Roasted Chestnuts in Skincare

Not only are chestnuts roasting on an open fire this season, they are also sneaking into skincare. This holiday ingredient tones up tissue to treat and help prevent wrinkles.  In addition, the leaf of the chestnut has its own special powers—anti-inflammatory properties that work to prevent various skin irritations. It’s the perfect ingredient to help counteract the effects of winter’s harsh winds on the face. These properties make it an excellent ingredient in creams and moisturizers that help restore skin’s moisture, resiliency, and elasticity while evening skintone. Find chestnut in G.M. Collin's A.G.E. Total Defense and Hydramucine Optimal Cream to combat winter skin issues.

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