Triple-Action Anti-Aging Beginnings(R) Addresses All Skin Care Needs of Today’s Travelers

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., July 12 /PRNewswire/ — Hours in a pressurized airline cabin can dry your skin out before you even get to your destination. Sun, wind, dust, and pollution can cause further damage once you’ve arrived. Yet, too many travelers say goodbye to proper skin care when they leave home, just when they need it most.

“Some people feel they don’t have time for a proper skin care regimen when they hit the road,” says Ladan Vazin, creator of Beginnings(R) skin renewal powder.” Others don’t want to pack several skincare products that can be heavy or bulky. Beginnings(R), addresses both of these concerns, making it ideal for travelers, men and women alike.

Beginnings(R) is available in stores and on line at

Beginnings(R) is 100% acid free and can be used on all skin types even on very sensitive skin and delicate areas around the eyes and lips. It is used twice a week but does three times the work of most anti-aging products.

* Calcium coagulates and lifts only the dead skin layer to reduce the
appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

* Hydrolyzed Collagen easily penetrates the skin.

* Circular application stimulates blood circulation for better
nourishment of the cells.

“The result is a younger, healthier looking skin,” says Ms. Vazin.

With a three-month supply weighing in at only one ounce, Beginnings(R) doesn’t take up much room in a makeup bag or shaving kit, either, a concern of many business travelers who seldom pack more than a single carry-on bag.

“It’s a one-step anti-aging treatment that’s powerful, color blind, and unisex!” says Ms. Vazin. “Beginnings(R) is your skin’s best friend.”(TM)

“Using Beginnings(R) before a big business meeting can give skin the look and feel of hours’ worth of expensive spa treatments,” she says.

Travelers who are looking for a healthy long-lasting tan can benefit equally. “You’re tanning the healthy skin, not flaky, dead skin that can cause a tan to look dry or dull. But, be sure to wear sunscreen,” warns Ms. Vazin. “Even healthy skin can be damaged by the sun’s UVA and UVB rays.”

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