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Restorsea Rolls Out 24-Karat Gold Oil

September 2, 2014

Said to control sebum and add a luminous touch to skin.

Typically, oily skin is fought by stripping essential oils, causing production of more sebum. When oil formulated for the face is applied, skin believes it is moisturized and sebum production is under control. To target this need, Restorsea’s latest creation is a 24kt Liquid Gold Face Oil ($150)—billed as a nourishing treatment that leaves skin hydrated and luminous.
 
24kt Liquid Gold Face Oil helps control sebum production while creating a protective barrier against environmental factors, including cold temperatures, pollution and toxins. It absorbs instantly and hydrates, providing a super soft, silky smooth finish and renewed vitality. Known for its healing properties, 24-karat gold flakes melt into skin, delivering a multidimensional glow.
 
Restorsea products are powered by a proprietary Vibransea complex and anchored by Aquabeautine XL a natural enzyme released by baby salmon during the hatching process that selectively exfoliates only dead skin cells, allowing living ones to flourish.
 
Products will be sold in October at Bergdorf Goodman and online at Restorsea.com.
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