Elizabeth Arden PRO

Based on the Skin Health & Beauty Pyramid Philosophy

Achieve amazing skin now and forever with clinically proven products that really work with the Elizabeth Arden PRO range of skincare and mineral make-up.

Created by Joe Lewis (the man behind ground-breaking ingredients like Idebenone and popular brands like PRIORI™) and well-respected cosmetics giant Elizabeth Arden, this new range is just what a flagging routine needs to tackle dullness, uneven pigmentation, wrinkles and slackness.

Each product has been designed using the most advanced skin science and ingredient technology alongside what is known as the Skin Health & Beauty Pyramid™ Philosophy. It was created to help consumers make an informed choice when it comes to finding the best and most essential skincare products for their needs and is one of the things that makes this range so special.

The base layer of this pyramid, consisting of the fundamental must-haves that should be included in all routines, includes products such as sunscreen and ingredients including antioxidants and DNA Enzymes, which Elizabeth Arden PRO believe all skin types need to maintain good skin health.

On the second layer are transformational products and ingredients; those things that the skin needs to truly improve over time. In this core layer, Retinoids and AHAs are considered the most important as they help with cell turnover and exfoliation, which are the most effective tools for tackling premature skin ageing. Finally, at the top of the pyramid, are ingredients that are nice to have but they are not necessarily critical to your skin’s health. Anti-aging peptides and growth factors are categorised as the ‘finishing touch’ to an already effective routine and are so found in this final layer.

Because of this approach, all the products in the range have been formulated to offer a mix of some or all of these ingredients – making it easier for users to build their perfect regime.

As the brand explains: “Elizabeth Arden PRO is not based on a single hero ingredient or product but rather a clinically substantiated skincare philosophy.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

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