Plant Based Stem Cell Active In Blueberry & Oat Skin Quench
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Plant based stem cell

Plant Based Stem Cell Active In Blueberry & Oat Skin Quench

Hello and happy Friday!

I’m excited to offer my latest formula which contains a plant based stem cell active derived from blueberries.  The full name of it is Phyto-Biotics Blueberry & Oat Skin Quench.

Kind of funny how it came about…  I formulated it for my NCN Barbershop line.  It’s the same formula as “Spackle After Shave Balm“.  When I formulated Spackle, I tested it, and fell in love with it.  I used it for a couple of months and realized I just had to make it for women as well. My skin has never been as soft, and the blueberries are not only a plant based stem cell, it’s one of the most sought after state-of-the-art antioxidants.

Aside from the plant based stem cell active in the formula, it also has Colloidal Oat and Oleanolic Acid in it.  Both are antioxidants, firming, and offer other anti-aging benefits as well.  Vitamin E is in the mix which is also an antioxidant.

Colloidal Oat is what creates such a soft complexion.  It works as a skin barrier and is highly moisturizing.   Phyto-Biotics Blueberry & Oat Skin Quench is a light textured moisturizer that soaks into your skin beautifully.

Oleanolic acid has other benefits as well.  A skin calming active, it helps to prevent acne, including the acne that arises from rosacea.  Anyone who has sensitive skin will truly love how kind this is to your skin.  It’s also has antimicrobial, collagen stimulating, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Plant based stem cell actives have only been around for a few years.  I’ve tested them before, but never had the great results I’m seeing from this one.  The jury in general is still out on plant based stem cell actives.  Some say that they “the theory is that by applying a product that contains stem cell extracts derived from plants or fruits,  you may encourage the growth of your own skin’s stem cells and possibly trigger their anti-aging effects”.  I would say that is 100% correct!

 

 

 

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