We all want our skin to look as good as it can. What we use for skincare can be totally ineffective or it can give us a visible difference.
Things to take into consideration:
1. the cosmetic ingredient, what it does, what skin concerns or skin type it benefits.
2. the quality of the suspension it goes into.
Notice that I didn’t say ‘brand’. Brand doesn’t matter.
Some of the most expensive brands on the planet have the least amount of effective cosmetic ingredients – they sell based on name.
Quality matters. Strength matters. Which cosmetic ingredient and skin concerns it benefits matters. Quality of the suspension matter.
These are the things that make great skincare.
Now, let’s feature a particular ingredient.
Peptides are clinically proven to benefit aging concerns.
More good news – although very effective, Peptides get along with basically all skin types and skin concerns.
Imagine addressing your aging concerns with no problems, even if you have redness or sensitivity!
Peptides are a go to cosmetic ingredient.
So, Cherise, what’s the Therapie connection?
Peptides are derived from things like copper and soy. And silk. Yes, you can have silk peptides in your skincare!
Now imagine resting your beautiful face on one of the very things that peptides are derived from.
And trust me, it’s much nicer than sleeping on soybeans!