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Skin Trend: Oxygen Therapy Skin Care

BY Jacqueline Cheney · July 7, 2009

Source: Alpharetta CVB

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For those of you who have had an oxygen facial, you know how great your skin feels afterward. In fact, my skin feels better just thinking about it. These professional beauty treatments blow pressurized oxygen onto the skin, stimulating blood circulation and improving the skin’s natural rejuvenation process.

But in order to get the best results, a monthly trip to the beauty spa just isn’t very effective. Luckily, several brands understand our desire for a breath of fresh air (pardon the pun), and have created masques, treatments and moisturizers with oxygen-rich products for anti aging skin care and acne care.

Here are the best of the best:

1) Bioelements Oxygen Cocktail: Wrinkles Treatment
This barrier-enhancing serum combines hyaluronic acid with the oxygen-boosting Tissue Respiratory Factor to bind moisture to the skin and smooth out wrinkles.

2) Bioelements Oxygenation: Antioxidant Moisturizer
The perfect follow-up to the Oxygen Cocktail, this cream uses stabilized hydrogen peroxide to push potent antioxidants deeper into your skin to keep you looking young.

3) Karin Herzog Vita-A-Kombi: Anti Aging Moisturizer
This Day and Night cream heals and prevents skin concerns such as acne, sun damage and hyperpigmentation with 1% oxygen, vitamin A and vitamin E.

4) Peter Thomas Roth Radiance Oxygenating Serum: Face Treatment
A serum designed to give you more radiant skin with the help of botanicals and advanced ingredients. Fiflow delivers pure oxygen to smooth wrinkles, and symwhite and gigawhite brighten skin tone.

5) Sue Devitt Microquatic Oxygen Infusion Masque: Acne Skin Treatment
A multipurpose mask for improving your complexion. Oxygen molecules penetrate deep into pores to get rid of impurities, which prevents blemishes. Also shrinks pores, controls oil, reduces redness and leaves face feeling soft and smooth.

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