Kranberry Kiss – CoQ10 Radiance Repair Moisturizer offers a cutting-edge formulation of pure botanicals and nourishing ingredients for all day hydration. Designed to replenish skin elasticity and increase skin regeneration.
- Support production of collagen
- Perfect moisturizer for sagging skin
- Reduces sun damage and dark pigment
- Cell regeneration
- Improve skin hydration
- Skin elasticity
- CoEnzyme Q10
- Cranberry Seed
- Raspberry Extract
- Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5
- Bioactive antioxidants
- Vitamin E
- All Skin types
Pairs well with: C Pura Vitamin C Serum
pH: 5.5 – 6.0
DMAE is an organic compound naturally occurring in the body. This innovative skincare ingredient is one of the only anti-aging ingredients shown to dramatically reduce skin sagging and provide firming effects.
In the body, DMAE works to increase acetylcholine — a neurotransmitter responsible for regulating REM sleep and muscle contractions. (Grove)
CoEnzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that is produced naturally in the body. Unfortunately, the production of CoEnzyme Q10 rapidly decreases with age and/or sun damage. CoQ10 improves skin’s elasticity, increases the rate of cell turnover and blocks the production of dark spots.
Superfood for the skin! Its ability to restore damaged skin makes this an increasing demanding skincare ingredient. Offering supreme skin-softening moisture, cranberry seed is a powerful antioxidant rich in Vitamin E to protect skin from environmental stressors. The only oil that has a unique omega 3-6-9 ratio, it can absorb deep into the skin for ultimate hydration. It has excellent oxidative stability and is very high in essential protecting and repairing agents.
How to Use
Warm a pearl-sized amount of radiance repair moisturizer to clean skin. Let absorb for a few moments before applying sun protection or makeup. Suitable moisturizer for day or evening for restorative benefits.
Since starting to use this brand I can tell a difference. THis is good for skin in your 50s . I think
it helps with firming jaw cheeks and neck area are places I find have been bad in my 50s.