Monday 8 April 2019

What's The Beau(Tee)? | ESPA Launch Microbiome-Friendly Skincare Range

ESPA has got on the microbiome-friendly beauty bandwagon, with the launch of the Tri-Active™ ProBiome Advanced Range...

The range, which currently includes a serum, moisturiser, and eye cream, uses a ProBiome Complex with pre and probiotic technology. ProBiome Complex is ESPA’s newest combination of unique ingredients; peony extract, microalgae, and a prebiotic blend. This cutting edge microbiome technology reduces visible signs of stress and ageing and strengthens skin, preventing further damage.

The Tri-Active™ Advanced ProBiome Serum (£100 John Lewis), clinically proven to enhance the firmness of skin by up to 16% and enhance elasticity by 9%, has a lightweight consistency that absorbs into the skin perfectly. It optimises cell energy to slow the ageing process and protects skin from cortisol (the hormone released when the body is stressed). In addition to the ProBiome Complex, this serum also contains Chinese Butterfly Bush to protect the skin against blue light emitted from tech devices.

The Tri-Active™ Advanced ProBiome Moisturiser (£85 John Lewis), clinically proven to increase hydration by 43%, enhance firmness by 14% and enhance skin’s elasticity by 10%, is a rich cream that feels gorgeous on the skin. In addition to the ProBiome Complex, this moisturiser contains advanced hyaluronic acid to deliver hydration and retain it, helping smooth and plump the skin.

The final product in the range is the Tri‐Active™ Advanced ProBiome Eye Cream (£65 John Lewis). Clinically proven to fight visible signs of skin aging around the eye area, the ProBiome Eye Cream reduces the appearance of dark circles and puffiness, smoothing fine lines in the process. In addition to the ProBiome Complex, this formula features a plant cell complex, derived from tuberose, to revitalise tired eyes. Hyaluronic acid is also included to deeply hydrate, smooth, and plump.

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