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Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2

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Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2

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Anti ageing cream to refill cellular lipids and nourish dry skin

SKIN TYPESNormal, Oily, Combination, Dry, Sensitive,

SKIN CONDITIONSAging, Dehydrated,

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Product details

Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 is an anti ageing cream formulated with a maximised concentration of lipids: 2% pure ceramides, 4% natural cholesterol, and 2% fatty acids. This unique anti ageing lipid correction cream contains the first 2:4:2 cholesterol-dominant ratio to help restore skin's external barrier and support natural self-repair, while potently nourishing ageing skin for improvement in visible signs of accelerated ageing. Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 has been clinically proven to improve the visible appearance of skin smoothness, laxity, pores, and overall radiance.

  • Restores essential skin lipids: ceramides, natural cholesterol, and fatty acids
  • Improves the look of skin fullness, texture, and pore appearance
  • Improves the appearance of skin evenness and overall radiance
  • Provides improved hydration in 24 hours, ideal for dry skin
  • Unique stabilisation system in a lightweight and fast-absorbing texture

How to use

Apply a small amount between fingertips, warm and melt the cream in circular motions. Apply twice daily to face, neck, and chest.
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Visible results

In a 8-week study, Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 significantly improved the appearance of key visible signs of accelerated ageing:
66% improvement in smoothness
35% improvement in laxity
20% improvement in evenness
26% improvement in radiance
44% improvement in pore appearance

See ProtocolProtocol: A dermatologist-controlled 8-week clinical study on 55 subjects with twice daily application of Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2. Subjects also used SkinCeuticals Gentle Cleanser and Ultimate UV Defense SPF 30. Inclusion Criteria: Females ages 55-75 with moderate fine lines/wrinkles, uneven skin tone, skin dullness, skin roughness, lack of skin tone clarity, and lack of skin firmness.

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Science & Proof

Ageing skin is increasingly susceptible to lipid depletion: the loss of natural compounds in skin’s surface, present in the form of ceramides, natural cholesterol, and fatty acids. This lipid loss compromises skin’s natural protective barrier, resulting in visible signs of accelerated ageing, as skin loses its ability to effectively self-repair.

Lipids are natural compounds found in skin. While there are many kinds of lipids, ceramides, natural cholesterol, and fatty acids are the predominant forms. With age, lipid production declines, impacting barrier function and natural self-repair. As a consequence, accelerated visible signs of ageing appear such as skin roughness, uncomfortable tightness, dullness, and loss of facial fullness.

Innovation 1

The first anti ageing cream with a 2:4:2 cholesterol-dominant ratio formulation of maximised concentration of pure lipids.

Innovation 2

Anti ageing treatment refills cellular lipids to help support skin's natural self-repair and nourishment.

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