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Olay Reformulates Regenerist Micro-Sculpting

January 22, 2013

New Skin Energizing Technology fights the look of fatigue.

First-of-its-kind Cellular BioEnergetics research has shown age-related decreases in skin’s energy levels make aging skin fatigued – aged in appearance and less responsive to anti-aging ingredients. This research also indicates hydrating skin may help to boost natural bioenergy production in aged skin. Inspired by this explosive field of research, Olay has reformulated its best-selling Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream with Skin Energizing Technology to help fight the look of Skin Fatigue and accelerate the appearance of anti-aging results.

New Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream is designed is designed to accelerate the appearance of anti-aging results with Skin Energizing Technology, which contains a complex of ingredients that energizes surface skin turnover and includes two new anti-aging ingredients – Olivem and Lys’lastine.


Research conducted on nearly 2,500 women around the world shows new Olay Regenerist with Skin Energizing Technology hydrates to improve skin’s responsiveness and fight the look of Skin Fatigue by accelerating surface layer cell turnover, increasing brightness and decreasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, said the company.


More info: www.olay.com

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