Vitamin C 35% Collagen Rebuilding Serum (1 fl oz.)

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Vitamin C 35% Collagen Rebuilding Serum shields skin against pollution, stress and lack of sleep while creating a more refreshed appearance. What sets this Allies of Skin formula apart from the rest? Its waterless formulation and 35% vitamin C content deliver a more powerful dose of antioxidants to give you noticeable results.

Key Ingredients:

25% Ethylated L-Ascorbic Acid: pure form of l-ascorbic acid in ethylated form that is extremely stable. Penetrates deep into the dermis/skin to provide superior antioxidant protection, stimulate collagen production, rebuild skin barrier and visibly brighten skin.
10% Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate: stable oil soluble form of vitamin C that penetrates deep into the skin to stimulate collagen production, brighten dark spots and provide free radical protection.
Superoxide Dismutase: one of the most powerful antioxidants around, superoxide dismutase overpowers the damaging reactions of superoxide and protects the cell from superoxide toxicity.
Glutathione: one of the most powerful antioxidants around, glutathione prevents free radical damage and repairs signs of premature aging. It has the added benefit of also brightening skin.

Key Benefits:

Brightens skin
Stimulates collagen production; reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time 
Provides superior antioxidant protection  
Reduces dark spots and excess pigmentation 

Tip: Use this in the morning to boost the effects of all SPF products. Can be used on the eye contour, too, to brighten and correct tired-looking eyes.

Apr 15, 2022
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