Monday, January 18, 2010

Starting Over from Origins


January 2010—Ask Kate Gosselin and Elin aka Mrs. Tiger Woods. There isn’t a better time to take stock of what’s around you and make a brave move to start over. It’s a time to look at what’s working and what’s not. That goes for the worn out shoes, stinky sneakers, frumpy coats and every little bad habit in between, and yes, it also goes for skin care — shave creams, after shaves, deodorants, moisturizers, lip balms and hair care products.

Origins just released a new age-erasing moisturizer called, and I couldn’t think of a better name myself, Starting Over.

For guys, there are not a lot of choices in the color department, and by that I mean makeup, but what we do have are some excellent new choices in the skin care treatment arena.

As skin ages, its structure deteriorates and collagen and elastin decrease. These structural changes are responsible for skin that looks older than it should. Excess sugar in skin and environmental concerns fuel the destructive process of Glycation which causes strong collagen to “ball up” and collapse resulting in lines, wrinkles and tone and texture damage.

Starting Over is perfect for any guy looking to give a fresh start to his skincare routine with the New Year. Ingredients found within Starting Over are clinically proven to help rebuild natural collagen, even-out skin tone and help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Origins Starting Over comes in two formulations; regular and oil-free. Starting Over’s unique line-leveling formula begins to amplify the natural production of collagen and plumps up those lines.

The impressive stats: During clinical testing, 100% of panelists saw a significant improvement in skin tone while 94% saw a significant improvement in the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

Origins Starting Over Age-erasing moisturizer with Mimosa and Starting Over Age-erasing oil-free moisturizer with Mimosa is available now at Origins Retail Stores, select Department Stores and www.ORIGINS.com. The price is $45.00.

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