Matrixyl® Matrixyl is a micro-protein, lipopeptide for the treatment of cutaneous aging.
- Promotes collagen IV synthesis
- Promotes hyaluronic acid synthesis
- Reduces the appearance of density of furrows
Coenzyme Q10 An important nutrient that every skin cell must have in order to produce energy; supports cell respiration and regeneration.
Vitamin C Vitamin C supports the synthesis and protection of collagen, the support structure of the skin. It is a powerful antioxidant that protects against free radical damage to the skin's elastin and collagen, and diminishes the look of dark circles caused by excess stress, pollution, fatigue and over-exposure to the sun.
Vitamin E Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that protects against free radicals generated by ultraviolet light and environmental, such as ozone and tobacco smoke. Vitamin E moisturizes the skin from within, soothes and supports the body’s normal healing process, and promotes skin smoothness.
Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitae) Supports skin elasticity, moisturizes dry, parched skin and promotes healthy-looking skin. Vitamin A is essential for normal skin development.
Hydrokoytl (Gotu Kola) Supports skin structure, promotes connective tissue vascularization and promotes healthy collagen synthesis.
Coneflower (Echinacea) Coneflower slows hyaluronidase in the body which degrades hyaluronic acid.
Cucumber Extract Helps to smooth, tighten and refresh the appearance of tired and sagging skin. It contains a group of tetracyclic triterpenses, commonly referred to as bitter principles of cucurbitae, which have antioxidant activity. It has a cooling and tonic effect on the skin, and is credited with moisture-binding, moisture-regulating and soothing. It is traditionally known to aid in reducing the appearance of dark circles under the eyes.
Hyaluronic Acid Hyaluronic acid, known for its superior moisturization, has been combined with a carbohydrate complex that closely mimics the natural carbohydrates found in the skin. This complex actually binds water, preventing moisture loss from the skin. Together, they provide a superior system for enhanced moisturization of the skin's epidermal and dermal layer, and support skin's normal restoration processes.