I’ve always had a difficult time with moisturizers. I spent years trying to find something that doesn’t clog up the pores on my nose and chin. And although I am seriously crazy about eye cream at night and sunscreen in the morning, my in-between routine goes like this: Wash and tone at night, tone after showering in the morning. But there are times when I need a little extra something something. I just found it in the new Pure Argan Milk Intensive Hydrating Treatment from Josie Maran.
It hydrates, yes. But with such a light touch that it feels like my skin just drinks it in—there’s no oil sitting on top to clog pores. My face is softer, smoother and just looks better after a few days of using it every night. I’m no supermodel, but I swear I’ve got more glow.
My skin is softer, smoother and just looks better after a few days of using Josie Maran Pure Argan Milk. Get $10 off! As with all Josie Maran products, the ingredients are vegan and natural—many of them organic—and it’s paraben, gluten and synthetic fragrance free. The natural fragrance is some kind of sensual delicate perfume that I can’t get enough of. Oh, and the argan oil is fair trade sourced in Morocco. Love that!
The secret is in the way that Josie Maran Pure Argan Milk Intensive Hydrating Treatment is manufactured. The product is one of the first of its kind to be made using a particle accelerator—defined by Wikipedia as “a device that uses electromagnetic fields to propel charged particles to high speeds.” I think I understand what that means. Apparently, the process produces micro-droplets of argan oil and purified water small enough to penetrate the outer layer of the skin and into the cells, where they deliver hydration.
And, if Josie herself is any testament, some serious glow.
Now through 2.28.14 get $10 and free shipping on any purchase of $50 or more at JosieMaranCosmetics.com by using “GREEN” at check out. Happy shopping!
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