Elizabeth Arden is expanding their SUPERSTART line with the addition of a Probiotic Cleanser -Whip to Clay. Harnessing the power of probiotics with rich botanicals to help restore skin to a healthy appearance. By supporting skin’s natural microflora to strengthen its own natural defenses, SUPERSTART leaves skin feeling resilient and refreshed. These products provide the perfect boost to any skincare regimen for all ages and skin types.
“For skin to function properly and protect itself, it needs proper pH levels and healthy microflora levels.” says Dr. Dendy Engelman, Elizabeth Arden Consulting Dermatologist. “Billions of natural microflora, comprised of healthy and unhealthy bacteria, reside on the surface of the skin. If they become imbalanced it can result in skin problems. Probiotic skincare can help increase moisture in the skin, and leave skin looking smooth and radiant.”
SUPERSTART Skin Renewal Booster (R755.00 for 30ml and R999.00 for 50ml) uses a combination of probiotics and botanicals to support the surface layer of the skin. Boosting its natural defenses and ability to renew itself. Used before a serum or moisturizer, SUPERSTART Skin Renewal Booster is proven to restore the appearance of the surface layer for supple, smooth, looking skin.
Probiotic Complex – a complex that provides the skin with probiotic action that triggers an improvement in the appearance of the skin with a nourishing and smoothing effect, and optimizes skin’s microflora and its natural defenses.
Sea Fennel Extract – this rare Mediterranean coastal plant, enhances surface skin cell renewal to help increase luminosity, skin smoothness, and the complexion. It also contains antioxidant properties that help to scavenge and fight off free radicals that lead to skin damage and signs of aging.
Flaxseed Extract – this plant seed extract helps to reinforce skin’s barrier and encourages skin to sustain optimal lipid levels.
Glasswort Extract – derived from a coastal succulent. It helps boost skin’s natural moisturization by optimizing Aquaporins, skin’s hydration channels, and reducing water loss within the skin.