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08-20-12 | Posted by

This week’s Gorgeous Giveaway is all about transferring the wonderful health benefits of apples to your skin. We have 3 sets of the éclos Anti-Aging Skincare Starter Kit and Anti-Aging Instant Radiance Facial Scrub (a total value of $33) to give to our lucky winners. All éclos products contain Uttwiler Spätlauber apple stem cells, and have been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles and improve skin texture within 2 weeks with twice-daily use.

The power of this anti-aging skincare line comes from the Uttwiler Spätlauber apple, a rather remarkable fruit. Hailing from Switzerland and dating back to the 1800s, it was cultivated for its great storage ability—it would stay fresh without refrigeration for up to 4 months. Now its stem cells (called Malus Domestica) can contribute to the health of your skin.

Included in this beauty giveaway are:

̩clos Anti-Aging Skincare Starter Kit Рcontains travel friendly, sample sizes of all 6 products in the ̩clos lineup, including cleanser, scrub, clay mask, serum, regenerative cream, and eye cream.

̩clos Anti-Aging Instant Radiance Facial Scrub (full-size) Рexfoliates and enhances cell turnover resulting in more radiant, even toned and youthful looking skin.

In addition to apple stem cells, all éclos products feature PhytoPlex24, a mix of plant extracts, vitamins and antioxidants that work in synergy with the Uttwiler Spätlauber apple stems cells to help revitalize the skin’s own stem cells.  The end result is more youthful looking skin and the appearance of fewer lines and wrinkles.


To Enter: Tell us about the health benefits of your favorite fruit.

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*No purchase necessary. Open to US residents only. Contest begins 8/20 at 11 AM EST
and ends 8/26 at 11 PM EST.



    I love tomatoes for their lycopene which promotes eyesight & over health.

  2. kellicbaker Says:

    POMEGRANATE is rich in iron. I love drinking pomegranate juice. With a mom that passed away of breast cancer, this is supposed to reduce the risk.
    As well as AVOCADOS, this is to reduce the risk of heart disease. I love adding avocados to salads and sandwiches.

  3. libby701 Says:

    The mango. Rich in vitamin-A and rich antioxidants, it fights against skin aging, regenerates skin cells and restores the elasticity of skin.

  4. pixiestixpet Says:

    My fav fruit is blueberries & they reduce abdominal fat, boost brain function, fight cancer, & are heart-healthy!

  5. lizplawman Says:

    I love blueberries and we all know how good they are for anti aging

  6. missluckybreaks Says:

    I love eating mangoes, rich in Vitamin A, potassium, Vitamin B-6 and Vitamin C!

  7. kvieweg07 Says:

    Raspberries are my fave, they are a great source of fiber and provide antioxidant and anti-inflamatory benefits…they also help control weight! YUM!!

  8. vaidas4444 Says:

    bananas – Lower Blood Pressure, bone health, cancer prevention just to name a few

  9. melaniemb Says:

    I love pomegranite!

  10. mommytokids Says:

    Persimmons are my favorite they contain anti-tumor compound vitamin c b- complex and have tons of healthy minerals. plus they are low in calories

  11. leslieesquivel Says:

    I love apples! They’re high in fiber, Vit A and C!

  12. Not2Haute Says:

    In my teen years, I used fresh lemons to both exfoliate my skin and naturally lighten my hair. @Not2Haute

  13. meenatangy Says:

    bananas! they are so filling, ane entire meal in itself, full of potassium and calcium and vitamins and minerals.. love them for post workput and for breakfast and even for dessert!!!

  14. Kellee2008 Says:

    My favorite fruit that I use Health & Beauty wise are bluEberries. The anti aging effect is great, I also mash some up mix with honey and use as a facial and hair conditioner, not to mention the times I have just rinsed them off and eaten them, I LOVE BLUEBERRIES!!

  15. csoto81 Says:

    I love mangoes, not only are they super delicious they have a lot of health benefits as well. Like; improving digestion, lowering cholesterol, treating acne just to name a few 🙂

  16. laurel Says:

    I love mango! It’s wonderful anti-aging properties and antioxidants are great for my skin.

  17. carolena Says:

    Fruit is great! My favorite this summer has been pluots. Don’t know what their specific benefits are other than being juicy and delicious.

  18. Tammy Says:

    My fav would be peaches, not sure how healthy they are, but they’re yummy! 🙂


    Blueberries are full of antioxidents & delicious too.

  20. ritab23 Says:

    I love blueberries, high in antioxidants and makes delicious smoothies!

  21. GRACEMEEH Says:

    I use 2-3 handfulls of blueberries + 1/2 cup of almond milk everyday to make my smoothies. blueberries are full of antioxidants!

  22. miriama59 Says:

    Strawberries boost immunity, promote eye health, fight cancer, rich in vitamin C which boosts collagen and helps fight wrinkles, fights bad cholesterol, reduces inflammation in joints, regulate blood pressure, low cal, fat free, no sodium…etc.

    My favorite and so good for you.


