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This Skincare Line Bases Formulas On Natural Hormonal Cycles

This Skincare Line Bases Formulas On Natural Hormonal Cycles
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To combat skin issues brought about by changing hormones, this skincare line is designed around the needs of women

Azalea Pena
  • 25 october 2017

Skin can go from glowing to utterly dull within the same week. The culprit is a woman’s love-hate relationship with hormones, which is why Amareta designed its skincare line around each phase of the hormonal cycle.

Amareta believes that hormones greatly affect the glow of the skin. Instead of letting one’s hormones take over the body, Amareta’s skincare line helps the skin embrace the hormones. Whether a woman is in the luteal phase of menstruation, pregnant or nursing, the brand has a specific skincare collection designed for it. Pregnancy and nursing skincare lines are formulated with high attention to safety, without preservatives, chemicals and synthetic fragrances.

For Amareta, it’s all about helping customers achieve exceptional glowing skin. Fluctuating hormones can be tough to deal with, but finally, there’s a skincare line in town that could work with them.

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