TELOMERE DNA REPAIR CREAM
Powerful corrective night cream specifically formulated to renew and rejuvenate the skin and counteract the effects of oxidative stress that lead to telomere-DNA damage that cause skin aging…
What is it?
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
How does it work?
This potent, breakthrough cream features teprenone, a youth-promoting ingredient that targets vital elements within the skin to encourage health and vibrancy. Teprenone works to maintain the health of telomeres, in turn supporting improved skin function, skin repair and cellular longevity. It helps to minimize all types of imperfections, including blemishes, fine lines, wrinkles, irregular texture and uneven tone.
Teprenone, aka, geranylgeranylacetone is what's known as a heat shock protein inducer. When the body's cells endure stress, particular proteins are released to help protect these cells. In the body, geranylgeranylacetone stimulates the creation of these proteins, thus giving cells resilience and protection from inflammation, free radicals, and other damage to DNA, and may be the mechanism whereby this chemical has its anti-tumor effects.
Squalane and hyaluronic acid provide lasting hydration and help the skin to maintain healthy moisture levels.
What are the benefits?
- Firms aging skin
- Visibly tightens skin
- Improves poor texture
- Reduces appearance of blemishes
- Minimizes appearance of discoloration
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