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CELL RENEW MASK

$65.00

Our doctor-formulated reset face mask is designed to infuse skin with an innovative blend bioactive plant micronutrients and peptides. This sophisticated formula fights skin fatigue, inflammation and aging and helps to improve skin health. Formulated to attract and lock moisture into the skin and activate stem cell natural healing powers, this mask is specifically designed to rescue dull and lackluster skin A virtual wake-up call for your skin, this mask resets your skin from survival to healing mode, minimizing blemishes, healing sun damage & restoring youthful, balance and clear complexion.

ARNICA

CUCUMBER

ALOE

CHAMOMILE

What is it?

This advanced formula provides :​

  • Anti-inflammatory and Pro-healing Bioactive Molecules. (Tocopherol (Vit E), Arnica Montana Flower, Red Tea Chamomilla Flower, Sage Leaf and Cucumber Extract and Rose Hip oil) ​
  • Potent Moisturizer (Squalane, Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Juice and Chondrus Crispus Extract)

How does it work?

We recommend to apply a generous layer to face and neck for minimum 20 minutes, can be also used overnight for best results two to 3 times a week. For optimal results combine with ONOGEN’s Looking Good Collagen Peptides (powder supplement to be added to beverage once a day) on a regular basis.* ​

What are the benefits?

Most of our patients report skin, hair and anil improvement when taken the supplement in regular basis. *​
  • Delivers nourishment
  • Activates natural stem cell’s healing powers
  • Hydrates and strengthens the skin
  • Rejuvenates and refreshes fatigued skin
  • Supports collagen
  • Reduces skin inflammation like acne and eczema
  • Intense-moisturizing

References

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  4. Reuter J, Jocher A, Hornstein S, Mönting JS, Schempp CM. Sage extract rich in phenolic diterpenes inhibits ultraviolet-induced erythema in vivo. Planta Med. 2007 Sep;73(11):1190-1. ​
  5. Binic I, Lazarevic V, Ljubenovic M, Mojsa J, Sokolovic D. Skin ageing: natural weapons and strategies. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2013;2013:827248. ​
  6. Lin TK, Zhong L, Santiago JL. Anti-Inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils. Int J Mol Sci. 2017;19(1):70. Published 2017 Dec 27. ​
  7. Thiyagarasaiyar K, Goh BH, Jeon YJ, Yow YY. Algae Metabolites in Cosmeceutical: An Overview of Current Applications and Challenges. Mar Drugs. 2020;18(6):323. Published 2020 Jun 19.​
  8. Chinchilla, N., Carrera, C., Durán, A.G. et al. Aloe barbadensis: how a miraculous plant becomes reality. Phytochem Rev 12, 581–602 (2013). ​
  9. Bukhari SNA, Roswandi NL, Waqas M, Habib H, Hussain F, Khan S, Sohail M, Ramli NA, Thu HE, Hussain Z. Hyaluronic acid, a promising skin rejuvenating biomedicine: A review of recent updates and pre-clinical and clinical investigations on cosmetic and nutricosmetic effects. Int J Biol Macromol. 2018 Dec;120(Pt B):1682-1695.​
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