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January10

PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™ – A Professional Review

Target Skin Therapy™  is part of PRIORI®’s newest category of anti-ageing skincare and at the moment there are only two skincare products in this range:

  • PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™
  • PRIORI® Lash Recovery Serum with Triple Lipopetide Complex™

I carried out an extended review of the Lash Recovery Serum when it is was launched and this review covers my favourite PRIORI® product PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™
 
What does it consist of?
 
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™ comes packaged in a matt red box bounded by a silver band with the instructions of use on the back and also on the 50 ml white bottle. The serum is dispensed using the pump on the top of the bottle. Tomeloveme also enclose instructions for use on a separate card.
 
Why should it be used?
 
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™  suits all skin types. It targets the DNA at a cellular level and helps repair skin damage, which happens to us all, as we age. Cellular Recovery Serum is a light serum that boosts your existing products in the PRIORI® skincare regime or helps ‘jump-start’ anti-ageing results with other product lines.
 
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™  contains key anti-oxidants and inflammatory ingredients and works wonderfully on especially sensitive skins and with skin problems such as acne, rosacea and eczema. It soothes and calms the skin, and provides superior moisturisation for your skin (great for dry, dehydrated skin). It helps boost collagen and helps even out skin tone problems. Using PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™ and Idebenone Complex Superceuticals® together improves skincare results further.
DNA repair enzymes have been shown to diminish the effects of harmful UV radiation, the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation and reverse cellular DNA damage. I absolutely adore this product and if it is in your budget range  I would highly recommend you use it.
 
Where is it to be used?
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™ can be applied to your face, neck and décolleté after you have cleansed your skin and before you apply other skincare products.
 
How should it be used?
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™  can be used once or twice daily after cleansing. Remember you always apply thinner textured products first. Apply 1-2 pumps of the product onto your face and neck or where needed and massage gently into your skin.  Our skincare clinic “Thorntonhall Therapies” has a video explaining how to use and apply PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™ which can be viewed  below:
 
Summary.
 
PRIORI® Cellular Recovery Serum with DNA Enzyme Complex™  is a product that I personally sell to over 85% of my Clinic Clients as it is the most amazing skincare product that I have ever used. It might appear expensive at first glance, but with such advanced ingredients, skin delivery system, working at cellular level and accompanying PRIORI® white papers to prove its efficacy, there is nothing else on the market, in my opinion as advanced.
 
It really is for ALL skin types as it provides extra hydration, soothes and calms, helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles and helps even out skin tone.
 
DNA is the key to all life, all cellular metabolic activity and is the most important element in determining our health and appearance However; UV light and other sources of toxic free radicals can damage DNA, and if left unchecked this damage leads directly to premature skin ageing, cell death and even skin cancer!
 
I could go on all day about this product and as I have mentioned before if there is a ever a product to try and it is in your budget then this is the one to go for.
 
Warmest Regards,
 
Trisha Harvey Thorntonhall Therapies

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