RE9 Advanced Anti-Ageing Collection: A revolution in prestige skincare

Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to discover more youthful, healthy skin.  Arbonne RE9 is an ultra-premium skincare collection which puts powerful anti-ageing ingredients into your hands.

What really makes RE9 Advanced special are the high performance ingredients used throughout the collection.

Sustainable orange stem cells, alpha hydroxy acids, sea buckthorn ceramide, and powerful peptides support skin moisture, improve the appearance of skin firmness, elasticity and tone, and minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles — helping skin look visibly rejuvenated and youthful.

It gets even better when you use the products in conjunction with the Arbonne Intelligence® Genius Ultra. The Genius Ultra makes most of these products even more effective, with clinically proven results.

You will want to use these products consistently as a twice a day skincare regime for maximum benefit. Let’s go through the steps to ensure you get the maximum benefits. Continue reading “RE9 Advanced Anti-Ageing Collection: A revolution in prestige skincare”

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Beat the signs of ageing with targeted nutrition and skincare

Did You Know?

As we age, our skin’s needs for care and support change in order to keep it looking healthy. Youthful and healthy looking skin appears smooth, radiant, hydrated, even toned, and firm without the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and redness.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology: Production of collagen and elastin slows down a dramatic 65% between the ages of 20 and 80. The thickness of the skin decreases a staggering 6% every 10 years. The sun causes 90–95% of wrinkles, lines, as well as brown, red and white discolourations on our bodies.

Our biology and genes account for only about 10% of the visible signs of ageing.  In general, the darker the skin, the less visible the signs of ageing. and thicker skin does not show ageing as fast as thinner, more fragile skin types – which is why men’s skin ages more slowly.

The other 90% of our skin age is down to external factors such as smoking, too much alcohol, poor nutrition, and – the biggest culprit –  sun exposure. Free radicals are considered to be a major contributor to the ageing process. Free radicals are created by UV exposure, pollution, stress, smoking, and normal metabolic processes. Free radicals bring about changes that lead to the degradation of the skin’s firmness (collagen) and elasticity (elastin) that is characteristic of photo aged skin.

The visible symptoms of extrinsic ageing include: wrinkling, sagging, discolouration, pigmented spots, thin skin, spidery lines, and lack of colour.

We all want radiant, youthful-looking skin. So what can we do to minimise – or reverse – the process? Continue reading “Beat the signs of ageing with targeted nutrition and skincare”

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Holding back the years

January can be a difficult month. By “Blue Monday” most of us are beating ourselves up over broken resolutions. The willpower of New Year’s day disappearing along with the last of the Christmas cake washed down with a few glasses of Baileys whilst bingeing on the box set you got from the kids.  You too?

Let’s be kind to ourselves. Allow January to pass slowly by as we finish the mountain of nuts and eventually get the glitter out of the carpet. Come February we’ll be raring to go. That’s the time to start thinking ahead. The snowdrops are peeking and daffodils are already in the shops. Spring can’t be far away.

This is the last year I’ll see my fifties (yikes!). I’m a grandmother (hooray!). And the knees can be a bit dodgy in the mornings. But I’m not giving in.

When I get on the dance floor I can still show the youngsters a thing or two.

My theme for 2018? “Holding back the years”. Here’s my top tips for keeping old age at bay. Continue reading “Holding back the years”

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