Sunday, January 29, 2017

Yonka’s LIFT+ (formerly Galbol 90)—firming, hydrating concentrate

UPDATE 2017:
LIFT+ is the rebranded product that replaces Galbol 90. Same product, different name.

LIFT+ from Yonka headquarters: With the combined effects of 20 plant extracts that promote firming, regeneration and hydration, this non-greasy concentrated fluid is quick to absorb and provides top level strength and firmness for skin that is lacking in tone. The epidermis [outer skin] becomes smoother and tightens. Lift+ reveals a fresh radiant skin, with smoothed wrinkles and lines, and refined texture.

Admittedly, I dont sell much Lift+. Although I think it has many attributes, I am not (as you may know from reading my blog) a big believer in changingdramatically, anywaythe natural coarse of the skin. This includes gravitys pull and the eventual sagging of tissue. So the “firming” abilities of this product are something I cannot vouch for. And as far as it having hydrating abilities, there are several other Yonka products that will do a better job of adding moisture to your skin (see link below). However, Lift+ does have many wonderful ingredients. Don’t let me stop you from trying this anti-aging concentrate. Not every product is for every person, but Lift+ might just be the product for you.

Essential ingredients:
  • Hops—regenerating
  • Sage—tightens, supports skin’s structure
  • Hypericum—restorative, balancing
  • White nettle—reinforces tensile strength
  • PCA, plant glycerin—hydrating
  • Yarrow—firming, astringent
  • Silicium derivative—toning, strengthens the tissues 
  • St. John’s Wort, coltsfoot—regenerating
  • Yonka “Quintessence” (essential oils of thyme, lavender, cypress, geranium, and rosemary) 
Directions for use:

In the morning and/or evening:
  • After cleansing and spraying on Yonka Lotion toner
  • Pump the bottle of LIFT+ concentrate 3 to 4 times
  • Apply to the face and neck. Pressing it on, due to its liquid nature, is probably best
  • Then use your day or night cream
  • Apply eye cream

For more information, see: