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Super Restorative Serum (Former Formula)

1 fl oz
Item# 0053219
$136.00 $102.00

Restores, renews, replenishes

  • Skin Type Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily
  • Texture Cream
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Restores, renews, replenishes
Patented complex — with revitalizing Pueraria Lobata — visibly minimizes the look of age spots. Instantly replenishes and revitalizes, promoting smoother facial features and more defined contours. Restores a youthful vitality to mature skin challenged by natural hormonal changes due to the aging process.
Product Attributes
  • Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily
  • Texture: Cream
  • Concern: Anti-Aging
  • Age Range: 50s, 60s
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Patented complex — with revitalizing Pueraria Lobata — visibly minimizes the look of age spots. Instantly replenishes and revitalizes, promoting smoother facial features and more defined contours. Restores a youthful vitality to mature skin challenged by natural hormonal changes due to the aging process.
Featured Ingredients
  • Butterfly bush Butterfly bush Originally from China, this shrub is also known as summer lilac and butterfly tree. Its attractive shape and summer flowering have won the heart of all France and it can now be found in gardens from Brittany to the Ile de France.Buddleia leaves are used in traditional Chinese medicine for their remarkable healing properties. Rich in repairing, anti-free radical substances called iridoïds, the buddleia has been used for the first time in cosmetics by Clarins.
  • Coconut Coconut Coconut is the fruit of the coconut palm which grows in tropical regions. The tree's tall, slender trunk is topped by a crown of leaves. The fruit is protected by a large, fibrous shell, and its firm, white flesh and milk are edible. Copra oil is extracted from the fruit and often used in cosmetology to tone and protect skin.
  • Kaki Kaki The kaki, or persimmon, is a fruit tree originating from the mountains of China and Japan which is also grown across the Mediterranean. Its fleshy fruit with a smooth, orange skin, resembles a tomato. The kaki is eaten when very ripe and is a rich source of energy. All parts of the tree have medicinal properties. The extract from the bark is astringent, the juice from its fruit helps to reduce hypertension and the calyx is a recognized remedy for coughs.
  • Organic Teasel Organic Teasel Beneath a prickly exterior, Teasel holds a wealth of revitalizing virtues. Also known as Venus’ Basin, the rainwater that collects within its bowl of leaves was used as a cosmetic in ancient times. Helps minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles caused by a stressful lifestyle.
  • Linseed Linseed Everyone is aware that the flax plant is used in textile manufacture. Yet, the plant's seed, Linseed, with its medicinal properties is lesser known. In former times, linseed flour was utilized as an emollient to relieve skin rashes and inflammation. Brown-coloured linseed is rich in sugars and peptides for soothing smarting skin or rashes.
  • Olive Tree Olive Tree The olive tree is a native of the Mediterranean countries and has been used for a long time for its therapeutic properties. The olive is a sacred tree. For many years the oil and leaves were used to make a cream for the athletes and wrestlers of ancient Greece and Rome. The leaves have a healing and toning action on the skin that is widely used in cosmetics. Vegetal perhydrosqualene is derived from the olive. Extremely moisturizing, it is similar to the lipids in the skin.
  • Pelvetia Pelvetia The pelvetia is a small brown seaweed found on rocks along the Brittany coast, which grows in fine strips no longer than 10cm. This seaweed is spectacularly resilient and vigorous. In fact it can survive out of water for over two weeks and despite turning black and brittle, completely recovers after being immersed in water for just a few minutes. At low tide, it can survive a loss of 68% water without dying.
  • Parsley Parsley Parsley is a biennial plant cultivated throughout the world as a culinary herb. Despite its beneficial effects, Parsley is much-prized by "wizards" and is one of the gardener's dreads. Legend says that anyone who plants parsley seeds is likely to die before the year is out. In the south of France, it is still thought if a pregnant woman touches parsley the plant will die.
  • Kudzu Kudzu This exotic plant originates from China and Japan. Commonly called the « kudzu vine », it produces clinging vine-like shoots. It was introduced last century to the United States for its wonderful purple flowers, as a rich source of nutrients for the soil and its ability to slow down erosion with roots which can reach up to two metres in length. The pueraria is used in Asian cooking as a starch to thicken dishes.
  • Rosemary Rosemary Rosemary is a small, fragrant shrub from the Mediterranean region which grows wild or cultivated on chalky soil. The long, narrow, sweet-smelling leaves, rich in essential oils, are much used today to flavour food.There is a legend that in the 16th century, Isabelle of Hungary prepared with her own hands a rosemary cordial which is supposed to have restored her to health and youth at the age of 70.
  • Tomato Tomato The tomato orginates from the Peruvian Andes and Mexico where it was grown by the Incas. The word tomato comes from the Aztec word 'tomalt' meaning « fleshy fruit ». Christopher Columbus discovered it and brought it back to Europe where it enjoyed great success in the Mediterranean. The Italians call it « golden apple » or « love apple » due to its reputed aphrodisiac properties.
  • Thyme Thyme Thyme, "farigoule" in the French provençal language, is one of the most important plants in the Mediterranean basin. Legend says that it grew from one of Helen's tears, changed by the gods into a plant to help humanity. This is still true today, since it is used in cooking and for its therapeutic properties. In the classical age, the Romans used it to produce a stimulating and fortifying bath.The tiny, short leaves are rich in essential oils with stimulating and antiseptic effects, used in phytotherapy and cosmetics.

Buddleja officinalis, Cocos nucifera, Diospyros kaki, Dipsacus sylvestris, Linum usitatissimum, Olea europaea, Pelvetia canaliculata, Petroselinum crispum, Pueraria lobata, Rosmarinus officinalis, Solanum lycopersicum, Thymus vulgaris

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