Late last year gave me the newest product Stemulation to test a high-strength moisturizer called Stemulation Drench ($ 195). In my opinion , published in January, it noted some reservations. Surprisingly, the founders of the beautiful Stemulation (Laurie Nicoll and Michele Kleker), took their new baby back to the drawing board. the formula in response to my comments It pinches and sent me a new version of test. It is a winner.
My verdict was the first version that was obtained largely on the immediate satisfaction, but less in the long-term performance. Stemulation now has dealt with this and, in addition to fatten an instant, can I trust Drench for hydration throughout the day. My other complaint was that I found the smell too strong and this has been rebranded. So congratulations to Stemulation for being so sensitive. Now I’m thoroughly enjoying what is proving to be an excellent moisturizing serum.
Drench is supposed to satisfy even drying due to the widespread use of retinol, so if you are not out of there dry skin, this could be the response of the skin. There are two moisturizers high technology: Pseudoalteromonas exopolysaccharides , an ingredient of moisture retention that is said to improve the production of collagen and a peptide, palmitoyl hexapeptide-12 helps retaining moisture, stablilizes cells and helps with collagen production.
Among the great botanists is the plant extract groundnut. It is supposed to work in the papillary dermis, responsible for elasticity. I am particularly pleased that soy has been included. The generic name for soya glycine is actually one of the amino acids found in elastin. Research has shown that soy extracts topical boosted elastin fiber. Surprisingly there are many good formulations with soy, so it also makes the new Moisten a prominent Stemulation.