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FERULIC ACID

WHY ADD FERULIC ACID TO YOUR SKIN CARE ROUTINE?

Ferulic acid neutralizes free radicals and complements the antioxidant benefits of vitamins C
and E for visible ageing benefits. This powerful antioxidant can be found in the cell walls of
plants such as wheat, rice, peanuts, oranges and apples.

Ferulic Acid
(6 products)
(6 products)

C E Ferulic Vitamin C Serum

A vitamin C serum for fine lines and wrinkles.

Old price New price A$233.00

Phloretin CF Vitamin C Serum

Phloretin CF Vitamin C serum targets first signs of ageing with powerful antioxidants, with effective ingredients for a brighter, younger-looking complexion.

Old price New price A$233.00

Silymarin CF Vitamin C Serum for Oily Skin

Silymarin CF vitamin C serum for oily and acne-prone skin works to manage oil oxidation as a preventative vitamin c solution for blemish-prone skin. Formulated with the potent form of vitamin c, this 15% l-ascorbic acid serum with silymarin targets skin to improve clarity and radiance, while also offering protection against oxidative damage to prevent visible signs of ageing.

Old price New price A$233.00

Antioxidant AOX Vitamin C Eye Gel

An eye serum in a lightweight gel that provides advanced environmental protection around the eyes while reducing the look of puffiness, visible signs of fatigue, and under eye circles

Old price New price A$148.00

Serum 10 AOX Vitamin C Serum for Sensitive Skin

A daytime introductory antioxidant serum that offers environmental protection for all skin types, including sensitive while improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Old price New price A$140.00

Phloretin CF Vitamin C Gel Serum

Phloretin CF Gel is a lightweight vitamin C serum gel formulated with unique antioxidant technology for effective protection against environmental factors while working to diminish skin discolouration and signs of ageing, for a smoothed, even complexion.

Old price New price A$233.00

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