Supplier's Corner

TRI-K Introduces Easylift Active

July 12, 2007

Easylift is a new tightening active from TRI-K Industries’ Soliance, designed to instantly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. One hundred percent natural and sustainably developed, Easylift is a synergistic blend of Acacia and Rhizobian gum. When applied to the skin, the polymers in Easylift act together to form a continuous, elastic network across the skin’s surface.

As it dries, Easylift tightens and lifts the skin. Within minutes, wrinkles are reduced, and fine lines vanish right before—and from under— your eyes. These long-lasting effects won’t cause the skin to feel tight. Rather, the skin feels comfortably smooth and looks younger.

Easylift is preservative-free, ECOCERT-certified and non-GMO, and is available in North America through TRI-K Industries.

More info: www.tri-k.com.
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