An Apple a Day Keeps the Wrinkles Away
Drop the Botox and Kiss Your Wrinkles Goodbye with Eclos
NEW YORK, NY, March 228, 2010 -- Recessionistas use Eclos "Super Apple" Skincare for Younger Looking Skin. All over the country, women are parting with plastic surgeons, renouncing Retin-A, dumping dermatologists and canceling chemical peels.
During these tough economic times, women face a dilemma. How do you get younger looking skin without pain, needles and breaking the bank? Women are eschewing expensive spa treatments and pricey plastic surgery in favor of Eclos, a skincare line that uses plant-based stem cells.
The Acai Berry is SO last season! The latest buzz in skincare is a rare Swiss Apple called the Uttwiler Spatlauber. This "Super Apple" is so rare that only 20 trees are in existence. Researchers noted that these when these super apples were punctured they healed themselves. They also boast an extremely long shelf life; they last 4 months longer than typical shrivelled apples.
This rare Swiss Apple has a self-renewal power that rejuvenates aging, saggy skin. Apple stem cells are rich in epigenetic factors and metabolites that assure the longevity of skin cells.
The application of plant cell cultures to maintain skin stem cells is a breakthrough in anti-aging. Eclos uses the super apple to boost the production of human stem cells. It protects skin from stress, and decreases wrinkles for fresher looking skin. Elcos takes the revolutionary technology of super apple and plant-based stem cells to create younger looking skin.
Wrinkles won't stand a chance when you use Eclos. It's a natural, plant-based skincare line featuring a Restorative Eye Cream $24.99, Moisture Therapy Regenerative Cream $24.99, Cellular Activator Face Serum $24.99, Facial Cleanser, $14.99, Mask $12.99 and Scrub, $12.99.
Why look like Granny Smith when you could use Eclose to become the apple of his eye? Eclos harnesses the power of the super apple to wipe years off of your face. It uses apple cell cultures to heal skin stem cells.
It's truly a breakthrough in anti-aging. Women are turning to this highly-covetable forbidden fruit for wrinkle reduction. In clinical tests, the active ingredient in Elcos removes the appearance of wrinkles by 15% after only 4 weeks. Eclos promotes the self-renewal capacity of the skin. It stimulates human stem cells, protecting skin and promoting skin rejuvenation.
Celebs from Gwyneth Paltrow to Julianne Moore rely on the super apple as their "fountain of youth." Vogue reported that Michelle Obama uses the super apple to maintain her youthful glow. Clinical test have proven the ingredients in Eclos to reduce crows feet by an average of 15% in four weeks. Eclos is powerful, plant-based, natural skin care, using the power of nature to keep you forever young. Get younger looking skin the natural way with Eclos skincare. Use Elcos, because an apple a day keeps wrinkles at bay.
Eclos is the least expensive of all of the new Swiss Apple skincare lines, bringing the wrinkle-busting power of the Swiss Apple to everyone. Super apple skincare lines charge are pricey. From Chantecaille's $260 Nano Gold Eye Cream to ReVive's $1,482 Peau Magnifique, super apple skincare is super pricey.
For those on a budget, you can get Eclos from $12.99 for the Facial Mask to $24.99 for the Regenerative Cream; an outright bargain by comparison. Eclos is available at Ulta and Rite Aid. Look for Eclos in CVS and Walgreens in the fourth quarter of 2010.
Please follow me on Twitter at: http://Twitter.com/HairBoutique. I look forward to meeting new people from all walks of Twitter and learning from their Tweets. Visit us at Hairboutique.com located at: http://www.HairBoutique.com, on Facebook, MySpace and YouTube.
Thank you for visiting us at The HairBoutique Blog and for leaving your comments. They are very much appreciated. We apologize in advance but must remove any direct advertisements or solicitations.
Please follow us on Twitter at: https://Twitter.com/HairBoutique. I look forward to meeting new people from all walks of Twitter and learning from their Tweets.