X3M EGF PURE LIQUID MOISTURIZER 100ML
Cliniccare liquid moisturizers rely on natural extracts and organically-sourced active ingredients to give your skin the safest and most reliable route to achieving a visibly youthful, healthy and trouble-free complexion. These refreshing and light skin care products are an important part of a good skin care regime due to their ability to thoroughly cleanse your skin and prepare it for the next steps.
Cliniccare liquid moisturizers achieve this by:
- Clearing your skin, especially the pores, from impurities that your cleanser may have missed. This eliminates the accumulated dirt within the pores, which visibly reduces their size and enhances the penetration of active ingredients of the subsequent skin care product.
- Soothing irritated skin and helping to restore moisture balance. It is a benefit that protects the skin from irritations created by dryness, dehydration and excessive greasiness, such as, pimples, acne breakouts, early appearance of wrinkles, loss of elasticity, dull and aged looking skin texture.
All CLINICCARE home care liquid moisturizers contain a high concentration of low molecule hyaluronic acid (2.0%-3.0%).
Soothe and hydrate sensitive acne-prone complexions with the X3M EGF Pure Liquid Moisturiser.
Formulated with low molecular weight Hyaluronic Acid and Centella Asiatic, this lightweight lotion provides problematic skin with the right amount of nutrients and moisture to calm inflammatory conditions such as acne. It also helps to balance excessive sebum production while anti-bacterial agents prevent the onset of breakouts, to leave the skin healthy and clear.
Suitable for most skin types, especially oily, sensitive and acne-prone skin types, apply to the face after cleansing twice a day for best results.
- Lightweight moisturiser
- Contains 3% Hyaluronic Acid
- Minimises inflammation
- Has anti-bacterial benefits
Main active ingredients
- 3% Hyaluronic Acid (LMWHA), a powerful humectant that helps retain moisture levels in the tissue and improve skin pliability and plumping to relieve fine lines and maintain healthy hydration levels.
- sh-Oligopeptide-1 (EGF), If used continuously, EGF supports regular skin cell renewal, moisturizes skin, fights signs of ageing and improves skin color.
- Beta Glucan, works indirectly by activating the production of an important part of the immune system called the Langerhan cells. The Langerhan cells are important both for over-all health and youthful looking skin, since they protect the body from major infections and provide a way to repair the day-to-day wear that comes from age.
- Portulaca Oleracea Extract, is a natural source of vitamins A, C and E, and the co-enzyme Q10, it is an excellent antioxidant, fighting premature aging and protecting the skin from environmental damage.
- Centella Asiatica is effective in improving treatment of small wounds, hypertrophic wounds as well as burns, psoriasis and scleroderma. The mechanism of action involves promoting fibroblast proliferation and increasing the synthesis of collagen and intracellular fibronectin content and also improvement of the tensile strength of newly formed skin as well as inhibiting the inflammatory phase of hypertrophic scars and keloids.
- Citrus Grandis Fruit extract, is rich in vitamin C and is a powerful antioxidant that protects skin cells from free radical damage.
- Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf extract, effective against P. acnes, a bacterium causing acne.
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