Friday, April 1, 2011

Origins Plantscription Roadshow (Part 1)


The ingredients (for illustration) used according to

Origins Philosophy

"Powered by Nature. Proven by Science"

Origins products are formulated with natural and certified organic ingredients
and 100% natural essential oils.

And formulated without parabens, phthalates, propylene glycol,
mineral oil, PABA, petrolatum, paraffin, DEA, and animal ingredients.

Origins manufacture using a combination of renewable resources,
wind energy and eco-friendly practices.


The Experiment


Plantscription - Powerful Anti Aging Serum



Gifts for Purchase above RM380, RM480 and RM600
Click below picture to see the details of gifts with purchase.



This roadshow is until 3 April, only few more days left!!!
Quickly head to Mid Valley Centre Court!!!


Many have experienced the benefits of Plantscription serum
Below are the posters to show the testimonies. 



There are few sections to get to know more about aging skin, fibrilin,
the Agnogeissus tree - the main source for the making of this powerful anti-aging serum.



First:
Press your palm to both of the cushion
and notice how the imprints remain.

And guess which is young skin, and which is aging skin.

To demonstarte the physical effects of the loss of collagen and elasticity.
Gravity causing facialcontours to sag and 
wrinkles will appear. 


Me, stood at the Fibrilin room

Second:
Discover what is "Fibrilin"
- the integral part of youthful structure of our skin
Illustrate by elastic rubber bands.
Feel free to pluck them.
It's much like a box spring gives support to a mattress.




Third:
Identify signs of aging
Roughness
Crepiness
Discoloration 




To illustrate what happen
if the extract of Agnogeissus tree
goes into skin cells



With this illlutration of "extract from Agnogeissus tree",
the sponge will be fully moist!


Another illustration to symbolize the Agnogeissus tree
found in Africa.
Origins claims that they will not cut the tree to get the buds
but rather wait for the tree buds to fall and to get the extract.


Me, at this "Agnogeissus tree"

Hope you enjoy reading this post!

Next post, Part 2 is coming up!!!

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