your unique skin needs. Book now at your nearest Eminence Organics Spa Partner

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