Dr. Jart Ceramidin Collection for Fall 2013

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Collection

Dry skin gotcha down? It will soon when the cooler weather strikes! Thankfully the Dr. Jart Ceramidin has launched at Sephora just in time for the cooler weather.

Take a look!

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Cream $48
A lightweight yet highly moisturizing cream that contains microcapsule ceramides to hydrate the skin barrier from within, preventing water loss so dry, rough skin becomes plumped and hydrated again!

Contains:

  • Ceramide – Essential lipids found in the surface layer of the skin that help maintain the integrity of the skin
  • Panthenol – Moisturizers, repairs damaged skin
  • Licorice extract – skin nourishment, whitening, soothing and anti-inflammatory
  • Portulaca oleracea L. extract – soothes irritated skin; alleviates acne
  • Aloe vera leaves – moisturizing, soothing, healing properties
  • Beta vulgaris root – moisturizes
  • Cornstarch – increases skin moisture
  • Folic acid – prevents DNA mutation; promotes cellular regeneration

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Liquid $39
Plumps and seals dull, dry skin for all day moisture.

Benefits

  • Strengthens skin barrier function
  • Improves overall skin health and texture
  • 26-hour moisture retention
  • Suitable for sensitive skin

Ingredients:

  • Ceramide – Essential lipids found in the surface layer of the skin that help maintain the integrity of the skin
  • Panthenol – Moisturizers, repairs damaged skin
  • Licorice extract – skin nourishment, whitening, soothing and anti-inflammatory
  • Portulaca oleracea L. extract – soothes irritated skin; alleviates acne
  • Aloe vera leaves – moisturizing, soothing, healing properties

Both products provide long lasting moisture as well as time released moisture so skin stays moist throughout the day!

I must have them. My dry skin demands it.

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com

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  • 8/28/13 10:48 Holly:

    I bought the cream after getting a sample from Birchbox. It’s a bit spendy, but I am obsessed!

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  • 8/28/13 11:11 Alanna:

    I want to try this! I love ceramide in my skincare. I’ve got oily skin but it always manages to get dehydrated once the cool air hits. It still somehow manages to look shiny later in the day, too! I cant win lol.

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    • 8/28/13 13:40 Sylvia:

      That happens to me too! It is very annoying, have you found a way to balance it out?

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      • 8/28/13 14:45 Alanna:

        The best thing I’ve found so far is to layer my moisturizers. I use a mattifying moisturizer (Philosophy clear days ahead, which has salicylic acid in it too to keep pores clear), then a THIN layer of something beefier on top, which is how I’d like to try this particular product. After that, primer usually (holika holika silky veil is my current fave, smoothing, locks my foundation in place, and has good oil control), then foundation/bb cream (missha signature real complete in #13 cause I’m ghostly white), then powder (rouge bunny rouge foundation powder looks really gorgeous and I find it less drying on flaky and sensitive skin). Phew! Lots of “oily skin” products I think are actually too harsh and drying and can really exacerbate the problem. Make sure you keep your exfoliation CHEMICAL (salicylic acid, and a low % to boot, Paula’s choice has some good ones) and gentle. If you use a manual scrub or anything harsh it often feels good in the moment but it can really irritate your pores and cause them to inflame and produce more oil. disclaimer: I am not a derm or esthetician, just a girl with an interest in skincare!

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  • 8/28/13 13:17 kiwikiwidragon:

    This is amazing and I’m totally stoked that its at Sephora!!!!

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  • 8/28/13 21:37 Nat:

    I have (grudgingly) begun to drink more water. I’m up to at least 6 X 8oz glasses a day, and the difference it has made in my skin is incredible. I use way less body lotion, and my face is no longer flaky by late afternoon. :)

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    • 8/29/13 9:25 the Muse:

      i always tell myself I’ll get more water into my diet but it’s hard sometimes! :-/

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      • 8/29/13 11:37 Nat:

        Yeah, it’s been hard for me – I don’t mind the taste of water, problem is that I forget to drink it! So I found a solution that works for me; I fill up my mug and set an oven timer (bought a little electric one from Target for $10). I have to drink the water by the time the timer goes off, and if I haven’t I chug down what’s left and refill, reset the timer, repeat. I’ve been able to drastically increase the amount of water I drink this way. :)

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        • 9/4/13 14:44 the Muse:

          lol race to the finish! good idea ;D!

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  • 9/24/13 13:57 Lacy:

    I see both are for sensitive skin which is awesome, can I assume the liquid is for use on the face? I’d love to try something new, my go to facial moisturizer as right now is Clinique’s dramatically different moisturizing gel.

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    • 9/24/13 14:11 the Muse:

      i don’t really have sensitive skin, just super dry :) this is actually the cream but yes the liquid is for your face (both are) to be applied prior to the cream :)

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  • 9/24/13 15:56 Kate:

    I just placed my birthday Sephora order and definitely would have taken a chance to try the cream. I’ll just have to wait until next time when I’m gearing up for my winter skin needs–my hands and lips are already drier because of of the chilly fall weather!

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