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Keep it Calm Serum

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
   Apply to clean skin before moisturizer or sunscreen. This formula can be used day or night with your existing product regimen.


KEY INGREDIENTS
Sodium Palmitoyl Proline – Amino Acid
Nymphaea Alba Flower Extract – White Lotus, antiseptic properties.
Ranunculus Ficaria Extract- helps to prevent dilation of blood vessels.
Sea Whip Extract- pseudoprerogorgia eli.sabetbae, a feathery member of Caribbean-grown gorgonian coral, may hold the most promise: 0.06% of the extract neutralizes 90% of phospholipase A2 (PL~2). A naturally occurring enzyme in the body that leads to the pain and swelling associated with Rosacea. (Pseudopterosinss- Sea whips active compound is currently under review as a new drug for the treatment of arthritis, burns and contact dermatitis.
Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone – decreases capillary permeability (reducing redness from capillary).
Dipeptide – 2 – (reduces water retention) reducing eye bags.
Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 A powerful anti-inflammatory that helps promote tissue regeneration resulting in normalization of damaged skin. Skin looks and acts younger renewing its strength against photo aging and environmental damage.
Ahnfeltia Concinna Extract Red Marine Algae Naturally derived from red marine algae found in the Hawaiian Islands. This formula's activity is attributed to the highly functional bio-components naturally created by Ahfeltia and genetically reproduced by proprietary bio-fermentation techniques. Improves moisture levels, reduction of fine lines, increases skin firmness and elasticity, and increases cell turnover. Also studies have shown a substantial reduction in redness.
Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract – anti inflammatory
Cola Acuminata Seed Extract- revitalizing ingredient
Paullinia Cupana Seed Extract- antioxidant and antiseptic properties.
Allantoin renewal- soothing, and moisturizing properties
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract -calming

 

 

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revised:05/30/2017