Power up your complexion with a charge-laden beauty blast.
Genetic technology has dominated the skincare market for the past few years, but now companies are trurning their attentions to electricity in a bid to give us younger-looking skin.
Whether it's boosting the skin's bio-electricity to increase collagen production or harnessing its electrical charge to help products 'stick' to cells and make them more efficient, tests so far reveal visible improvements in skin tone, elasticity and radiance. DNA? It's so yesterday...
The Radiant Serum from Creme de la Mer, contains positively and negatively charged particles. These help deliver the product to the parts of the skin where it's needed most, resulting in brighter, firmer skin.
The Roc Sublime Energy range consists of eye, day and night treatments, with a two-step application process for each product.
First you apply the E-pulse concentrate containing energised particles of zinc and copper to generate thousands of imperceptible electrical pulses. This is followed by an application of mosituriser to trigger the bioelectricity and hydrate your skin.
The science is designed to effectively 'jumpstart' the skin's rejuvenation process.
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