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Avitalin's approach to skincare (VIDEO)

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March 26, 2012 Reviewed by Marta 3 Comments
I am currently testing Avitalin Youth Essentials Ageless Skin Complex, a velvety moisturizer with some interesting anti-aging ingredients.

A core feature of Avitalin Youth Essentials Ageless Skin Complex is a concoction that Avitalin calls BioMiracle Age Defense Complex. This is algae, Siberian mushroom, raisin, and colostrum, the pre-milk fluid produced by mammalian mothers during the first few days after giving birth. (It is not milk, those with milk allergies will be pleased to know). The purpose of colostrum is to transfer immunity and protection against disease from a mother to her newborn. It's properties include immunoglobins, the body's first line of defense; hormones; enzymes; growth factors; peptides; and nucleotides.Colostrum is the pre-milk fluid produced by mammalian mothers during the first few days after giving birth. (It is not milk, so those with milk allergies need not worry.)

Avitalin’s schitck is to improve the appearance and health of the outer epidermis, the skin’s first line of defense. Founded by Marina Volod, an esthetician, one of Avitalin’s stated values is to “respect the consumer's right to choose skin care products that contribute to a healthy lifestyle”. The focus on the outermost layer of the skin, the stratum corneum, is dubbed “corneotherapy” and Avitalin claims its ingredients are also effective in reducing skin irritation and inflammation.  The ingredients are pretty out there striking a balance between cutting edge laboratory ingredients and naturals. For more on Avitalin's approach and the reader recommended Phytocell and one of my favorite new finds, Radiance Growth Factors Complex, watch my video:

  • April 8, 2013

    by Marta

    Hi Dina, we haven't reviewed the acne products yet.

  • April 6, 2013

    by Dina de Lestrange

    Do you have any reviews of any of Avitalins' acne-management products? Thanks!

  • March 28, 2012

    by curmudgeon

    So where do they get the colostrum from? Any connection with the veal industry?

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