askderm Introduces Rejuvel 3D

Rejuvel 3D is an innovative skincare product, newly released to the market. NASA originally created the technology used to develop this anti-aging crème, for the growth of tissue in space. NASA’s bioreactors create a suspended microgravity environment for cell cultures to grow. This 3D technology allows for healthier cell growth without deformation due to restriction. Rejuvel’s formula stimulates fibroblast cells, these cells are responsible for connective tissue- elastic fibers and the formation of collagen. Rejuvel is recommended for:  Wrinkle reduction Dark circles and darkness reduction Increase of elasticity Increase of moisture content Rejuvel is: Free from fragrance, parabens and Synthetic dyes Leaping Bunny certified. Compatible for all skin types Recommended to be used twice daily Application: The very first application of Rejuvel is crucial according to the Rejuvel’s Vice President, John Stickler. Apply a thin mask-like application to your face and neck then allow it to sit for 25 minutes. After this time, use gentle circular motions to rub the skin, much like the removal of a gommage. You may tissue off any remaining piling skin or product with a tissue, but do not rinse the skin. Rejuvel is the first step to your skincare regime following cleanser. If you are of a more oily skin type, this crème will mostly likely suffice as your moisturizer. If you have a drier skin type, you may use an additional moisturizer applied after rejuvel has fully absorbed. Stay tuned for photo updates and progress reports from our staff at askderm.com!
askderm's in-house Esthetician
Blog Written by askderm's in-house Esthetician  Chantal Monique is a NYS licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist. She has 9 years experience in skin care and makeup artistry. With the unique combination of her education as well as the desire to help people feel beautiful, Chantal provides expert skin care knowledge for our customers.

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