The collection is infused with a proprietary plant-derived active ingredient called HydroSenn+ that has proven to be more effective in clinical testing than hyaluronic acid at adding moisture to the skin. The line is also free of parabens, GMO's, triclosan, sulfates and pthalates, so you can feel good about using it even on sensitive skin.
StyleList previewed the selection at an editor event and several of the products stood out. We've been using the Supreme Cleansing Foam for weeks now and can say it's a permanent part of our facial cleansing lineup. It's foaming but not at all drying and the light, clean green tea scent is perfect for our morning routine.
The Instant Depuffing Roll-on Gel sure feels good under our sleep-deprived eyes and studies conducted by dermatologists and opthalmologists show that 79 percent of users saw a reduction in puffiness.
We have plans to delve into the Super Dual Action Exfoliator, as our combination skin (oily down the center, dry on my cheeks and forehead) needs some rebalancing. The tub has two chambers -- one containing Gentle Exfoliating Gel with non-irritating particles and ginseng extract that are meant to tone skin and speed cell turnover; the other containing Specific T-Zone Exfoliating Cream also has exfoliating beads, plus talc to keep the area matte and Vitamin E to counteract free radicals.
Sephora Collection Skincare products range in price from $4 to $32 and hit Sephora stores after Christmas. But you can purchase the products now on Sephora.com!
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