- Helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Helps improve the look of hypertrophic (raised) scar tissue and fine stretch marks
- Safely brightens and helps visibly diminish uneven skin tone
- Provides support against environmental aggressors
- Provides extremely powerful antioxidant protection
DESCRIPTION Lightweight, yellow to amber serum
RETAIL SIZE 15 mL ℮ 0.5 fl. oz., 30 mL ℮ 1 fl. oz.
DOSAGE 3-5 drops per application
- Dry, normal, oily or combination skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Fine stretch marks
- Poor elasticity/thin skin
- Pre-procedure (use 30 days prior)
- Post-procedure (use after skin has re-epithelialized)
Apply 3-4 drops to the palm of hand. Using fingertips, dab and smooth evenly over face and neck.
KEY INGREDIENT FEATURES
L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) ADVANCE + 15.0%
Scientifically-advanced, stabilized form of L-ascorbic acid providing time-released, continuous delivery. Potent antioxidant with photoprotective and anti-inflammatory properties. Stimulates collagen synthesis and promotes wound healing.
Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acid and Madecassic Acid (Centella Asiatica) 0.5%
Efficacious antioxidant stimulates collagen synthesis and improves microcirculation, capillary flow and vascular tone. Promotes wound healing and reduction of scar tissue.
Calcium Pantothenate (Vitamin B5) 0.5%
Essential element required for enzymatic functions within all cells. Enables the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, increasing cellular integrity and efficiency.
Inhibits tyrosinase enzymes that produce melanin, thereby controlling hyperpigmentation.
Polyporus Umbellatus (Mushroom) Extract (Source of Kojic Acid) 0.5%
Inhibits tyrosinase enzymes that produce melanin, thereby controlling hyperpigmentation. Also exhibits powerful antibacterial, antimicrobial and antibiotic properties.
Copper Tripeptide Growth Factor (Bioidentical)
Copper Tripeptide-1 (bioidentical) has been clinically proven to stimulate the synthesis of collagen in skin fibroblasts, and increase accumulation of total proteins, glycosaminoglycans and DNA in dermal wounds. The Copper Tripeptide-1 sequence is present in collagen and it is suggested that the Copper Tripeptide-1 is released after tissue injury. Copper Tripeptide-1 also increases synthesis of decorin – a small proteoglycan in the regulation of collagen synthesis, wound healing regulation and anti-tumor defense.