In a recent article, Skincare-News.com reviews the Decleor line. The products in this collection utilize ingredients from nature, such as plant extracts and essential oils. And, Decleor now offers products for both the face and body.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) May 6, 2009 — Wondering if natural product lines are effective? A recent Skincare-News.com review investigates the Decleor product line.
While many products use aromatherapy, the Decleor collection is unique in its use of the “Aroma Duo” concept. These products combine Aromatherapy to purify the skin, and Phytotherapy to protect it from environmental damage. The result? High-quality products that support the skin and delight the senses. Skincare-News.com’s latest article, “Decleor Product Review: Holistic Skincare” reviews a selection of products from Decleor’s exceptional line.
Decleor features first-rate essential oils to purify and beautify the complexion. Using ingredients from nature, these cleansers, toners, moisturizers and specialized treatments balance and nourish the skin, while addressing specific skin types.
Decleor’s gentle and effective cleansers come in several formulas: cleansing water, milk, foam, gel and cream. Its alcohol-free toners balance the skin and leave it silky smooth. Use the Decleor Tonifying Lotion, which is ideal for all skin types, to gently soften and tone. Finish with a moisturizer such as the Decleor Instant Radiance Moisturizer, which will brighten and illuminate the skin while protecting it from free radical damage.
Decleor’s body collection offers targeted solutions to correct issues such as cellulite, stretch marks, sagging skin and even fatigue. For an all-over body treatment, massage a few drops of Decleor Systeme Corps into the skin to moisturize and firm. The Decleor Perfect Sculpt Bust Beautifying Toning Gel keeps the bust and décolleté smooth, firm and lifted. Reduce existing stretch marks, limit the appearance of new marks and hydrate the skin with Decleor Perfect Sculpt Stretch Mark Restructuring Gel Cream. To combat heaviness and fatigue in the legs, Decleor Circulagel immediately cools the legs, stimulates circulation and relieves any tension.
This line also offers lightly scented shower and bath gels that are designed to make every day a spa experience. Ideal for the morning, try Decleor Alguaromes — a stimulating shower gel that gently cleanses the skin and restores the pH balance. Or, for a soothing treat before bed, Decleor Relaxing Shower and Bath Gel helps to relieve stress and soothe muscle fatigue.
Interested in learning how to incorporate essential oils into a daily routine? Decleor’s Aromessence products boast potent, precise blends of essential oils to enhance the complexion and fortify the skin.
For the face, the line offers a variety of concentrated combinations tailored to individual skin types. The Ylang Ylang Purifying Concentrate is formulated to normalize excess sebum in oily or combination skin types. The Aromessence Essential Balm, a healing and detoxifying balm, restores a radiant glow to the complexion, and is ideal for dull, damaged skin. For the body, the Aromessence Spa Relax helps people to relax and unwind by relieving tension and stress and softening the skin.
Those who are interested to see what active botanicals can do for the skin should consider the Decleor collection. Whether people are concerned with an oily complexion, want to defend the skin from environmental damage or just need a relaxing spa treatment, Decleor offers a variety of effective products. Its unique combination of Aromatherapy and Phytotherapy helps to boost the complexion and body, invigorate the senses and relax the mind.
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