Rejuvenating skin is a great confidence boost
Today’s perspective on skin rejuvenation often creates a mind projection of the “botox effect”. While it might make some women feel better about themselves, it is a REALLY NOTICEABLE and, in most cases, not in the most pleasant way.
A rational approach on the subject, however, brings forward skin care and rejuvenation solutions which are more prone towards the natural look as they are, themselves, derived from natural extracts.
Auvela is such an example, and it brings forward a two steps program based on the internal and external approach.
Phase 1 – the internal approach with Phytoceramides
The skin treatment consists of tablets designed to offer nourishing and rejuvenating effects on the skin tissue. Its main ingredient is extracted from wheat flower and, when ingested, brings a boost of ceramides, thus nourishing the skin from within.
Ceramides are produced less and less as we begin to age, giving the saggy and wrinkly effect. Auvela Phytoceramides will re-enable the ceramides infusion for a complete skin revival effect.
Phase 2 – the external approach with Auvela Pure Rejuvenating Skin Care
Phase two revolves around the idea of external, direct, skin interaction. It consists of four different creams, based on vitamins and natural extracts, each with its unique, well thought purpose.
This four cream program will cleanse while blast the natural shine, moisture, texture and elasticity of your skin while locking in the progress and ensuring protection from outside influences.
Staying young is easier with a great skin
All women know that skin has a strong impact on our morale and confidence. And when it comes to skin issues the list seems to get longer with each passing year. Be it metabolism imbalances or other outside interventions, the first signal of a problem will be displayed on our skin.
This made Auvela pursue this scientific quest of delivering a skin care solution adapted for today’s needs while refusing to contradict nature in a flagrant manner which often leads to exaggerations.