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Osmosis Calm

Posted by JoElla Milan on December 6, 2008

Osmosis Calm

Osmosis Calm

I love this product.  It is made for Rosacea and sensitive skin. People think of Rosacea and Sensitive skin as conditions that require non-active products because of their tendency to over-react. The important distinction is that these skin types need non-irritating, active ingredients to remodel their damaged skin in a way that promotes healing.

Rosacea and Sensitive skin are the result of inflammation and it is critical to use ingredients that remodel, repair and calm so that skin health is restored. The capillaries (and redness) that are often seen reflect two conditions; the skin is attempting to repair itself by increasing blood supply to certain areas,and the skin thins from the excessive inflammation which results in more capillaries.

 Calm is designed to increase the density of the skin while calming the inflammation and encouraging repair. Eleven active, liposome coated ingredients including Retinaldehyde have been proven to be highly effective for Rosacea), make this product superior to anything else on the market.

Another great feature of this product is that it is very firming around the eye area. Be sure you skin is adjusted to Calm before using it around the eye I personally use it on the upper and lower eye area. It makes a big difference in fine lines. It almost makes you look as though you had an eye lift.  Kiss your Botox good-bye.

To purchase this product, go to  http://www.karinherzog-jmilan.com

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