If any of you get to malls as frequently as I do, you have probably seen an intriguing line of skin care products on display in a kiosk. They go by the name Oro Gold Cosmetics. These skin care products are intriguing because they are presented in an immaculate package and have an ingredient never seen before in skin care products: gold. I was very curious to see if this was just a well-executed gimmick or if it was indeed a product line that could seriously work the skin into shape and be used in the same shape and form of other skin care lines.
So I did what I do best – I visited my best friend GOOGLE. That may sound funny to some people, but if you know what keywords to search for you really can find great information on the web. You can find anti aging authority websites that talk about the skin care and aging industry in great detail. It’s nice finding these and weeding out all of the small blogs that are often times worthless and full of garbage information.
Google showed me many things. Most surprising to me, it showed me that gold is a highly effective skin care ingredient. This is a summary of what I found online about gold, when used as a skin care ingredient.
When the skin is influenced by gold, a higher amount of blood is brought to the area of application, speeding up cellular processes and activating cell regeneration. Furthermore, gold action is closely connected with electrons present in the cells that are sensitive to electric charges. Due to this, these ions then become active under the influence of it and recreate broken cellular connections. Because of this, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is diminished each time gold is applied to the skin.
Wow, that certainly is a lot of information to break down, but it sounds pretty cool I thought. So I kept reading…..and this is what I took from the messages I was seeing online.
In terms of benefits within the deep cellular levels, gold is held in high esteem for restoring the lost elasticity properties of the tissues. This is a very important factor for the under eye area, as it loses elasticity before any other part of the body. (This is probably why the representative at the kiosk mentioned that the gold eye serum was their top seller.) Gold also slows down collagen depletion and the breakdown of elastin to prevent sagging skin. Gold stimulates cellular growth of the basal layer to regenerate healthy, firm skin cells. It also has the ability to provide a tightening effect.
I was talked into purchasing a few products. I must admit, I am a freak when it comes to beauty and skin care, and these products are hard to ignore. The presentation is immaculate, and the results were impressive. I walked away with the gold eye serum, a deep peel, and the bionic treatment. Each has it’s own use and treatment, but when used together they really helped me smooth out my face.
The eye serum was refreshing, and went on cool. It really did act well to reduce the appearance of dark circles under my eyes. The bionic treatment was also good because it’s basically a wrinkle spot treatment. It penetrates the skin with it’s powerful argirelene ingredient, which is well documented online. Lastly, the deep peel was a great addition to these products as it helped to remove dead skin cells. I’ve had these for over a month now, and they are working wonders on my skin. For any of you who have an Oro Gold Cosmetics Kiosk in your local mall, I suggest you check them out firsthand. If not, they are available online at a store called OroBeauty.