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Discover our new line of clay and gel masks and there amazing benefits for every skin type!

Our Vitamin C Clay Mask utilizes Vitamins C and E, and Volcanic Sand to improve the look of age spots, pigmentation and sun damage, while also reducing impurities and overexposed skin.

Our Charcoal Clay Mask utilizes Charcoal, Green Tea, and Witch Hazel to minimize the appearance of pores, fine lines and wrinkles while cleansing the skin, in addition to reducing redness and oiliness.

Our Hyaluronic Acid Gel Mask utilizes Glycerin, Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera and Algae to maintain youthful skin by improving elasticity and firmness to create a brighter complexion.

Our Collagen Gel Mask utilizes Ferulic Acid, Rosewater, and Collagen to reduce the appearance of expression lines and wrinkles by tightening, nourishing and purifying the skin.

Argan Oil, We Cracked the Nut, Now Let's Get Crackin' on That Dry Skin

Here at Advanced Clinicals, we think about our wonderful consumers. We listen to your needs, your wants, and we have expanded our collection of Argan Oil products because we know what Argan Oil has to offer and we want you to receive its benefits. 

Where do we begin? At the source of course…

Argan fruit soaking up some sunshine on the Argan Tree, Morocco

Argan fruit soaking up some sunshine on the Argan Tree, Morocco

Argan Oil comes from Morocco and is extracted by hand from the fruit of a thorny tree, the Argan tree. Workers peel the outer layer of the fruit to make Argan Oil and then they must pound its inner nut with a rock to extract kernels, where the oil is extracted.

Argan Oil contains Vitamin E, is nutrient-rich, and has anti-inflammatory properties- which means its particularly great for your skin. The benefits are overwhelming; fights signs of aging, hydrates and softens dry skin, firms and tightens your skin to minimize the appearance of wrinkles, and as an added bonus – you can even apply it to the ends of your hair to reduce and tame frizz.

Here is an overview of the great benefits our Argan Oil products have to offer: 

Advanced Clinicals Argan Firming Body Oil is a rich and nourishing oil that soaks into the skin for a luminous glow. Infused with Caffeine, Shea Butter, and Jojoba Oil to dramatically firm and tone problem areas. Notice smoother, more hydrated and supple skin in just one week. 

Advanced Clinicals Spa Size Argan Oil Intensive Beauty Cream hydrates the skin and reduces the loss of elasticity and firmness. Our 16 oz spa size cream will give your whole body, from your split ends to your toenails, a restorative makeover. Soften and replenish severely dry skin with this ultra moisturizing cream. Infused with Green Tea, Aloe Vera and Chamomile to help firm and tighten skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. 

Advanced Clinicals Argan Oil is non-greasy, lightweight, and gentle for all skin types. Infused with Spanish Lavender to reduce the look of wrinkles and line while tightening and firming skin. Our intensive Argan Oil strengthens nails and cuticles and tames frizzy hair for a perfect date night look. 

Are Night Creams More Effective than Day Creams?

The difference between day and night creams is that day creams tend to contain SPF and have a lighter consistency in order to apply before makeup. While both are needed for healthy skin, do heavier creams contain stronger ingredients and work better than day creams? Let's find out!

Nighttime products help maintain healthy skin and reduce signs of aging overnight. The nighttime is when the skin does the heavy lifting. Our skin works to restore and repair while we sleep so that night creams focus on moisture and recovery, hence why they are heavier. Night creams also tend to have a larger concentration of ingredients such as peptides and stronger actives like Retinol. Retinol boosts cell turnover to reduce dull skin and fine lines but is best used at night because it's known to increase skin's sensitivity to the sun. 

Others say that daytime and nighttime creams work just equally as effective. The active ingredients in day creams are different than those in night creams, but that doesn't mean they are not keeping your skin looking and feeling healthy. Day creams are known for having SPF and antioxidants that are most beneficial during the day. Due to the fact that the skin will most be in contact with the sun during the day, it is best to pick up a day cream that contains SPF because that could totally make a difference between having a youthful, glowing complexion or a dull aged one. 

However you put it, products that are used at night due tend to contain stronger active ingredients that are primarily for ant-aging but that doesn't mean that they are more effective than day creams. They both work for different purposes and get the job done. So remember to incorporate day and night creams into your skincare routine for flawless looking skin. 

Better yet, why not stock up now? Pick up our Vitamin C Day Cream and our Retinol Night Cream today!

Manuka Honey: The Next Powerhouse Natural Ingredient

Honey, that sticky, delicious goodness produced by bees, has been used by humans for thousands of years—and not just to satisfy a sweet tooth. After thousands of years of studies and uses we now know that honey has antioxidant and prebiotic properties when ingested, and antimicrobial activity when applied topically. But there's a big difference between the stuff that comes in that cute, squeezable bear and Manuka, the pricey, potent honey that has now begun to transition out of health-food markets and hospitals and into beauty products.

All types of honey have an antiseptic quality, thanks to glucose oxidase, an enzyme in bee saliva. But Manuka's powerhouse benefits are specific to its source: the white and pink flowers of the New Zealand–native Manuka bush. The blossoms happen to contain an antibacterial compound called methylglyoxal (MG), which remains highly bioactive once the bees have changed the nectar into honey. 

Thus begins the beauty-industry buzz. In treating aging skin, the goal is to stimulate collagen production and help aging cells function like they did when they were young. Manuka honey's combo of skin-soothing, hydrating, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties could also potentially keep skin looking younger.

The properties in Manuka also address cosmetic issues. Manuka can shut down the inflammatory cascade that degrades skin. It stops enzymes from destroying collagen and it also has peptides that help cells release a boost of energy into the cells that slows down aging.

Manuka Honey can be found in a variety of skincare and beauty products across the globe today such as moisturizers, masks, facial cleansers, and more. 

Interested in finding out more about Manuka Honey? Check out these 6 products that Allure says are game changers!