Secret of the Red Carpet: Great Skin Comes from Great Ingredients in Superb Products:Jeffrey James Botanicals’
When I come across a botanically based skincare line, I perk up. When I find out it’s certified organic– it gets my attention. Hailed by dermatologists to accommodate all skin types,
is a simple six-step luxurious line fits easily into a daily regimen for active men and women. Passionate about radiant skin and radiant health, each natural ingredient is hand-selected for its organic purity and healing properties along with the ability to absorb into the skin. All products are also organically certified.
This sounds almost too good to be true but at least with the six products you won’t be blowing past $300 on one product but an entire range of products for less than that $300 that actually deliver quality botanicals that will help balance, soothe and nourish your skin.
The full product roundup is below:
The Wash: rich blend of organic essential oils and ocean minerals for a therapeutic facial cleanser that is restorative for all skin types. Ocean minerals nourish and repair skin lesions, dry skin and blemishes. Botanicals soothe and renew skin cells and stimulate cellular regeneration. MSRP $20
The Exfoliant: Ideal for a five-minute facial twice a week, acai berries and bamboo heal and tone the skin while organic aloe vera, essential oils and raspberries draw toxins out. High in antioxidants and bioflavenoids, the scrub nourishes and protects the skin while gently exfoliating for accelerated cell turnover. MSRP $36
The Toner: Vitamin C renews the skin while fighting free radicals alongside over a dozen unique botanical actives. Nano-structured water suspends ingredients in a highly bio-available to this formulation, while bee propolis preserves the integrity of the skin. MSRP $24
The Serum: Also known as “The Fountain of Youth” as Hyaluronic Acid makes up 50% of the formulation. The product hold up to 1000 times its weight in water and draws moisture out of the environment and onto the surface of your skin. Non-comedogenic, penetrates deeply and activates collagen production for a fresher, younger, firmer and more radiant complexion. MSRP $44
The Firm: Anti-aging serum that provides an instant firming facelift. A true powerhouse of antioxidants, cranberry, blueberry, bayberry and raspberry work together to act as a shield and fight free radicals while rejuvenating the skin. MSRP $42
The Crème: Restorative and regenerative product infused with Glycolic and Alpha Hydroxy acid to boost cell renewal and collagen production. Bee propolis and royal jelly preserve and restore proteins and enzymes for anti-aging action. Actives ingredients such as Wild Indigo scavenge free radicals and superior organic plant oils nourish the skin. $42
There is also an Eye Creme that is simply amazing. A blend of luscious organic botanicals to depuff, nourish, smooth out fine lines and provide serious anti-oxidant protection, this might be one product you want to carry in your handbag as well as put on your bathroom counter. MSRP: $36
Price points range from $20 to $42 and can be purchased online at www.jeffreyjamesorganics.com along with 45 locations nationwide including Fred Segal in Santa Monica, CA.
This line’s ingredient list for each product is a wealth of great botanicals. You should check it out and realize that the entire family of products costs about $244 (MSRP) .. and is a value that can’t be compared to cosmeceuticals because it’s organically certified, vegetarian and also not animal-tested. Got to love their philosophy on this one. (Means I need to go buy a few things to try this line)
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