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A Bowl Of Oats For Your Face

A long known secret of home made facials is to combine traditional cooked oatmeal with a little bit of warm cream, milk or water and make it into a mask.

While the mask might be a bit on the gloopy side, the good news is that you can also eat the leftovers.  Besides offering softening benefits, the oatmeal can also produce skin tightening results after long term use.

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Aubrey Organics has their own version of cooked oatmeal in a bowl for your skin.  The difference between the real oats and Aubrey Organic's Lumessence Lift skin product is that it can be used as a daytime or nighttime moisturer.  Or you can wear it around the clock if you wish.

It is not a face mask.  The product combines antioxidant CoQ10 with oat proteins and algae which has collagen boosting benefits.

Aubrey Organics describes Lumessence Lift product as a breakthrough in natural complexion care.  They say this revolutionary face cream replenishes and renews skin for a silky finish and a firmer, younger-looking complexion.

Used regularly, Lumessence Lift has a gradual tightening effect on the skin, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and keeps the complexion soft and well-hydrated for up to eight hours. Wear it daily and, within weeks, the difference will be beautifully apparent.

The cream also works great as a night cream leaving skin silky and smooth.  According to Aubrey Organics approximately 70% of Lumessence Lift users reported good or very good firming effect after two weeks of use.  Key feedback about Lumessence also includes the fact that the product does not cause skin breakouts, which is a common problem with similar skin products.

You can purchase Aubrey Organics Lumessence Lift in Whole Food Markets or other natural markets.  You can also purchase it on the Aubrey Organics website.

INGREDIENTS

Aqua, cetyl alcohol, alcohol denat. (38b, lavender*), butyrospermum parkii (shea butter)*, glycerin, rosa rubiginosa (Rosa Mosqueta®) seed oil*, avena sativa (oat) kernel protein, citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract, phospholipids (liposomes†), ubiquinone (CoQ10), tocopheryl acetate, sodium PCA, panthenol, sodium hyaluronate, retinyl palmitate, ascorbyl palmitate, xanthan gum, arginine, lysine, glycine, proline, acidophilus/grape ferment, glyceryl linoleate, glyceryl linolenate, pullulan, algae extract, corthellus shiitake (mushroom) extract, citrullus lanatus (watermelon) fruit extract, citrus paradisi (grapefruit) peel oil, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) water, ascorbic acid, aloe barbadensis leaf, glycine soja (soybean) oil, daucus carota sativa (carrot) root extract, beta-carotene, raphanus sativus (radish) extract.

*Organic

†Moisturizing, Humectant, Vitamin, Alpha-Hydroxy and CoQ10

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