Elysee Specials 12/30, 12/31, 1/1
on 12/31/16 I purchased from Elyesee the 3 piece skin reveival kit…
How much of each product do you use each time…am/pm? No clude?!
I can’t reccomend enough that you know what you are putting onto=into your body.
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I watched some of these shows the other day & I have no idea the age of Ms Marshall but WOW does she ever have a beautiful face and her firmness in her face & chin area is really great! She also has such volume in her cheeks. Have alot of you had such wonderful results since starting this line of skincare? I am curious as I haven’t purchased it YET. I look forward to hearing some great testimonials from forum members I trust here 🙂
I saw where someone wrote that the products have parabans in ingredients. I was surprised as so many make a point of saying paraban free now. I know it is a preservative, but has been found in breast cancer tumors. I looked at ingredients for their products, and indeed it is listed. I did order the fab five kit. I’ve never used this line before. Any thoughts on info about paraban usage?
Kemi, Thank u so much for taking so much of your time to explain all of this to me. Very interesting info & I’m sure a lot of others will find it very valuable info as well. I didn’t get to wish you Happy New Years, I have had bad migraines & wasn’t online so I want to wish you Happy New Year & thank you so much for all your kindness. You are such an awesome person! And to all Happy Nrw Years Day as well????????
@tamrick Here is the info on HEV that u asked for:
Concern for Skin Damage:
High Energy Visible Light and Indoor Protection
High energy visible (HEV) light, also known as near-UV (NUV), is another type of light on which most industry professionals have yet to be educated. New research shows that skin damage caused by HEV light may be as harmful as the damage caused by UVA and UVB light combined.
HEV light is a high frequency light in the violet/blue band with wavelengths from 400 to 500 nanometers in the visible spectrum. It does not generate the immediate erythema or edema reactions triggered by UVB and UVA, but like UVA, HEV light may be another silent, long-term aging wavelength. Understanding HEV light has exposed the harsh reality that we are all exposed to some form of HEV light every day of our life.
Computer monitors, flat screen televisons, mobile phones with flat screens, energy efficient cool white daylight or full spectrum lights, reflective surfaces like snow, concrete, sand, water, and glass or even sitting near car windows, provides constant exposure to the damaging effects of HEV lights.
The harmful effects of HEV light are many: weak barrier function, increased dryness and sensitivity, increase in the number of senescent cells, depressed immunity and suppressed healing, inflammation and redness, wrinkles, skin sagging, and uneven pigmentation.
LiposhieldTM HEV (INCI: Melanin) is the first ingredient designed specifically to shield skin from HEV light. It is not a sunscreen because it only works in the HEV light range, but it can be incorporated into sunscreens in order to cover the light not addressed by ultraviolet filters and reflectors. It can also be incorporated into skin care products, instead of sunscreen ingredients. Inspired by melanin that naturally occurs in the human body where it is released into the skin as a first line of defense against exposure to certain damaging light waves, high energy visible melanin prevents oxidative stress, damage related to an impaired barrier, skin aging due to accelerated cellsenescence and may also prevent uneven pigmentation and age spots.
Other ingredients that can lower the damage caused by HEV light are microfine titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, both of which are capable of reflecting high energy visible light near the top part of the UVA spectrum.
YouthSpan™ Enviro-Shield Tinted Veil
Watch the video on the product page for more interesting info.
, thanks for the info. It can be overwhelming to select from all these producs.
What do you like about the face appeal skin resurfacing?
I have the firm and resculp duo my fav’s but don’t know much about it so I’ll tune in when she visits.
In the past I have tried the 5 favs.
Any thoughts on a product the deep cleans the skin?
Thank you for replying Kemiqueen. I use everything you do except the Luminacai. May try the AP line because my skin is getting to be lackluster, on top of other things like lines and wrinkles. Love to watch Linda when she is on, always learn so much. I will pay attention when she talks about the AP products.
Thank you for posting the specials Kemiqueen. Have you (or anyone else) tried the Age Defense AP products? They sound interesting, but would love to hear opinions before I buy. Thanks.
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