Beautyfix Spotlight: Elizabeth Grant Biocallasis Complex Total Regenration Ultimate Cellular Concentrate

When we look for an anti-aging treatment, generally we just want it to make the wrinkles and pigmentation go away while smoothing away those blemishes with fingers crossed. Elizabeth Grant’s Biocollasis Complex Total Regeneration Ultimate Cellular Concentrate-quite the mouthful- not only does just that in seconds but it has cooling and anti-inflammatory benefits as well, so it’s perfect for summer. Sunburned anyone? Dab this on for instant relief! Since I’ve been using this and putting it to the test I truly believe it to be one of the best anti-aging products on the market.

What’s the scoop on Elizabeth Grant?

Her inspirational story starts in 1948 when her life changed forever. Being a victim of skin damage from World War II and embarrassed by her skin, she discovered a natural substance to treat her war wounds. The wonder ingredient behind Elizabeth Grant’s line is called Torricelumn, which is a form of kelp that can only be picked once a year for optimal results. It’s similar to human plasma and this natural ingredient is unmatched in its ability to delay aging, repair skin and infuse the skin with essential moisture. Each of Elizabeth Grant’s skin care products features this natural ingredient making it available for everyone to reap the benefits.

What I love about Biocallasis Complex Total Regeneration Ultimate Cellular Concentrate is how quickly it penetrates into your skin and its super moisturizing. I’ll be honest I’m a sucker for anything in a glass bottle with a dropper. I noticed an immediate different in my skin after applying the serum. After a few weeks of using it, I also noticed that skin look revived and my blemishes evened out. It genuinely repairs and works as a fantastic anti-aging treatment. If you picked it out in your kit, you’re in for a treat!


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One Response to “Beautyfix Spotlight: Elizabeth Grant Biocallasis Complex Total Regenration Ultimate Cellular Concentrate”

  1. ritasimmons says:

    On the bottle of elizabeth grants’ biocallasis complex total regeneration enzyme concentrate, it states to rinse after 20 minutes. Does anyone know why rinsing is necessary? And does this contain formaldahyde? Her caviar products do, I dont want anything with that. Thanks

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