The Advanced Rejuvenating Cleanser is suitable for all skin types, particularly sun-affected and mature complexions. It offers deep exfoliation and stimulates cell turnover, which in turn helps to reduce the appearance of key ageing markers.
It combines the anti-ageing staple Retinol (Vitamin A) with exfoliating Glycolic Acid and regenerative Plant Stem Cells. Together, these ingredients generate collagen and strengthen elastin bonds. For pigmentation reduction, the addition of Kojic Acid helps to improve skin clarity.
Twice daily, apply a small quantity to the skin using clean fingertips. In a circular motion, massage the Cleanser onto damp skin, avoiding the sensitive eye area. Rinse off with warm water. For best results, follow with the application of your preferred Advanced System serum.
GOOD TO KNOW: Use within 12 months once opened, or keep it unopened for up to two years.
RETINOL, PLANT STEM CELLS, GLYCOLIC ACID, KOJIC ACID.
A derivative of vitamin A. Exfoliates the skin and boosts collagen production, reducing wrinkles and fine lines. Speeds up skin cell turnover, evens out discolouration and brightens the skin tone. Unclogs pores and reduces post-breakout scars.
Plant Stem Cells
A plant-derived factor, they possess strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that protect the skin against UV damage and ageing. They reduce wrinkles by supporting the production of collagen, making the skin appear younger.
An alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane. Exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells from its surface in order to allow new healthy cells to replace them. Reduces pigmentation, pores, scarring, and improves key markers of ageing.
Derived from a specific kind of Aspergillus (mould). A tyrosinase inhibitor that reduces melanin production, lightening pigmented patches, and diminishing the appearance of sun damage, scars, and age spots. Has anti-ageing and skin lightening properties. Acts as an antimicrobial and protects the skin against breakouts and infections.
Note: Full list of ingredients is subject to change.