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Pharmagel Pharma-C Vitamin C Anti-Wrinkle Collagen Serum 2 oz (Bonus Size)

Pharmagel Pharma-C Vitamin C Anti-Wrinkle Collagen Serum 2 oz (Bonus Size)

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Pharmagel Pharma-C Vitamin C Anti-Wrinkle Collagen Serum 2 oz (Bonus Size)

Product Classification:
Pharma-C Serum®, a 10% Vitamin C facial concentrate treatment, drastically reduces the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin by actively promoting collagen and elastin formation, the building blocks of youthful skin. The Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate form of Vitamin C in this product is the only stable source of Vitamin C that has been proven to rapidly absorb into the skin and promote the formation of collagen.

Method of Use:
Use once a day AM or PM. Allow to penetrate for 60 seconds. Apply a Pharmagel moisturizer of your choice on top of Pharma-C Serum®.

Active Ingredients:
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C) -Used as an anti-oxidant to aid in firming and toning and to promote collagen production. Chamomile and Calendula Extracts - Primary use of soothing and calming the skin with their own individual nourishing benefits. Zinc Yeast Derivative: Allows for rapid penetration of Vitamin C. Hyaluronic Acid: Intense water binding properties.

Vitamin C based products have virtually no reported irritation. Ideal candidate: sensitive, dry skin desiring diminished crow’s feet and improved skin tone.

Hyaluronic acid along with collagen and algae extracts provide a significant cosmetic and aesthetic benefit to the skin.

Hyaluronic Acid is a Jell-O-like substance that gives the dermis thickness and keeps wrinkles at bay.

Collagen is responsible for providing suppleness and elasticity in the skin. As we age, the level of collagen in the skin is reduced. Collagen and elastin fibers stiffen and break apart, forming an unstructured mass. In turn, wrinkles are formed.

Topical Vitamin C counteracts oxygen free radicals by neutralizing them.

Some dermatologists are experimenting with Vitamin C for post-laser surgery, as well as speeding up the healing process.