Skin Sorcery

Chic Moisture Complex

May Improve Skin Elasticity, Resilience and Density
Price: $49.85
  • May Visibly Reduce Wrinkles and Lift Skin
  • Moisturize, Replenish and Improve Elasticity - Goodbye Sags
  • Helps Skin Look Tighter

May Improve Skin Elasticity, Resilience and Density


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Chic Moisture Complex

A powerful facial formula designed to dramatically transform your skin to a smooth finish, working to help it remember its youthful form, suppleness and bounce.

Quickly absorbed into your skin to replenish moisturize. May boost firmness and visibly improve elasticity and tone.

Designed to tackle wrinkles and provide intense hydration, plumping skin to keep it looking youthful.

Laden with bountiful amounts of nutritious and bioactive components infused with organically grown grape seed and jojoba oils. With Hyaluronic Acid, Resveratrol, DMAE, and Vitamin E.

Aqua, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Tocopherol, Dimethyl Sulfone, Sodium, Hyaluronate, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis, Citrus Racemosa, Citrus Limonum, Vanilla Planifolia, Citric Acid, Silver Citrate.

Directions for Use

Gently massage into freshly cleansed skin daily.

Recommended Use

Excellent in the morning or before bed, and as a base for makeup. Helps visibly improve the look of your skin. Great for all skin types – both women and men.


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