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Eminence Organics Expands Into Anti-Aging

August 19, 2013

New collection features red currant, elderflower and magnolia bark.

Éminence Organic Unveils Youth Shield Collection Éminence Organic Skin Care is expanding its anti-aging offerings with the new Youth Shield collection. Naturally derived from red currant, elderflower and magnolia bark, the Youth Shield Antioxidant Complex is proven to give dramatic results in just two months, said the company.


“Your skin thrives on hydration, nutrients and nourishment. How we treat it today greatly impacts its health and radiance tomorrow,” said Boldijarre Koronczay, president & founder of Éminence. “Many people wait until the visible effects of aging skin start to show before they seek treatment, but a good skin care routine is crucial to skin at all ages. We have created Youth Shield to help people protect their skin from influential factors that can lead to aging skin. These preventative products will help skin maintain its youthful radiance for years to come.” 
 



Products range from a Red Currant Exfoliating Cleanser
Age Preventative gel facial wash for normal to combination skin types to a

Red Currant Rapid Infusion Masque
Potent age preventative gel masque for normal to combination skin types  ($$) to a Red Currant Protective Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF 30
Ultra-light age preventative SPF moisturizer.
 
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