Kristals Cosmetics and healing power of precious gemstones

June 20, 2016  15:44  |  Shopping

Kristals Cosmetics - SwO magazine

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Kristals Cosmetics is a new skin care brand based on the healing power of precious and semi-precious gemstones—has announced the launch of a new series of video product tutorials as part of its outreach initiatives.

Right now, the company is featuring 4 video product tutorials on YouTube, corresponding to different gemstone product lines, including Amber, Gold, Diamond and Ruby. The company also plans to make larger-scale giveaways and samples for beauty consumers available on its new site.

“Because Kristals products are based on a unique use of gemstones to create bioenergized formulations inspired by ancient, holistic traditions, educating customers in their optimal use is crucial,” explains Shay Segev, president and CEO of Kristals Cosmetics.

Launched in 2015, Kristals Cosmetics products are based on 12 different gemstones that have long traditions of being used for their healing properties, including amber, ruby, pearl, diamond, sapphire, gold and amethyst. Kristals’ product formulators combined these gemstones with natural, organic extracts of powerful botanicals and herbal essences and oils. “We believe that beautiful skin isn’t just the result of the right chemicals. Helping someone improve their skin is essentially healing, and for centuries healing has happened by harnessing the power of the natural world around us, including gemstones. That’s why we developed Kristals,” says Segev.

SwO magazine suggests:

GOLD 24K Gold Eye Perfecting Cream which you can order HERE.

Kristals Cosmetics - SwO magazine

AMBER Multi-Vitamin C Dark Spot Corrector which you can order HERE.

Kristals Cosmetics

DIAMOND Anti-Gravity Gentle Foaming Milk which you can order HERE.

SwO magazine - Kristals Cosmetics

RUBY Super Facial Serum which you can order HERE.

Kristals Cosmetics - SwO magazine


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