Give your skin that much-needed love this Valentine’s Day

YOU Beauty brings a deeper meaning to love by focusing on the 5 love languages and how it can help us to show affection and practice self-care on ourselves.

Love for oneself is held in high regard for several reasons that prove hugely beneficial.  Most of us agree that it is a need and a right to feel content with our own identity without seeking out external validation. Truly believing that our existence itself is enough to be worthy of compassion invites growth, healthier life decisions, and eventually, success as we deem it.

One reason why Valentine’s Day is a much-anticipated occasion is the fact that we deem love important enough to be celebrated. While it’s common for the majority to crave affection and romance more during these times, we must also recognize the significance of being inclined to achieve self-contentment before we are fully prepared to partake in the interpersonal connections we seek.

The art of self-love truly aligns us with our own beautiful and unique selves, which leads us to establish stronger bonds. Only when we recognize the depth of our value can we completely give and receive love in its most authentic form–a crucial sentiment we must always keep in mind.

The cultivation of self-love through methods that resonate with our love language is a  lifelong journey that many of us chose to embark on. Though it’s true that the formula to loving oneself is a personal feat, we’re delighted to offer one way to set your self-love era in motion this Valentine’s season!

Whether you’re into sweet caresses, affirmative words, loving acts of service, spending quality time, or giving and receiving gifts, an ensemble that allows you to revel in a youthful appearance channels these love languages through a simple pampering routine. Nothing says self-care more than spoiling yourself this Valentine’s with Y.O.U  Beauty’s Advanced Youth Series, a product line meticulously designed to future-proof your skin!

Show your skin some love with a set of products formulated with Plantide XTM, a plant-derived peptide that helps strengthen the skin’s resilience by repairing your collagen proteins. No more constant woes about the early signs of aging! With fine lines and wrinkles out of the picture, you’re bound to have plumper, firmer skin–the perfect combination for your much-desired youthful glow.

This skincare series currently includes a Revitalizing Micro Essence that strengthens the skin’s barrier, an Intensive Peptide Serum that helps in reducing the appearance of fine lines, and our current best-seller: the Recharging Peptide Eye Cream, widely known for enhancing the under-eye area by reducing puffiness and dark circles. In addition to these, Y.O.U Beauty recently introduced two new products under the Advanced Youth  Series: the Line-Smoothing Peptide Day Cream with SPF 15 which helps maintain skin elasticity for that lifted and bouncy skin, and Line-Smoothing Peptide Night Cream combats the early signs of aging during the skin’s nightly repair phase while intensely hydrating the skin. Add these to your holy grail regime to future-proof your skin!

Shop the product range online today through the Y.O.U Beauty Lazada and Shopee stores. Or visit select Watsons, SM Beauty, Robinsons Department Store, Metro Retail,  LCC Department Store, Gaisano Capital Group, Prince Retail Group, KCC, Mart One and The Landmark.


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