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Giving Thanks to Our Skin

November 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

It's officially that time of year: Thanksgiving. And while there's nothing we love more than spending time with our friends and family, an undeniable perk (and always top of mind, if we're being honest) is the food. After all, is there anything better than stuffing? And wine? Didn't think so. It's basically comfort food at its finest, and we go all in.

As we start to consider putting together our own Turkey Day dinners, we couldn't help but notice some parallels between what's going on our table, and ingredients you'll find in DE products. Seriously! Read up on the ingredients below and you'll see what we mean.

Pumpkin Ferment

Pumpkin anything is delicious this time of year, but that's not why we included it in our C-Firma Day Serum. Turns out that pumpkin ferment extract, one of this product's star ingredients, helps to support skin's natural processes of cellular renewal, on top of helping to break down surface dead skin cells. Plus, it helps to decongest pores, too.

Raspberry Fruit Extract

We love a blend of raspberry to cut the tartness of Thanksgiving's star berry, cranberry. We also love it in our T.L.C. Framboos Night Serum, as it works to restore and soothe weather-damaged skin, as well as balance oily skin, too.

Pomegranate Enzyme

Stuck on a go-to cocktail for your upcoming Thanksgiving dinner? We recommend pomegranate and prosecco (thank us later). And while this seasonal fruit adds a tart, bright taste to anything you add it to, what we really love is its ability to renew skin. We add pomegranate enzymes to C-Firma to help dissolve debris and dead skin, making room and paving the way for the serum to really penetrate.

Vinis Vinifera

Otherwise known as grapes, aka where wine comes from. We love it in our Framboos for its natural antioxidant and anti-microbial properties. Vitis Vinifera also contains malic acid, a kind of AHA, that helps renew and exfoliate the top layer of skin while you sleep. While some might stress about the effects of UV damage post-AHA use, Vinifera actually contains UV absorbers that help tamper the effects of sun exposure. Cool, right?

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