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What's in Anti-Wrinkle Treatment?

Anti-Wrinkle Treatment is made with a combination of ingredients.

Anti-Wrinkle Calming Complex: peptide complex that calms nerves and relaxes muscles.

SenePlex Complex: complex that increases cellular renewal.

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter): a plant lipid but prevents moisture evaporation from the skin and provides lubrication to the skin’s surface.

Simmondsia Chinensis: acts as a moisturiser and emollient agent to improve the skin elasticity and suppleness; contains natural Ttcopherol to minimise oxidation and lipid pre-oxidation.

Camellia Sinensis Leaf: protects collagen from being broken down.

Sesame Seed Oil: an anti-viral and anti-inflammatory agent produced from the tiny seeds of the sesame plant; high quality because of its content of sterolins and their valuable moisturisation, skin conditioning and lubrication agent properties.

Retinyl Palmitate: speeds up exfoliation to reveal younger, plumper skin cells, therefore helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and skin irregularities.

Squalene: deactivates free radicals so make an excellent nutritional support product for the skin. It also helps to soften and diminish tiny lines, soothe dry, irritated skin and creates a barrier to protect the skin against the harsh environment.

Sodium PCA: a naturally occurring component of human skin and derivative of amino acids that is believed to be partially responsible for its moisture-binding capacity. It is extremely water absorbing and at high humidity, dissolves in its own water hydration.

Glyclomethicone: imparts a non-greasy soft silky feel to the skin and leaves no oily residue or build-up.


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