Target all ageing concerns in a single regimen
What are Antioxidants?
Antioxidants are essential to the body’s defence system. As their name suggests, antioxidants work to neutralise free radicals in the body and skin, helping to prevent and improve the appearance of UV-induced photodamage. Free radicals can be created by the sun’s UV rays, cigarette smoke, air pollution or other environmental factors. By neutralising free radicals, antioxidants help prevent the appearance of premature ageing of the skin – lines, wrinkles, sagging skin and age spots. Some of the most potent antioxidants – which include enzymes, polyphenols and other substances in skincare include vitamins A, C, and E.
The benefits of antioxidants include:
- Fight free radicals
- Improve skin elasticity
- Reduce the appearance of fine-lines-wrinkles
- Prevent and improve appearance of UV-induced photodamage
While each antioxidant has its own skin benefits, the power of these ingredients can be enhanced when blended together to form comprehensive anti-ageing formulas.
Antioxidants are ideal for Adults (not children) and all skin types.
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