New! Kiehl's Skin Rescuer Stress-Minimizing Daily Hydrator

I am excited to share the newest skincare marvel from Kiehl’s, their Skin Rescuer Stress-Minimizing Daily Hydrator, is a brand new formula that creates a completely new skincare category.

We all know how stress full day to day life can be and while stress can make your feel like you are going crazy on the inside it can also wreak havoc on your skin.

So does it work? Keep Reading to find out! 

I am at the age where I wish I would have enjoyed the carefree days of  youth a bit more. Being a grown up is not quite what I had dreamed up staying up late watching TV, eating sugar cereal for dinner. The stress of work, family, kids, staying in shape it all takes a toll.

I have been using the new Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer for a week and I have noticed a HUGE improvement in my skin. First noticeable difference was the brightness to my skin even after a long day my skin had a healthy glow to it. With extremely pale skin every sleepless night, or long day shows in my face with redness or blotchiness. My skin has been vastly different since I started using the Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer. The redness is long gone and I don’t have any weird phantom blotchiness.

The product itself feels really refreshing the ultra light formula goes on smooth and absorbs right away. On top of all that goodness my face is so soft, and incredibly smooth. I use my daily serum then  apply the Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer before my daily SPF moisturizer. If your skin is telling the tales of a stressful life, check out Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer and see how quickly it can help save your skin!


Skin_Rescuer_75ml_RGB_tw_high-res.jpgIn a nutshell, when you feel stress, the brain sends stress signals to your vital organs, INCLUDING THE SKIN, which then trigger your organs to react to the stress aggression. So, when your body is feeling stress, your heart starts beating fast, your muscles tense, and your skin can immediately experience inflammation, redness, dullness, blotchiness, and an overall look of tiredness. Over time, your skin’s responses to stress will weaken the skin barrier, dehydrating your skin, making your skin more susceptible to future stress episodes, and cause premature aging.  NOT FUN, right?

Kiehl’s Skin Rescuer Stress-Minimizing Daily Hydratorlaunching this week on and at Kiehl’s stores, addresses and reduces skin’s reaction to stress. It’s been formulated for women and men and all skin types, to not only treat and protect the skin from its stress reaction, but more importantly, and with the help of the ingredients Mannose and Rosa Gallica, the formula limits the release of stress signals to the skin, in turn minimizing the inflammatory response and breaking the stress cycle.

The full press release is attached, and I hope you’ll review the materials — Our clinical tests show improvement after one week, and after four weeks, show remarkable evidence that Skin Rescuer effectively minimized the appearance of dehydration, redness, blotchiness and skin fatigue:

  • 100% showed improvement in overall skin quality with a +51% improvement rate vs. baseline.
  • 100% showed improvement in skin fatigue with a +48% improvement rate vs. baseline.
  • 98% showed improvement in skin dryness with a +41 improvement rate vs. baseline.
  • 98% showed improvement in skin blotchiness with a +36% improvement rate vs. baseline.
  •  77% showed improvement in skin redness with a +23% improvement rate vs. baseline

HOW TO USE:  Skin Rescuer was formulated as a daily moisturizer, but it has an incredible light texture ideal for layering, so depending on one’s own personal skin concerns and routine, it can be incorporated into a daily regimen as follows:

1.) Apply your serum, then SKIN RESCUER, then your moisturizer, then SPF

2.) Apply your serum, then SKIN RESCUER, then SPF

Skin Rescuer should go on after any serums, and either be used AS your moisturizer, or used BEFORE your regular moisturizer.  (And always, ALWAYS, use a daily SPF product.)

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