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12-19-11 | Posted by

In the market for a little lifting action, but not quite ready for needles, scalpels and lasers? Orlane’s latest treatment is a great alternative. Thermo Lift Firming Care ($250) is a skincare product formulated for all women who have noticed a loss of firmness and density in their face. Its inspiration comes from the latest aesthetic dermatology techniques such as fillers, toxins and lasers. This cream even helps even out skin tone, reducing the appearance of dark spots.

Key to its effectiveness is the ingredient tourmaline, which works to reproduce the heating effect of thermal skin tightening – a great way to increase production of collagen. Artemisia extract helps enhance volume, mimicking the effect of fillers – the face looks fuller while wrinkles and lines are diminished. An immediate lifting effect can be seen thanks to a micro-mesh of plant proteins that create an elastic-like film that smooths and tightens the skin.

The brand’s signature B21 Bio-Energic Anti-Aging Complex stimulates cellular energy, firms and hydrates. An exclusive red algae extract addresses issues of hyperpigmentation, brightening and evening out the complexion.

Orlane Thermo Lift Firming Care is available at Neiman Marcus.

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