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New Anti-Aging Product Goes to Sea for Beautiful Skin Care

MONROE, Conn., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --

If you want a technologically advanced anti-aging product, turn to the sea.  Marine-based ingredients such as brown and red algae, Irish Moss, Antarctic Seaweed offer properties that are known to visibly promote a brighter, healthier, and more youthful-looking skin. 

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One example of a marine-based skin care product is Sea Origin Serum. This popular product is made by VARGAS Cosmetics as part of its Tilth Beauty anti-aging, high performance, naturally based skin care line. Formulated with the latest in skin care technology and natural ingredients, Sea Origin Serum is just one of the fourteen Anti-aging Skin Care products included in Anthony Vargas's new line, Tilth Beauty.  Vargas, who has over three decades in developing Skin Care products, is a former Vice President of Research and Development for Elizabeth Arden, where he was instrumental in development of their prestige Ceramide and Prevage lines.                                                       

As a maestro of skin care formulations, Vargas selects only the safest, most effective ingredients from the sea, earth and science, regardless of cost.  Sea Origin is an orchestrated soothing serum melody blended with 11 marine actives known to combat wrinkles, free radicals, and UVA/UVB damage, and helps to promote hydration, elasticity and firmness. 

As with all Tilth Beauty products, Sea Origin Serum is crafted with a unique and potent blend of natural and science-proven ingredients. It contains a plethora of botanical oils and marine actives without any parabens, phthalates, sulfates, petroleum-based products, silicones, synthetic fragrances, GMO, animal/dairy derived products, or artificial coloring in this line.  Additionally, this earth-friendly skin care line is gluten free, cruelty free and uses green packaging practices.

The Tilth Beauty line has fourteen anti-aging products to include Cleansers, Toners, Moisturizers, Serums and Eye Treatments.  The Sea Origin Serum is $62.  For more information visit TilthBeauty.com.

Vargas Cosmetics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium quality, high-performing, naturally based skin care products that do not contain parabens, phthalates, sulfates, petroleum-based products, silicones, synthetic fragrances or GMOs, animal/dairy-derived products, or artificial colors.  The company is owned and founded by Anthony Vargas, a Skin Care Scientist and Innovator who worked in research and development for nearly three decades at Elizabeth Arden and Avon Products prior to launching Vargas Cosmetics and the high performance, safe and effective skin care line, Tilth Beauty.

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