Cholesterol in Skin Cream? Who Knew!
March 16th, 2016
~ SkinCeutical Triple Lipid Restore 2-4-2
Are you questioning the relationship between cholesterol and skin care? I know I did. The only emphasis I've every placed on cholesterol is how high are my good vs bad levels. At a recent SkinCeuticals event I learned just how beneficial 'cholesterol' can be in skin creams. The launch of Triple Lipid Restore Cream shared that this key ingredient can help maintain the skin’s normal function or as Dr. Sherry Ingraham, a specialist in Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology, declared, '2016 is the Year of the Skin Barrier'. In order for your skin to perform at optimal levels, it needs to maintain a healthy barrier, and that is exactly the function of cholesterol in a skin cream. In simple talk, think of it this way, as Dr. Ingraham shared this comparison, '"Take tin foil as an example. When you crumple it up and smooth it out, it is not fully smooth. Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 will give skin the perfect appearance of never been touched tin foil."
It has been well over two weeks and I am absolutely loving Triple Lipid Restore. The texture is exactly what I love in a cream, it feels thick, not thin and watering, and absorbs quickly into the skin. The skin immediately looks supple, moisturized and radiant. And it stays that way all day. It does a great job at maintaining moisture, because the appearance of my skin is glowing. When I don't use this cream, I notice my skin is lacking something, and then I kick myself for not using it. To promote a 'good skin day, use Triple Lipid Restore' you won't regret it. Also, I love the simple, soft scent of it, which I can detect hints of rosemary, lavender and peppermint oil!
Oh, and I forgot to mention SkinCeuticals did a competitive analysis against 10 large competitors in both the professional and luxury market to see how our concentrations of lipids compared. Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 has twice the concentration of lipids as the closest competitor, so for all you know your $200 skin cream could have been one out of the ten.
It's competitively priced at $125.