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Eminence Organics unveils new additions to its anti-ageing Marine Flower Peptide Collection
10 Nov 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
The Marine Flower Peptide Collection has been upgraded with a serum, night cream and cream-gel concentrate
Eminence’s Marine Flower Peptide Collection now offers five targeted products that work to reduce the visible signs of ageing
– Natalie Pergar
Skincare and spa brand Eminence Organic Skin Care has upgraded its Marine Flower Peptide Collection with three new products.

First launched in 2017, the anti-ageing collection is underpinned by plant-based peptides naturally derived from sacha inchi and rice protein, which are claimed to enhance skin elasticity.

The globally-sourced and sustainable marine flowers in the collection are an assortment of fine freshwater and saltwater algae – considered ‘superfoods of the sea’. According to Eminence, these ingredients deliver essential nutrients, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants to increase skin’s firmness and provide instant hydration.

The range has been refreshed with a Marine Flower Peptide Concentrate with a lightweight cream-gel formula enriched with botanical peptides from rice protein, blue-green algae extract and brown algae extract.

The concentrate has been designed to be used in tandem with Eminence’s existing Marine Flower Peptide Serum to help reveal smoother and revitalised skin.

The second new addition consists of a Marine Flower Peptide Lip Serum formulated to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the lips and surrounding areas. The serum can be applied throughout the day or layered under lip balm or lipstick.

The Marine Flower Peptide Night Cream featuring dual peptide technology represents the third and final new launch. With its rich creamy formula, the product has been realised to soothe delicate and dehydrated skin while minimising the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Natalie Pergar, lead skincare trainer at Eminence told Spa Business: “Eminence’s Marine Flower Peptide Collection now offers five targeted products that work to reduce the visible signs of ageing, resulting in skin that appears more lifted, firm and rejuvenated.

“94 per cent of users who have tried our new Marine Flower Peptide Concentrate have noted smoother skin in just four weeks of use, and 37 per cent of users have seen a reduction in the appearance of lip furrows after using the Marine Flower Peptide Lip Serum.”

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