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Paltrow for Restorsea

Published 04/03/2014

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow has teamed up with anti-aging skincare line Restorsea.

The 41-year-old actress, who runs her own wellbeing digital media and e-commerce company Goop, has teamed up with the anti-aging skincare line to promote their natural products.

Restorsea describe Gwyneth as “a purveyor of quality in all regards”. The blonde star is thrilled to be working with an environmentally friendly brand and shares a similar outlook on aging.

"I was ecstatic when I learned that Restorsea is natural. Over time, I saw a real difference – a kind of freshness and dewiness. I love how it smells, that it works, the story and the fact that it is a brand started by a woman entrepreneur," she explained in a statement.

"I never promote anything that I don’t use, love and believe in, and I’m thrilled to support the brand and its mission to encourage women to embrace their age."

The brand was set up by Patti Pao, who has previously launched over 400 products for lauded brands such as Avon, Elizabeth Arden and Guerlain.

Restorsea's products use many different ingredients including Vitamin C and Aquabeautine XL - an enzyme released during the baby salmon hatching process.

Gwyneth has also shared her favourite products. She listed the Rejuvenating Day Cream, Revitalizing Eye Cream and Repairing Hand Treatment as her must-have skincare creams.

Restorsea's website has announced its new member to the team, praising Gwyneth's youthful looks.

"Gwyneth proves that your prime is whenever you want it to be. Using a regimen of Restorsea’s naturally effective products, she is radiant in the present and ensures she’ll look her best for years to come," it writes.

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