Blushing Beaut — March 23, 2015 at 3:25 pm

Combat Your Quarter Life Skin Crisis with Origins

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Famous natural skincare line, Origins, launched their first Millennial campaign recently, which aims to address both the biological and physiological changes that occur underneath the skin of people in their 20s. Through the brand’s extensive research on the most stressed out demographic in US history, they have developed the first quarter life crisis skincare product — Original Skin Renewal Serum with Willowherb. With help from millennials around the country, Origins utilized the demographic to help create their campaign, spark conversation and come up with solutions for the average millennial. Their new product is a great fit for those of us in our mid-20s, who have outgrown acne treatments, but aren’t quite ready to take the leap to wrinkle remedies.

Research has shown that in our mid-20s, our skin’s pores become larger and more visible and tone becomes uneven and less radiant. Origins’ Original Skin serum was created specifically to address these concerns. The serum helps to refine your skin’s texture and minimize pores with the help of chestnut seed extract, which helps boost skin cell turnover, as well as eliminate roughness. It also restores radiance and helps your skin to rebound back from stress with the help of willowherb and visibly blurs the skin, which softens the appearance of pores and imperfections. Immediately after use you will feel a big difference in the texture of your skin, which will be insanely soft to the touch, and leave you with an appealing after-spa scent, with notes of rose, grapefruit and amyris.

For those of you looking for a skin repair solution, Origins’ Original Skin will definitely bring you back that glow and luminosity you’ve been missing. The product retails for $39.99 and is available at Origins, Macy’s and Sephora.

Twisted Talk: Have you noticed a change in your skin in your 20s? Have you tried out Origins Original Skin yet? Discuss below!

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