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This Skincare Brand Was Co-Created With Thousands Of Women


by Holly O'Neill
29th Sep 2017
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Co-created by scientists, dermatologists and 1000s of women, YourGoodSkin? is a skincare brand designed to restore and maintain skin’s natural balance for visibly healthy skin. The range is made up of a regimen of 23 products from cleansers to targeted treatments?with visible results in as little as a month.

To truly understand what women want from skincare,?YourGoodSkinTM? decided to involve an online community with?an online panel of over 2,500 women,?to co-create a range of products to help women achieve consistently healthy looking skin.

THE HERO PRODUCT FROM THE RANGE

The?Balancing Skin Concentrate?is clinically proven to deliver visibly healthier skin and costs a very affordable??14.65.

YourGoodSkinTM?Balancing Skin Concentrate, €14.65

WHAT IS IT?

YourGoodSkinTM?Balancing Skin Concentrate is a lightweight serum designed to be used twice a day between your cleanser and moisturiser to help you achieve visibly healthier skin.

WHAT ARE SERUMS?

In the September issue of IMAGE, skincare expert?Jennifer Rock (a.k.a The Skin Nerd) told us all things serums; the ingredients, what to expect, when to use a serum, why you should use one, and its role in your regime. According to her, they’re a skin game-changer. ?When addressing our main concerns,? she told us, ?be they lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, redness, dark circles or irritation – serums are results-driven, challenging the skin in a way no cleanser or mask ever could.?

WHAT’S IN IT?

There’s a?powerful mix of ingredients,?working to optimise your’skin condition by addressing the reasons for skin imbalance; green tea, vitamin C, vitamin E and lipochroman,?to help fight oxidative stress.?Japanese?Lily?Turf?root extract?helps to visibly improve the appearance of skin’s condition and?Sphinganine helps to combat skin oiliness.

WHAT DOES IT DO?

The YourGoodSkinTM?Balancing Skin Concentrate has been designed to help restore the healthy appearance of your skin by targeting the signs of skin imbalance and give you visibly healthier skin in just 28 days. It targets five skin imbalances; skin texture, skin tone evenness, radiance, oiliness and moisture levels.

PROVE IT.

Fine, bossy. Three clinical trials were done on’the Balancing Skin Concentrate alone, with?90% of women tested agreeing to?improved skin texture. After four weeks, 96% of women had less dry skin. After four months,?71% of women achieved more even skin tone,? 80% of women?had more radiant skin and 94% of women achieved less oily skin. After just one day,?95% of women said their skin felt soft and smooth. Sold yet?

YES! WHERE CAN I BUY IT?

Shop YourGoodSkinTM?available exclusively at Boots?or online?here.


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