Beautiful Skin is Free Skin


Do you long for smooth, firm, youthful skin that glows with an ethereal beauty? Take a cue from this weekend’s Independence Day celebrations and free your skin of all that weighs it down and hides its glow and youthfulness.

Beautiful, healthy, vibrant skin is skin that’s free of heavy chemicals and toxins. Yet, many skincare products on the market today are filled with ingredients that are not only unhealthy, but may be downright dangerous for your skin. Examples include skin-irritating and headache-causing artificial fragrances; potentially cancer-causing parabens, PEGs (polyethylene glycol) and artificial colors; SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), which can damage the immune system; phenoxyethanol, which can cause a shutdown of the central nervous system; and propylene glycol. These agents are the same ones used in caustic products like oven cleaners, engine degreasers and antifreeze.

Remember that your skin is your body’s first line of defense from external pathogens. It also protects your body from excessive water loss, and aids in insulation, temperature regulation, sensation and the production of disease-fighting vitamin D. That’s why it’s critical to free your skin of all that harms it and hides it healthy glow. And that’s why Dr. Steppie, MD created Ethereal Beauty™ Anti-Aging Cellular Serum, a state-of-the-art anti-aging serum infused with his patent pending Pro Organic Complex™ made with safe, top-quality certified organic ingredients including a breakthrough rejuvenating kelp extract**, and cutting-edge Sequoia tree stem cells, all blended in the highest quality Aloe Vera leaf juice.

90% improvement in skin firmness** / 80% Visible reduction in wrinkle depth**

Liberate your skin and see your natural beauty come to life with Ethereal Beauty™. From all of us here at Steppie, MD Happy Skindependence Day!

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*/** In-vitro tests. ** Self-evaluation: 2x/day application for 28 days. Study performed on 20 volunteers under dermatological control.