How I got to Cejuvenation
Like many of you, I grew up loving a variety of outdoor activities like skiing, hiking and kayaking.
Then In my mid 30's, I began to notice changes to my complexion. The new arrivals included uneven pigmentation, dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles.
I did a little digging and became fascinated with the skin rejuvenation potential of Vitamin C. Filled with optimism, I ordered a $150, one ounce bottle of vitamin C serum from a well known company.
The first thing I noticed was that my pricey serum was bright orange. A few weeks later, the I noticed a distinct lack of results.
A bit more research revealed the bright orange color meant my $150 bottle of serum had oxidized and become useless. It also meant I had a lot more work to do.
Working the problem
After several years of reviewing the latest skin rejuvenation research and talking with experts, I learned that dark spots and wrinkles can often be caused by three things -- sunlight, free radicals and time.
Here's how it breaks down...
When sunlight hits our skin free radicals can form. Over time (think years) the free radical population can grow and emerge on our skin as uneven pigmentation, dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles.
Antioxidants good - oxidation bad
Turns out, antioxidants protect our skin by reducing free radical production. They also promote a brighter, more even complexion and nix the look of dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles.
So I created Cejuvenation based on what I see as a need for fairly priced, potent antioxidant skincare packaged to protect delicate ingredients from oxidation.
Why should you care about oxidation?
Oxidation causes antioxidants to break down and become useless against free radicals, unable to improve the look of dark spots and wrinkles, and a waste of your hard-earned dollars.
It wasn't until I began testing Cejuvenation on my family and friends that I realized how well the formula works to brighten the complexion and reduce the look of dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles.
They often tell me; "I really enjoy having my skin described as looking good," despite years of sunny, outdoor adventures.
And I think you will too.