Advanced Collagen Rejuvenating Crème

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  • This richly textured crème for mature skin significantly improves the appearance of deep wrinkles and expression lines, firmness, pigmentation and skin texture to help regain a youthful complexion in as little as 4 weeks.

    Glycolic Acid supports collagen production, improves skin tone and gently dissolves unwanted skin cells for improved vibrancy while state-of-the-art Emblica, a natural form of vitamin C, and Marine Peptides provide exceptional antioxidant, hydrating and firming benefits for a more lifted luminous appearance.

    Skin Type: All except sensitive or Rosacea
    Size:
     50ml

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Clinical results after 4 weeks of use

62% increase in skin smoothness
32% increased in skin firmness
41% decreased in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

 

Key Ingredients


Glycolic Acid
, this exfoliating acid has the smallest molecular weight of all the Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) allowing for rapid absorption and quick results. Glycolic acid supports collagen synthesis for improved firmness and plumps the skin by increasing hyaluronic acid, our natural water trapping molecule that often depletes with ageing. At a surface level, glycolic acid gently dissolves unwanted dead skin cells allowing for better product absorption and improved vibrancy. This multi-tasking ingredient improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, firmness, enlarged pores, pigmentation, blemishes, skin tone, texture and overall luminosity.

 

Emblica (Indian Gooseberry Extract),  Brightens, firms and protects skin from free radical damage. It contains the highest available natural concentration of antioxidant vitamin C.
Marine Firming Peptides,  State-of-the-art ingredient derived from the Hawaiian sea promotes collagen formation, skin firmness and improved hydration.

 

 


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