This cold, miserable, winter weather has got our skin crying out for some much-needed TLC. Well here to help is ELEMIS with its new Limited Edition Pro-Collagen Marine Cream.
This No.1 bestselling anti-ageing moisturiser has proven to be super loving to your skin providing benefits we could only dream of. Not only that but, Elemis have also promised that from the sale of this product they will donate £35,000 to Women for Women, an organisation, which helps marginalised women living in conflicted areas.
This lightweight cream is extremely hydrating and helps to tackle visible signs of ageing, fine lines and dullness. So, if you are longing for that glowy bridal look then this cream could be “the one” for you.
Not only does this moisturiser make your skin look ultra pretty it’s packaging is beyond beautiful too. ELEMIS have collaborated with Karen Mabon, a young and influential British accessories designer, to design the limited edition packaging. Of the collaboration Mabon said, “My aim as a designer is always to tell a unique story, and to make things of absolutely impeccable quality, things you can treasure forever. ELEMIS have the same commitment to aesthetics and luxury.”
For her design, Mabon took inspiration from Pro-Collagen’s hero ingredient, Padina Pavonica, a unique Mediterranean algae with outstanding anti-ageing properties. The luxury keepsake box, adorned with an underwater motif, serves as a lasting reminder of the power of a promise – the power to change women’s lives.
“At ELEMIS, giving back is part of our DNA. While striving to create innovative products and treatments, the heart of our business is wellbeing. Contributing to changing people’s lives is what helps to make a difference. We choose charities close to our hearts, that we feel really make an impact. Our donation will allow Women for Women International to help reach their recruitment goal: bringing 12,000 women through a training programme that gives these women the tools they need to support their children and transform their lives forever,” Oriele Frank, co-founder and CMO of Elemis.
Brita Fernandez Schmidt, executive director of Women For Women International added: “This collaboration would help fund our year-long programme that gives the most marginalised women, in conflict-affected countries, access to the life-changing skills needed to overcome the social exclusion and economic restrictions they face. We are so grateful to ELEMIS for helping us to continue changing women’s lives around the world.”