Thermo-Active Firming Serum, by Orlane!

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This is one product that makes you feel like a million bucks.  Seriously, it’s amazing.

Thermo-Active Firming Serum has a particularly melting texture.  Genltly opalescent, it spreads softly over the skin.  The texture changes in contact with your fingers; the gel cream first reveals its slightly powdery consistency, then disappears, leaving the skin enveloped in a warm layer of extreme softness.

Leaving only a gentle reminder in its path, the serum can be used with your daily skincare products, which can easily be applied immediately afterward.

Anti-ageing innovation. A warming effect that reactivates the production and contraciton of collagen fibers, which are responsible for skin firmness. Inspired by the latest advances in skin aesthetics, Thermo-Active Firming Serum acts in a new way to remodel the shape of the face.

A Tourmaline extract promotes skin warming to increase the production of new collagen. Rye extract expands the collagen producing cells, while a purifying Green Tea extract lightens the features and illuminates the complexion. For an immediately visible result Oat extract forms a comfortable lifting film.

The skin becomes firmer, plumper and more elastic. The shape of the face is remodeled, the outline of the face is redefined and the contours are more distinct. The face regains its shape and youthful appearance.

CONSUMER ASSESSMENTS

Conducted on a sample of 30 women during a 28-day period, these tests demonstrated the remarkable effectiveness of Thermo-Active Firming Serum:

  • The skin is smoother: 100% of women.
  • The skin is firmer: 94% of women.
  • The skin is better toned: 88% of women.
  • Facial sagging is reduced: 83% of women.
  • The complexion is more radiant: 88% of women.

$200.00 – BUY IT HERE!


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