Monday, 24 September 2012

WELLNESS@LXG: The Benefits of Boto Caviar

Its actually quite ironic how much I have transformed into a metrosexual.

A year ago I would have taken great offense to anyone who would dare suggest it.... but as a wise man once said ‘a good woman comes at a price’, and in my case, the considerable cost was to part company with my prehistoric habits...

But to be truthful, after having used Jyunka M+ Fluid and then their peel kit, I have become something of a fan for the brand, which doesn’t promise anything that it can’t deliver.

My latest product from Jyunka is their Boto Caviar serum.
Jyunka Boto Caviar Serum

 Now as you know, M+ Fluid is what is known as a booster (still trying to decipher all this beauty-speak), so to complete my skin care regimen, I still needed to use a serum. The purpose of Boto Caviar is to provide crucial nourishment to the skin.

Since my skin is now slowly recovering from a lifetime of neglect and abuse, the Boto Caviar is really helping to further enhance the benefits of the M+ Fluid. My dry and pigmented skin is actually looking softer, the pigmentation not as pronounced and forgive my description but my skin really does have a bit of bounce to it.

The Main Active Ingredients:

• ACETYL HEXAPEPTIDE-8 A powerful anti-wrinkle hexapeptide with a Botox-like Activity, used via a topical application to induce muscle relaxation.

• ACACIA COLLAGEN
 Extracted from the Acacia Senegal tree, the collagen softens and retains moisture on the skin, reducing dryness or skin chapping; and at the same time inducing greater collagen production by the fibroblast.

• CAVIAR
Applied on skin, caviar helps to stimulate and regenerate the skin’s cellular structure

• SODIUM HYALURONATE
A smaller and stronger version of the Hyaluronate Acid chain that exists naturally in the skin, this super Hyaluronate retains large amounts of moisture and protects the skin from bacteria, dust and ultraviolet rays.

Its only been a week of use, but I am already seeing an improvement in my skin’s texture and tone. The serum is very lightweight in texture and is almost watery and simply dissolves when applied.

If your skin is in need of nourishment or a pick-me-up, I suggest trying the Boto Caviar serum. The product does show results quite fast.

Boto Caviar retails at $198.00 for a 30 ML bottle. 

If you would like to try Jyunka’s Boto Caviar Serum, I have just one bottle to give away to one lucky winner.

All you need to do to take part is to:

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