Our hardworking super serum smooths the appearance of wrinkles, evens skin, promotes radiance, firms the look of skin and supports the skin’s own moisture barrier. Yes, we can see you raising your eyebrow. Really? Yes, really. So how does it do all that? Great question. Here’s how.
5 Powerhouse Ingredients, 5 Powerful Results
First of all, everyone stands to benefit from an anti-aging serum. Or at least anyone over the age of 22. Our Anti-Aging Sea Serum’s unique formulation incorporates ingredients that are effective for all skin types—and work synergistically.
This is the universal gold standard of brighteners. Our formula is loaded with 3-O-ethyl ascorbic acid, a very stable–and genius–form of vitamin C that helps improve radiance so skin looks brighter and glowier right out of the gate.
Laminaria saccharina Seaweed
Now for the nutrients. This wildly beneficial algae, rich in potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron, is like a multivitamin for the skin. And we love that it’s sustainably sourced from the coast of France. Oh là là!
Also known as vitamin B3, niacinamide is a powerhouse that tackles myriad skin issues. Not only does it smooth the look of wrinkles, but it also increases skin hydration by decreasing transepidermal water loss.
Peptides are known to help preserve and boost collagen. We packed Anti-Aging Sea Serum with two natural peptides derived from peas and sacha inchi, a plant indigenous to Peru. Together, these two superfoods go to work to firm the look and feel of skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Ceramides, which are naturally found in skin play a crucial role in the skin’s barrier function, but they begin to decrease in our 30s and 40s. Our serum is formulated with ceramides that are extracted from oat oil and are identical to those naturally found in the skin. These ceramides moisturize, renew and support the skin’s own moisture barrier.
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