The Latest Innovation in Skin Care Products

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Discover the latest innovation in skin care products from SKINN Cosmetics, Adventuress, and Pro+Therapy. What’s the difference between products that stay with us year after year versus those that intro one year, and then die an ugly death soon after, i.e. discontinued? Poor marketing and lack of consumer buy-in.

Beauty companies would kill to have all of their product launches fill a consumer gap, therefore hitting a buying nerve and therefore blow out of retail doors. Of this mix of new products, what do you think, are you buying in or not?

The makeup setting sprays of yesterday have gotten a much-needed facelift. SKINN Nutri-Lift Lock & Lift On Demand Setting & Lifting Spray ($23.50, gives you the benefit of a setting spray that holds makeup in place, while the cocktail of botanical extracts, bio minerals & peptides work together to tighten and firm your skin’s appearance. Can you say “no Botox needed here?”

A woman who loves the outdoors deserves a team of skin care products like the Skin Care Collection by Adventuress ($85, to protect her skin from the elements. This durable travel kit includes cleanser, the skin purifier cleans out your pores while the moisturizer reduces the appearance of wrinkles, and for the outdoors there’s sunscreen and 5 hydrating facial wipes.

Okay, so the $130 price tag for Pro+ Therapy Emergence Cell Rejuvenation Complex ($130, isn’t for the faint of heart, but before you go judgin’, see what Emergence does and then decide. This is the only anti-wrinkle treatment with Phyto Cell Tec, a rare Swiss apple extract that supports cell turnover. Emergence also contains a bevy of other ingredients you won’t find in other skin care products like Vitasource to promote collagen synthesis & Kinetin-zeatin complex to improve the appearance of sun damage, skin roughness and blotchiness. Sounds like looker younger might be worth the $$$$.
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Aisha Tyler picture credit: (July 28, 2012 – Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America)

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