Aging Breakthroughs - The topical application of Vitamin C is the only way to significantly increase Vitamin C levels in the skin. Based upon the strongest scientific and clinical evidence, these highly-concentrated formulas revitalize, nourish and p...
Aging Breakthroughs - The topical application of Vitamin C is the only way to significantly increase Vitamin C levels in the skin. Based upon the strongest scientific and clinical evidence, these highly-concentrated formulas revitalize, nourish and protect your complexion. Twelve reasons to make topical Vitamin C a top priority: Boosts collagen and elastin production. Minimizes appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Balances skin tone. Stimulates blood circulation. Repairs photo-aged damaged skin. Protects skin from sunburn and environmental insults. Inhibits production of skin destructive free radicals. Maximizes cell rejuvenation and repair. Stimulates cell regeneration. Pumps up skin's natural supply of Vitamin C. Activates dermal enzymes. Retards pigmentation formation.
Purified soft water,witch hazel, fruit/plant phytos of : rose hips, blueberry, blackberry, peach, mixed citrusextracts, sodium PCA, aloe vera gel, sea kelp, beta hydroxy acids, chamomile, lavender, vitamin C, ascorbic acid, glycerin, panthenol, methyl salicylate, oleth-20, polysorbate, xantan gum, methylparaben, citric acid and natural orange oils. Ideal for all skin types.
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