ESPA Skincare new regenerating range is set to supercharge your skin

Published: 29-Jun-2021

The ESPA Tri-Active Regenerating range contains the iconic ESPA Tri-Active formula

Targeted at combating skin changes that come with ageing gracefully, ESPA Skincare looks at lifestyle factors such as diet, stress and environmental pollution to determine the true age of your skin.

To effectively support your skin on it’s journey to a restorative glow, the ESPA Tri-Active Regenerating range contains the iconic ESPA Tri-Active formula, which works to naturally supercharges your skin to deliver exceptional results that you can see and feel.

The foundations of the Tri-Active formula includes a triad of products; plant extracts, marine actives and essential oils. This powerful blend works in synergy to; revitalise the superficial layers of the skin, hydrate, tone and re-mineralise the deeper layers of the skin and aromatherapy absorption through the skin to encourage mood-enhancing benefits within minutes.

Launched in August 2020, the Tri-Active Regenerating Bio-Retinol Sleeping Serum (RRP £80.00) works progressively every night to tackle visible signs of skin ageing as you sleep.

Powered by a trio of botanical Bio Retinols (COSMOS natural compliant) which deliver the benefits of a retinol without the irritation, so suitable for those with sensitive skin. Skin appears rejuvenated and replenished, and the complexion visibly brighter.

Key ingredients

  • Bidens Pilosa: A plant-based alternative to Retinols that has similar age-defying effects. Used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine for centuries
  • Plankton Extract: A blend of microalgae proven to brighten and even skin tone and counteract skin age spots
  • Japanese Cedar Buds: A hand-picked buds help to start the cell renewal process through the epidermis of our skin
  • Lavender: A multi-purpose oil that is naturally soothing and calming for the skin, body and mind

95% of people agreed that this product left skin looking visibly rejuvenated after 4 weeks (Independent user trials 2019, results based on 120 people).

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