    Blueberries are delicious & great for anti-aging.

  24. Maria Oller Says:

    Mango it Prevents Cancer:
    Research has shown antioxidant compounds in mango fruit have been found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. These compounds include quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid and methylgallat, as well as the abundant enzymes.

    2. Lowers Cholesterol:
    The high levels of fiber, pectin and vitamin C help to lower serum cholesterol levels, specifically Low-Density Lipoprotein (the bad stuff)

    3. Clears the Skin:
    Can be used both internally and externally for the skin. Mangos clear clogged pores and eliminate pimples.

  25. loozeybug Says:

    Aside from Apples, of course, and their stem cell benefits in this product and many others out there. I’d have to say that the research and findings about oranges are quite amazing for their anti-aging and antioxidant benefits, both internally and topical.

  26. tamaraben Says:

    Favorite fruit is Blueberry
    The highest antioxidant capacity of all fresh fruit.
    Neutralizes free radicals which can affect disease and aging in the body.
    Aid in reducing Belly Fat.
    Helps promote urinary tract health.
    Been proved to preserve vision.
    Brain Health.
    Protect against Heart Disease.

  27. windycindy Says:

    Hello! I love blueberries…
    They help rid belly fat, high in antioxidants and
    suppress free radicals in the body! They are also
    healthy for our brains, eyes and our bodies…
    Many thanks, Cindi

  28. sirenajen Says:

    I love pomegranates! They are delicious. They also are heart healthy, and FULL of antioxidants! I either eat the fruit or drink POM juice every single day!

  29. mustbinsane Says:

    I love blueberries ofr their anitoxidant and anti-aging properties.

  30. shartman26 Says:

    Apples – They reduce the risk of lung, colon and prostate cancer. Also they help prevent dementia.

  31. tksoprn Says:

    Strawberries and pomigranate are my favorites, Vit C, fiber, antioxidants, what’s not to love?

  32. Dyane78 Says:

    My favorite fruits are berries! Berries can have an incredible effect on skin when it comes to sun damage. Blackberries and raspberries contain a type of ellagic acid that helps protect against sunburn and sun damage. Blueberries protect the heart and are loaded with flavanoids that reduce inflammation and prevent cellular damage.

  33. jenniferjoy Says:

    I love bananas because they have potassium, calcium, vitamins and minerals. They’re good for breakfast and snacks.

  34. jennieo23 Says:

    BLUEBERRIES!!! what more can I say full of antioxidants, and I just love the taste

  35. dragonfly777 Says:

    peaches! They are rich in vitamin, potassium, fluoride and iron too!

  36. laralynn Says:

    I love the idea of anything plant based as an exfoliant.

  37. laralynn Says:

    Whoops hit enter too soon. I use apple based products along with grape-seed extracts (resveratrol)
    and have had very good luck!

  38. kimbowr Says:

    Tomatoes with Lycopene! Prevents cancers and promotes good eye health. Sauces, pastes, juice are even better for you than raw tomatoes. Eat a serving everyday!

  39. gj244 Says:

    My favorite is banana because it’s enriched in potassium, it’s perfect after a workout. It’s great for your bones too! So it’s wonderful source to keep those facial bones strong.

  40. ellen Says:

    Bananas for potassium my when my eyes twitch

  41. Minimeeh Says:

    Is avocado a fruit? haha it has good fat and is filling! you can eat it or wear it!


    Oranges are full of vitamin C which I never get enough of in my diet.

  43. wizardewu Says:

    Cherries have anthocyanins which aid in the reduction of heart disease and cancer, melatonin which regulates heart rhythms and the body’s sleep cycles, plus vitamins A, C, E.

  44. pavanco Says:

    Bananas rich in Potassium- great for leg cramps.

  45. couponsforme2 Says:

    Blueberries…they are great antioxidants and good for the memory.


    Bananas have lots of potassium which is essential.

  47. mefink Says:

    Strawberries – High in manganese, Vitamin C,anti-inflammatory,healthy eyes.

  48. intrigue1 Says:

    I love blueberries which are rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, tannins and anthocyanins, all of which are powerful antioxidants.


    Bananas are my fav. Full of potassium.

  50. Pwilliams Says:

    It remoces toxins

  51. eyewonit Says:

    Fresh APRICOTS are a great source of Vitamins A, C, E, potassium, and iron, as well as being a great source of beta-carotene. The nutrients found in apricots promote good eyesight and also help to prevent heart disease and other ailments. Apricots are also rich in powerful antioxidants, such as Lycopene, helping to promote wellness and strengthen the immune system.

  52. benz1171 Says:

    Tomatoes can prevent cancer and has Vitamin C.


    Love bananas. Full of potassium which I never get enough of.

  54. durstslovepens Says:

    Blueberries lowers blood cholesterol levels

  55. vanityh1008 Says:

    Bananas for potassium. And avacado for my face aswell as cucumbers for my eyeys

  56. shopalot Says:

    Papaya is high in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, Folic Acid

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