It’s never too early to get into the habit of good skin care and thinking about age prevention treatments. Eminence Organic Skin Care has introduced a new collection targeted at people in their 20s and 30s looking for anti-aging benefits, but also something to fight acne breakouts. Read on for more…
The Eminence Organics Youth Shield Collection is formulated with red currant, elderflower, magnolia bark and tea tree, to balance and protect the skin while fighting free radicals, the leading cause of fine lines and wrinkles. This antioxidant complex helps to increase skin hydration, while providing some improvements in skin elasticity (although this is not usually a major concern for people in their 20’s and 30’s). What I like is that the range benefits those with normal to combination skin.
There are five products in the Youth Shield Collection:
- Red Currant Exfoliating Cleanser, $38
- Red Currant Rapid Infusion Masque, $54
- Red Currant Balancing Concentrate, $58
- Red Currant Protective Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF 30, $68
- Red Currant Mattifying Mist, $38
I had the opportunity to try the Youth Shield Collection and found it to be gentle and effective. While all of the products are extremely nice and pampering, my favorite is the Red Currant Protective Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF 30. One of the problems with sunscreens is that people don’t get in the habit of using them. This one is so light, you don’t notice that it’s on. I’ve been applying it in the morning before I walk and really like it.
I honestly liked each of the products in the Youth Shield line and didn’t experience any irritation or breakouts from use. If you tend to be on the oily side, I would recommend the Red Currant Exfoliating Cleanser, along with the Red Currant Mattifying Mist and the Red Currant Balancing Concentrate. The tea tree oil helps prevent breakouts by controlling oil production.
The Eminence Organic Youth Shield Collection is available this month at exclusive spas, salons and resorts across North America and at select online retailers. Do you seek out organic skin care? Is this a line you would use?