Moisture is a necessity of healthy skin. Without it skin becomes flaky, itchy and lackluster. Have you ever noticed your skin taking on these symptoms during the cold, dry winter months? I certainly do. By the time November arrives, I’m moisturizing two to three times a day. Most of us find ourselves cooped up inside houses and buildings whose artificial heating systems and lack of humidity further exacerbate skin problems. How do we combat harsh winter conditions? Drinking lots of water, adding a humidifier to your home or office space, and finding a topical skin product to aid your skin in keeping its moisture helps. I was recently given the opportunity to try Elizabeth Grant’s Vitamin C Oil to see if it helped restore moisture levels to my skin.
Wow!, it surely did! I apply the oil at bedtime and am amazed how refreshed my skin looks in the morning. When I saw “oil” I was a bit scared. I have rather sensitive skin and was afraid I would break out or become too oily. Not so. Although the Vitamin C Oil rubs on oily it is quickly absorbed leaving my skin soft and smooth. I like rubbing it into my hands too, as they take a beating with all of the washing and sanitizing I put them through. During the day, my skin remains quenched and there is no added shine. The Story Behind Elizabeth Grant London, England it was most unusual for women to run companies. Not taking any notice of this, Elizabeth declared her commitment to share her remarkable skin care secret with people everywhere. Elizabeth launched her own skin care treatment line to share the secret formulation she had created. On the strength of her miracle blend, Torricelumn™, and her own determination and perseverance, Elizabeth evolved the company from a home-based business to a multi-million dollar global corporation.
Formerly available by special order only, the Elizabeth Grant line of skin care and beauty products is now available at select retail locations in Canada, the United States, England, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Australia, Japan and Poland. Torricelumn is one of the active natural ingredients Elizabeth Grant uses in Vitamin C Oil and a variety of their other products. See what it is below. I love the idea that my skin is soaking in “sea vitamins” Since the skin is our largest organ as human beings, we need to pamper it with the best products available. Wondering how much Vitamin C Oil costs? Reasonably $44.99. Sometimes beauty brands can run the price up when they tout “special blends”, but EG offers this even to a mom with a modest budget. A little goes a long way, and I anticipate this bottle easily lasting through the winter months.
The heart of Torricelumn is extracted from the fronds but the true secret of its transformative powers is hidden within the pods that keep the clusters of fronds afloat. These pods lift the leaf-like fronds to the ocean’s surface, allowing them to absorb sunlight, photosynthesizing oxygen, the source of life and energy. The seawater absorbed by kelp is similar to human plasma, allowing us to obtain the full nutritive benefits of the sea’s vitamins and minerals through the process of osmosis. To preserve their freshness, the plants must reach the laboratory by nightfall. There they go through an endothermic process. Biologically active substances and a soup of natural sea vitamins, nutrients and minerals bond together. This is how the substance known as Torricelumn™ is formed. I am definitely looking forward to a winter season with happily hydrated skin. Each season calls for different products in my opinion, I have some faves for the heat of the summer, and now I have a favorite for the winter months. I’m looking forward to watching my skin continue to improve with Elizabeth Grant Vitamin C Oil!