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January Sneak Peek: Perricone MD

The New Year means that we like to look to our current routines to see where we can make big or small changes. Condensing our skincare routine down to just a few steps is an easy way to free up time for other things, but we need to ensure we’re choosing multi-purpose products that still deliver maximum results. That’s why we picked the Perricone MD - Cold Plasma Plus+ Advanced Serum Concentrate 7.5ml worth £37, for you to try in your January New Year Beauty ROCCABOX. 

Perricone MD - Cold Plasma Plus+ Advanced Serum Concentrate

 

This multitasking powerhouse concentrate promotes the 9 most visible signs of healthy, youthful-looking skin. Targets and dramatically improves loss of radiance, uneven Texture, uneven tone, discolouration, redness, enlarged pores, fine lines, wrinkles and loss of firmness.

Key ingredients include:

Vitamin C Ester: Supercharged Brightening & Smoothing

A more potent and less irritating form of antioxidant-rich Vitamin C, Vitamin C Ester gives the appearance of collagen-rich skin by visibly smoothing, brightening and minimising discolouration over time.  

Copper Tripeptide

A powerful, naturally occurring complex with three amino acids helps repair dry skin for a dramatically firmer, smoother, younger-looking complexion. This amino acid trio is highly absorb-able and helps protect against environmental aggressors.

Omegas 3, 6, and 9

Found in walnuts and flax seeds, these pro-fatty acids help visibly plump and increase radiance over time by strengthening skin’s moisture barrier and improving its ability to retain water. Omegas 3 & 6 are essential yet do not occur naturally in the body.

How to use: This fragrance-free serum has a lightweight, fast-absorbing consistency. Apply in the morning and evening after cleansing, massaging onto the face and neck using a gentle upward motion.

Get it in your January ROCCABOX from just £6.50 with the code NEW50.

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