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Katixon Announces Personalized Sustainable and Natural Anti-Aging Skin Cream To Their Product Lineup
Date:5/4/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 04, 2013

Katixon unveils their specialized products for natural skin care products which steadily has made them become a client’s go-to resource for age-defying beauty. By using ingredients like oceanic algae, Swiss apple, cold-pressed tropical cocoa and coconut oils Katixon has created an all natural anti aging skin cream. “Some of our clients need to boost ingredients for specific reasons like sun damaged skin or they’re sensitive to particular botanicals. Others want more powerful blends of antioxidants and protective compounds to replenish the skin’s natural oils,” says Katixon Product Relations Representative, Katrina Schenfield. “We create a regimen that’s both effective and specifically suited to their needs.”

One of Katixon’s best-selling products is the Nourishing Cellular Treatment Serum. With natural healing properties it features PhytoCellTec™ Malus Domestica, an award-winning ingredient derived from plant stem cells. The Restorative Oceanic Algae Cream is a facial moisturizer formulated with oceanic algae harvested from the European coast. It captures moisture from the air and when consistently applied it draws nutrients deep into the skin.

About Katixon
Katixon is a new kind of skin care company that focuses on ingredients that are pure and natural that are not mass-produced. The reason behind this is because we want to return your skin to its natural state of grace and balance. By creating a superior line of the best skin care products that uncover what your skin really needs to thrive and look natural, Katixon has award-winning innovation and literally goes to the ends of the earth to make their products great.

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