Fashion District, New York, NY. After years in the laboratory, a former key chemist at Clinique, Chris Robinson, has unlocked what many are calling “the key discovery” for youthful and radiant skin. His remarkable breakthrough has drawn the attention of several major investment groups and has already been sought after by major celebrities and beauty influencers worldwide.
The revolutionary discovery surprisingly comes from an ingredient that most readers would be surprised to hear: English Ivy Leaf.
Ivy leaves have always been a cult favorite ingredient among herbalists. It strengthens and tightens blood cells, which helps with collagen production, gives your skin radiance, bounce, and firmness, all while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It really is a miracle ingredient when it comes to skincare.
However, for the longest time, English Ivy Leaf treatments were only available at medical spas. That’s because it’s more than just absorbing the on your face. It must be the right dose, otherwise it can cause major irritation or damage to the skin. But most of all, it’s a very unstable ingredient and has a very short shelf life.
As a normal consumer, if you bought a bottle, you’d have to use it within weeks, otherwise the product would start to go bad and ultimately lose its effectiveness. Not to mention, pure English Ivy Leaf extract is very, very expensive.
Major beauty brands such as Olay, Cover Girl, Chanel, and Tom Ford all have attempted to crack this code, but have been forced to settle for less pure formulas, which causes their high priced serums to oxidize after only 2-3 weeks.
What Robinson invented was nothing short of a miracle. He managed to isolate and stabilize the pure English Ivy Leaf compound, keeping it brilliantly white and pure forever. He named his creation Ivy Leaf® Skincare. Ivy Leaf® Skincare is an English ivy leaf treatment with a one-of-a-kind patented formula that contains 2 key powerhouse ingredients: Stable 20% Pure English Ivy Leaf Extract & Stable Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG).