Tamarind Seed Extract – Better than Hyaluronic Acid

In a recent study, Tamarind Seed Extract was found to outperform Hyaluronic Acid in skin moisturization and in smoothing fine lines and wrinkles.  This phenomenal extract is naturally rich in health boosting nutrients, enzymes, tartaric and malic acids (AHA’s) and collagen fiber but is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. 

Tamarind Seeds come from a tree commonly found in regions of Africa and South East Asia.  These trees can reach up to 40 feet with fragrant, beautiful flowers that are red or purple.  This tree is unique because the fruits of the Tamarind Tree will open and close based on the temperatures; frequently closing as dusk approaches and temperatures cool for the evening.

GSP uses only the highest quality extracts available, a pharmaceutical grade, of the Tamarind Seed Extract, allowing for consistent and high performance results.  Tamarind Seed Extract has been found to include many important anti-aging factors including Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Sugar Enzymes, Citric Bitartrate and Collagen Fibers.  Proven to be hypoallergenic and ideal for all skin types, this ingredient in the GSP products helps to tighten the skin while delivering nutrition to the skin and aiding in hydration.

This week Gerda Spillmann’s new Prestige Cell and the Renaissance Age Serum are on sale! These updated formulas both include Tamarind Seed Extract – a potent, effective new ingredient!  Get yours at the low introductory price now!!


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