Jencare tackles premature ageing

Sunday, June 22, 2014    

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JENCARE, with its new product, NextJen Phyto-Force, is offering those who wish to age "slowly and gracefully" the possibility of preventing premature ageing through non-invasive measures.

"It is with great pleasure that I am able to present our newest product that promotes healthy, radiant, youthful skin," said Peta-Gaye Samuda, CEO and director of Jencare Skin Farm and Day Spa. "Aged skin loses elasticity, may be rough, and can develop fine lines and/or wrinkles.

"NextJen Phyto-Force, as the name suggests, is our plant-derived skin care moisturiser that naturally repairs, hydrates, moisturises, and forcefully restores the skin to its youthful state in the most organic way," Samuda continued.

NextJen Phyto-Force is said to potect the skin from the effects of pollution, stress, hormonal fluctuations, and the sun by facilitating the collagen production of the skin and restoring its natural barrier function.

According to Samuda, the product begins working "immediately after use and provides the powerful antioxidant benefit of reducing the rate of free radical damage".

Samuda also said NextJen Phyto-Force by Jencare increases skin renewal by eliminating dead skin cells.

"(It) is your natural method of age defence," she added.





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