Our powerful illuminating lifting serum uses botanicals & marine extracts formulated with advanced peptides to help firm, tighten and enhances skins texture dramatically reducing the visibility of wrinkles. Gotu Kola & Echinacea’s high concentrated extracts have been known to calm inflammation, stimulate cell regeneration and collagen production.A clinical test with Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4, a main ingredient, resulted in a 44% reduction of deep wrinkles, a 37% reduction in main wrinkle density and a 16% increase in lifting effects.
Clinical tests with Bellis Perennis, Daisy Flower Extract, resulted in a reduction of melanin formation and anti-oxidative activity, providing significant lightening effects. Results of a comparative study conducted with Daisy Flower Extract and Arbutin used at equivalent polyphenol concentrations, showed that Daisy Flower Extract was twice as active as Arbutin.
Directions: Apply twice daily to cleansedskin before Bella Visage day & night moisturizer.
Acetyl Hexapeptide -3 (Argireline)-Topical Botox which relaxes the muscles that cause deep wrinkles around the forehead.
Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4 (Matrixyl®)- Addresses fine lines and deep wrinkles. Peptides help to protect the skin’s collagen from the effects of UVA and contributes to thickening of the epidermis by promoting collagen renewal.
Red Marine Algae (Ahnfelita Conccina Extract) – Increases skin hydration significantly with the enzymes and minerals naturally found in this algae extract, which is indigenous to the Hawaiian Islands.
Sodium Hyaluronate – Holds up to a thousand times its weight in moisture retention properties.
Gotu Kola & Echinacea – Two ancient botanical ingredients high concentrated extracts have been known to calm inflammation, stimulate cell regeneration and collagen production.
Lightening ingredients to even out skin tone:
Bearberry Extract (Uva Ursi Extract)
Licorice Extract and Daisy Extract Antioxidants
Vitamins C & E
Green Tea Extract to fight free radicals that damage the skin and cause aging.
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