Elemis expands Peptide 24/7 skin care range

The products comprise a moisturiser and a sleeping mask

Elemis expands Peptide 24/7 skin care range
Elemis expands Peptide 24/7 skin care range

Elemis has added two products to its skin care range called the Peptide 24/7.

The two products include the Peptide4 Adaptive day cream, a moisturiser that is formulated with seed oil, fatty acids, thyme, mallow and butterfly bush to absorb excess oil of the skin while providing hydration.

The Peptide4 Plumping Pillow facial is a hydrating sleeping mask that contains red algae and Indian night jasmine to provide rehydrated and smoother skin by morning.

Elemis’ president and co-founder, Noella Gabriel said: “The choices we make today affect our skin tomorrow. Environmental stressors like jet-lag, hectic lifestyles and lack of sleep all have a detrimental effect on skin health and appearance. Peptide 24/7 stays one step ahead of your busy schedule with all-day skin replenishing benefits.”

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