4 incredible ingredients. 7 Solutions. 1 Serum.
C-Stem™ is an exceptional rejuvenating Vitamin C serum that contains Lilac Stem Cells. C-Stem™ combats signs of visible skin aging, diminishes the appearance of nose to mouth creases, and brightens skin tone. The formula reactivates 14 genes that are responsible for the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, and helps to reduce the accelerated aging protein Progerin.
The 7 Solutions:
- Lessens appearance of lines and wrinkles;
- Shields from environmental toxins, free radicals;
- Lessens Progerin, the skin aging protein;
- Plumps skin appearance with Hyaluronic boost;
- Lessens blackheads, breakouts, and improves pore appearance;
- Brightens skin and evens skin tone;
- Helps to calm redness and rosacea.
The 4 Featured Ingredients act synergistically:
Vitamin C (Tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate): present at 3%, this antioxidant, skin brightening collagen-booster helps reverse sun damage by shielding from UVA as well as UVB. When 3% Tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate is applied to skin, the resulting concentration of active L-ascorbic acid within epidermal skin cells is the equivalent of topically applying 20% L-ascorbic acid. In addition, the antioxidant activity of Tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate lasts up to 48 hours after application, whereas that of topically applied L-Ascorbic acid peaks at around 30 minutes.
Lilac Stem Cells: reactivate youthful genes, lessen inflammation, lessen breakouts and pore appearance, decrease pigmentation by tyrosinase inhibition, and fight free radicals.
Marine Algae Extract: gene modulator based on marine extracts proven to decrease the skin’s Progerin levels.
Undaria Algae Extract: reactivates 14 genes that become deactivated over time and with aging. These genes are responsible for the production of collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, the natural skin fillers and firming components. Reactivating these 14 genes helps to reduce wrinkles and helps to create a more youthful,lifted appearance.
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