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When skin needs more moisturizing in addition to the Nutriance Synergy Cycle, Nourishing Collagen Cream's sophisticated formula will bathe the skin in a moisture saturated complex. Moisture retention is further enhanced, helping skin cells close to the skin's surface to function as plump, young cells and reducing the appearance of fine lines.
Directions for use:
Apply to the face and neck after cleansing and toning. More suitable for use as part of the evening skin care routine in place of the Moisturizers and Renewing Antioxidant cream. (Full Synergy Cycle to be used for daytime routine).
The GNLD Difference
Bathes skin in a moisture-saturated complex of pure Swiss Collagen, Hydroelastin and mucopolysaccharides to replenish water in skin cells and enhance the natural moisture barrier.
More than 76% greater moisture within skin layers even 30 minutes after application, as verified by European clinical testing.
Boosts skin's moisture content with an exclusive combination of Aloe Vera Gel, soluble Collagen and Elastin, Squalane and Dimethicone.
Shown in clinical research to significantly diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles caused by exposure to sun, wind, cold and harsh conditions.
Delivers water-based botanicals: Aloe Vera Gel and Cucumber Extract provide soothing moisture, while helping to maintain a normal skin surface pH.
Contains Squalane that combines with the skin's own sebaceous lipids to promote youthful moisture levels.
Takes a step beyond the Nutriance Synergy Cycle when an extra drink of luxurious moisture is desired for your skin.
Clinically tested in Europe's most prestigious dermatological research facility.
Fulfills What Needs?
Moisture is critical to healthy skin; in fact, skin is about 20% water. When deprived of moisture, skin may begin to look and feel dry. The purpose of including a moisturizer in your daily skin care regimen is to bring more water to the skin's layers and reduce the loss of moisture from the surface. As we age, the skin's natural oil-producing glands tend to slow down, reducing the skin's ability to retain moisture. Cellular renewal also slows down, causing skin closer to the surface to become drier. Excessive dryness may also be caused by exposure to sun, wind, cold and harsh skin care products. The longer skin remains 'thirsty,' the sooner it will begin to show lines and wrinkles. Some skin types need more moisturizing power than a daily moisturizer can deliver