Laser Facelift Cream

Tightens and moisturizes

Good for all skin types.

The reason is simple: This product was created with one thing in mind- to decrease inflammation and bring moisture back into the skin. Water is lost from our skin due to the caffeine beverages and other foods we eat and this keeps us in a dehydrated state. This dehydrated state is not good for our skin.

Laser Facelift Cream will balance your skin to a state of recovery and lock in moisture without clogging your pores. Read on to understand how carefully selected ingredients work to give you beautiful, hydrated skin.

What makes this cream unique?

Strategically placed ingredients not found in most creams.

PCA-Zinc: Offer benefits to the skin. Very hygroscopic, meaning it absorbs large quantities of water. Zinc helps control sebum secretion and is antibacterial.

Copper GHK: One study reported that the addition of GHK copper complex to human fibroblasts induced stimulation of collagen synthesis.

Natural Active peptides: Peptides derived from marine collagen helps with moisturizing and supplies your skin with amino acids that will be used in collagen synthesis.

Niacinamide: Shown to benefit skin color, decrease melanin synthesis, and increase collagen synthesis. Topical application also decreases UV- induced skin cancers and prevents immunosuppression by UV irradiation. The most important effect is it decreases inflammation through inhibition of histamine released by mast cells, neutrophil chemotaxis, and release of inflammatory mediators.

Normal price for a high-end cream is over $100 dollars.

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References: The references listed here are for your benefit, to understand this great cream. It needs to be stated that these claims, although are put in journals, have not been approved by the FDA and these products are not intended to diagnose, cure, or treat any disease.

PCA-Zinc: 2007 European Journal of Dermatology 17; 492-496. 2006 Journal of Dermatological treatment 17 (4); 205-210.

Copper GHK: 1985 copper peptides Inorg. Chim. Acta: 107: 127-32 Maquart, Francois. 1988 Stimulation of collagen synthesis in fibroblast cultures by tripeptide copper complex FEBS. 238:343-6. 2000 Journal of Investigative Dermatology:115: 962-968. 1992 LifeSciences: 51:1049-56

Niacinamide: 2002 Journal of Dermatology 147(1):20-31. 2005 International Journal of dermatology, 44(3) 197-202 Prevention of photo immunosuppression and photocarcinogenesis by topical nicotinamide. Nutrition and cancer 1997, 29(2), 157-162.

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