Elizabeth Arden PRO’s proven formulations set another level for performance, utilising our most advanced understanding of skin science and ingredient technology innovations. Elizabeth Arden PRO is designed to help you reach an enhanced level of skin rejuvenation while combating the causes of skin ageing. Imagine remarkably fresher, more youthful-looking skin with an advanced level of protection designed to help keep it appearing smoother, more supple and beautiful for years to come.
Elizabeth Arden, one of the most established and well-known global prestige beauty products company, tapped the innovation expertise of US CosmeceuTechs, LLC and its CEO, Joe Lewis, to collaborate on Elizabeth Arden PRO. Lewis first partnered with Elizabeth Arden, Inc. in 2005 to launch Prevage®, which has won more than 160 awards globally. Lewis, a chemist and Cosmeceutical skincare researcher, is best known for introducing some of the world’s most innovative skincare ingredients including Alpha-Hydroxy Acid in 1983, Idebenone in 2004 and Botanical Complex™ in 2012.
To further understand how Elizabeth Arden PRO works to help improve the appearance of skin, consider your biological clock: From the day you are born, it starts ticking towards the day your cells shut down for good. Two forces cause the hands of your clock to march forward: the genes you inherited and the environment that surrounds you. Since there is no way to control genetic ageing, our focus targets the kind of skin ageing you can control – environmental skin ageing.
The term “environmental skin ageing” refers to the damage skin cells sustain over time due to continuous exposure to the harsh environment in which we live. This damage accumulates expressing itself as premature skin ageing, directly affecting and changing our appearance.
The good news is we can help natural repair mechanisms that are designed to combat oxidative stress perform their best with help from a group of powerful technologies and products formulated based on the Skin Health & Beauty Pyramid™ philosophy.