Dermatologist Tested Ingredients
inspired by Nobel Prize Winning Science
Tempted by a cosmetic procedure? Reconsider.
Visibly reduce the appearance of your wrinkles and fine lines, while tightening any skin that may have lost its "oomph" throughout the years.
DMAEDMAE is the only ingredient clinically proven to firm and tighten the skin while at the same time smoothing out deep wrinkles and fine lines. University studies concluded that of 200 men and women who applied topical treatments containing DMAE, 84% saw smoother and firmer skin after just 6 weeks of use!
RetinolRetinol, more commonly known as Vitamin A is actually one of the only substances with a molecular structure small enough to penetrate the outer layers of the skin. Retinol is an ingredient included in many topical solutions for its power to rid the skin of acne, and exfoliate pores to help fade scars. Retinol helps the body manufacture collagen and elastin, which repairs skin cells and strengthens connective tissue.
Hyaluronic AcidHyaluronic acid works alongside collagen and elastin to powerfully moisturize and hydrate the body. Commonly taken orally, hyaluronic acid is used to strengthen one’s connective tissue which will cushion joints to allow easier mobility and also relieve pain. When applied topically, hyaluronic acid will heal wounds, moisturize, and plump the skin, causing a healthy, youthful skin appearance.
Ascorbyl PalmitateAscorbyl Palmitate is a fat-soluble form of Vitamin C. Commonly used in food, medicine, and cosmetics for its antioxidant properties, when applied topically, ascorbyl palmitate will improve skin health by neutralizing free radicals, and lengthen cell lifespan through its ability to stimulate collagen production.
Acetyl HexapeptideAcetyl Hexapeptide mimics the way in which Botulinum neurotoxins perform. Studies have shown that women saw 30% wrinkle reduction upon 30 days of treatment. Analysis of the progress showed that this synthetic peptide significantly inhibited wrinkle production and appearance comparable to that of botulinum injections.
AppleScientists have been researching the effect of apple stem cells on human skin for nearly a decade to determine if their potent antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins would have a positive affect on aging skin. It wasn't until as recently as 2012 that a comprehensive 12 week study consisting of 109 male and female test subjects, concluded that apple stem cells help maintain and sustain the skin's collagen and elastin levels by alleviating inflammation caused from skin irritating conditions such as rosacea and dermatitis by hydrating from within the cell layers.