Our formula’s targeted ingredients work together to rejuvenate and help restore the skin’s natural barrier.
For best results, use twice daily on arms and legs. For lasting benefits, continue use even after desired results are achieved.
WHERE TO BUY
Your local dermatologist’s office or at CVS (http://bit.ly/DerMendCVS)
Retinol helps renew and rejuvenate the look of skin. It has been shown to help smooth fine lines and deep wrinkles, reduce the look of mottled pigmentation, and improve skin texture.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA)
Alpha hydroxy acids, synthetic versions of acids derived from sugar-containing fruits, are exfoliants that remove the upper layer of skin and facilitate the growth of smooth, evenly pigmented new skin.
Arnica montana flower extract comes from the sunflower family and helps enhance the appearance of damaged skin by restoring suppleness.
Ceramides are lipids that essentially hold the surface cells of the skin’s protective barrier together, helping to retain moisture and repair and replenish the skin. When ceramides are lacking, skin is more fragile and vulnerable to bruising.
Niacinamide (or niacin) is a form of Vitamin B3 with antioxidant properties that help improve skin appearance.
Phytonadione is a form of Vitamin K. Vitamin K can help improve the appearance of skin discoloration.
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