What is it?
A cellular renewal serum that has challenged all existing serums by improving the source of the added vitamins and balancing the ph levels with added allantoin, making it effective but not harsh.
How does it work?
Allantoin, also known as aluminum dihydroxy allantoinate, is an extract from the comfrey plant, which is native to temperate climates of Asia.
It has potent healing and soothing properties, and for centuries comfrey leaves were used to help heal minor skin injuries and swelling. Additionally, it can be found in a variety of plants such as beets, chamomile, wheat sprouts, and even tobacco seeds.
Adding with Vit C and E makes L-Ascorbic Keratolytic, which means it exfoliates dead skin it helps desquamation, the shedding of the outermost membrane or layer of tissue from the inside out. Improves skin dullness: Allantoin promotes cell proliferation and supports overall "remodeling,"
Better explained, "If the skin is stressed by the usual and customary list of offenders, then the skin is going to try to repair itself as opposed to having more cells turn over. "What we want to do with the epidermis is to have it constantly exfoliating itself and having more cells be produced because that’s how you get a faster transit time of the epidermal cells.
As people get older, then that transit time from the base layer of the epidermis to the top layer takes longer, and also the skin is stressed, and those are some of the causes of dull, dry skin, too. This is going to help with that cell proliferation.
Meaning L-ascorbics main aim is proven, studies show it Rejuvenates the cells: Although it's gentle, it can still be an effective anti-aging ingredient. "Allantoin is highly beneficial in facilitating collagen synthesis."
As it stimulates the fibroblasts (cells responsible for producing collagen), it also boosts extracellular matrix synthesis, which is why it is a strong rejuvenator.
Taking full advantage of allantoin's wound-healing benefits, this scar gel works to soften the texture and discoloration of skin injuries. With the added ingredient panthenol (provitamin B5), it promises to effectively smooth and rebuild.
Scientific evidence tells us that topical vitamin C promotes collagen production, lightens hyperpigmentation, and protects skin from free radicals.
These qualities work together to leave skin plumper, brighter, and with a nice dewy glow. Free radicals are highly destructive molecules that can wreak havoc on your skin. Free radicals are unstable compounds in search of a missing electron.
When they 'steal' electrons from other molecules, it leaves those molecules unstable and in search of a missing electron. Because this produces a domino effect, this further weakens the skin barrier, leaving it vulnerable to premature aging (i.e. fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin texture). Antioxidants, like vitamin C, pair with free radical scavengers in search of a missing electron, so it neutralizes the damage a free radical can do if it were to pair instead with an electron from a skin protein"