Thursday, April 5, 2018

Youth To The People Launches New Face Oil

With plenty of innovations in skincare, Youth To ThePeople hits it out of the ballpark yet again in its latest offering -- Maqui + Acai Prickly Pear Goji Superberry Hydrate and Glow Oil. This ultra-enriched, flash absorbing face oil harnesses the nutrients of rare superberries.

The key ingredients: Maqui, the most antioxidant dense fruit in the world, is combined with Açaí and goji to create a potent antioxidant elixir. Infused with intensely hydrating Prickly Pear and Squalane Oil to lock in moisture, this velvety soft formula also contains Jojoba and Sunflower Oil to illuminate skin and create a healthy glow.

This face oil is fast absorbing and best used on a slightly moist skin, although it can easily be used on dry skin too! Maqui + Acai Prickly Pear Goji Superberry Hydrate and Glow Oil is free of soap, sulfates, phthalates, parabens, animal testing, dimethicone and mineral oil… and best of all is 100% vegan.

Youth To The People Superberry Hydrate and Glow Oil ($44) is available online at Sephora and YouthToThePeople, in-store at select Sephora retailers on April 6! 

ABOUT YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE: Founders, Greg Gonzalez and Joe Cloyes were born from a family knee-deep in the beauty industry for over two generations. These cousins spent their childhood working at their family’s skincare company, learning how to create botanical skincare that combined the best of science and the best of nature for trailblazing results. Their grandmother started her skincare line over 30 years ago, and they credit her passion for beautiful skin and a healthy lifestyle, and their desire to modernize her vision, as the inspiration behind Youth To The People. Youth To The People was created with one simple mission in mind: what you put on your skin should be as whole, nutrient-rich, and clean as what you put in your body. The precise, custom formulas feature 100 percent vegan ingredients, cold pressed extracts, gentle preservatives, and earth friendly packaging.

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