This intensive, rejuvenating moisturizer is formulated with pharmaceutical-grade botanicals, peptides and powerful antioxidants. REPARATIVE MOISTURE EMULSION helps keep your skin healthy, smooth and protected.
Description | White to off-white, semi-viscous opaque cream
PH Level | 5.5 pH +/- 0.5
Retail Size | 50 g
Dosage | Moderate amount per application
• Smooths and hydrates the skin
• Helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
• Provides penetrating and surface hydration
• Helps prevent environmental damage with Extremozyme® technology
• Excellent moisturizing prep for makeup (created in conjunction with leading makeup artists)
• Great for all skin types including oily and sensitive skin
• All skin types
• Dehydrated skin
• Compromised/irritated skin
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Pre-makeup application
• Post-procedure (use after skin has re-epithelialized)
HOW TO USE
Apply a small amount to clean skin, smoothing evenly over face and neck.
KEY INGREDIENT FEATURES
A proprietary combination of extremophilic enzymes, clinically proven to protect and repair fragile proteins and DNA components.
Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid – Botanically Derived) 5.0%
Humectant; demonstrates hydrophilic properties – attracts and binds up to 1800 times its molecular weight in water.
GAGs stabilize and maintain the healthy molecular geometry of collagen, increasing skin firmness, elasticity, and resistance to stress and sagging.
Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) 0.5%
This uniquely designed, natural enzyme safely absorbs harmful free radicals which works to combat photoaging and cell damage while protecting the skin against future damage. While many non-enzymatic antioxidants are destroyed during antioxidant activity, this version of SOD defends itself and the skin from harmful aggressors that cause skin aging.
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.