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Collagen Stimulating Serum
BEST SUITED FOR | All Skin Types
This penetrating collagen stimulating serum can be used as a lightweight moisturizer for oily skin types or under a more protective crème for additional hydration for dry skin types.
Angels and Sages Collagen Stimulating Serum is never oily or sticky and uses only the highest quality botanical oils and organic floral water as its base.
An addition of liposomes and free-radical scavenging superoxide dismutase make this an amazing skin rejuvenator..
The liposomes deliver cell-renewing ingredients deeply into the skin’s layers, while protective aloe and humectant glycerin work their magic on surface layers.
In addition, Beta glucan from oats helps soothe and protect the natural moisture barrier, while also stimulating collagen production and promoting cell turnover.
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How To Use Collagen Stimulating Serum
For best results, massage collagen stimulating serum into skin after cleansing and toning, paying special attention to areas vulnerable to sun exposure and dehydration. You can also apply throughout the day to refresh skin, if desired.
Full Ingredient List
Ingredients: aloe vera*, algae extract, apricot oil, glycerin, squalane, rose water*, shea butter*, diglycerin, pinebark extract, phospholipids, superoxide dismutase, oat bran extract, safflower oil, spilanthes acmella extract, astragalus root extract, ubiquinone, tocopherol, borage extract*, sunflower oil*, dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline, sodium hyaluronate, tamanu oil, panthenol, rosemary extract*, capryloyl glycine, undecylenoyl glycine, xanthan gum, honeysuckle extract, hydrogenated phosphatidyl choline, PCA, sodium phytate, citric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate *Organic
+ Superoxide Dismutase is a liposome, and (in serums and creams) helps to increase collagen production -- this helps make your skin firmer, smoother, more elastic and even in complexion.
+ Beta Glucan, a naturally occurring polysaccharide found in oats and yeast, has become a popular ingredient in skincare due to its remarkable ability to stimulate collagen production.
When applied topically, beta glucan can penetrate the skin's outermost layer and reach the underlying dermis. Here, it triggers the activation of fibroblasts, the cells responsible for producing collagen and other structural proteins.
Additionally, beta glucan can also help protect existing collagen from degradation by reducing the production of enzymes that break it down.
+ Spilanthes Acmella Extract When applied topically, Spilanthes acmella extract works by stimulating fibroblasts, the cells responsible for collagen production.
The extract contains a potent compound called spilanthol, which acts as a natural muscle relaxant. It reduces the tension in the skin's connective tissues, which helps to release stored collagen fibers.
As collagen is released, it undergoes a process called cross-linking, which results in stronger, more resilient collagen fibers.
.Moreover, Spilanthes acmella extract also has antioxidant properties, protecting the skin against environmental stressors such as UV rays, pollution, and free radicals. By neutralizing these harmful agents, the extract helps to preserve existing collagen and prevent further degradation.
Collagen and Your Skin
Have you ever heard of collagen in skin and skincare routines?
Collagen is one of the most crucial components that keep your skin healthy, firm and wrinkle-free. Think of collagen like scaffolding on a building: It's a protein found in our skin that provides structure, strength, and elasticity.
As we age, our body produces less collagen, which leads to visible signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles.
While we can't stop the process of aging -- we can slow down the signs of aging. There are many ways to preserve and boost collagen in your face. Here are some tips:
1. Avoid overexposure to sunlight, as it can damage the collagen fibers in your skin.
2. Eating a healthy diet that's rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants can help stimulate collagen production.
3. Use skincare products that contain collagen, like Angels and Sages Collagen Stimulating Serum. This will help to replenish collagen levels and reduce wrinkles.
4. Schedule routine facial laser treatments, microneedling, and other non-surgical treatments can help stimulate collagen production and improve the texture of your skin.
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