What is the Difference Between Younger Skin vs Older SkinYounger skin is hydrated, has more elastin, and more collagen. While aging skin has wrinkles, age spots, and is dehydrated.
Glycolic | Pore Clearing
Derived from sugarcane, this is the smallest AHA with an excellent ability to unclog pores by removing dead cells and toxins.
Squalane | Hydrating
Derived from olives, squalene is biologically similar to a lipid produced by our skin cells, which nourishes and helps protect skin against moisture loss.
Jojoba Oil | Nourishing
Not only packed with beneficial vitamins and antioxidants, but Jojoba oil also aids in hydration by nourishing the lipid barrier and preventing moisture loss.
Hyaluronic | Hydrating
Hyaluronic holds up to 1000x it's weight in water to instantly plump skin up from the inside out with moisture and give a smooth, silky texture.
Retinol | Hydration
Made from vitamin A, Retinol boosts the amount of collagen your body makes and plumps out skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It encourages cellular turnover, stimulates collagen, helps treat acne, softens wrinkles, fades pigmentation, and gives the skin an overall youthful glow.
Pro B Vitamins | Hydration
Pro-Vitamin B5 helps keep skin soft, smooth, and healthy. It also has an anti-inflammatory effect that can help stimulate your skin's healing processes. Deeply hydrating, it helps keep skin quenched by absorbing moisture from the air.
Peptides | Anti Aging
Peptides make up about 80% of your skin. They help your skin look firm and smooth, cultivating that youthful, radiant glow we all strive for. As you age, unfortunately, you make less and less each year. Without peptides, there’s no collagen, and without collagen, there’s no defense against aging.
Ferulic Acid | Anti Aging
Ferulic acid is a plant-based antioxidant primarily used in anti-aging skincare products. It’s naturally found in a variety of foods, including bran, oats, rice, eggplant, citrus, and apple seeds. It’s primarily used to fight off free radicals, which play a role in age-related skin issues.
Resveratrol is a potent polyphenolic antioxidant that’s found in red grapes, red wine, nuts, and fruits such as blueberries and cranberries. Resveratrol helps protect the skin’s surface, interrupts and helps rebuff negative environmental influences, and brightens a tired-looking complexion.
Vitamin C | Hydration
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals. It also aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells. By applying it to your skin it offset daily aggressors like UV damage and exposure to air pollution.
Derived from willow bark, once it penetrates the skin, salicylic acid dissolves skin debris that clogs pores, [acts] as an anti-inflammatory and also helps red inflamed pimples and pustules go away faster.
Found naturally in plants, animals, and humans. MSM reduces inflammation and slows the signs of premature aging. MSM is proactive at fighting the signs of aging by tightening the skin fibers at a cellular level.