- Powered by BIOCUTIS® Serum
- For acne scars if used daily
- For clever cleansing once or twice a week
- Draws out polluants
- Creates a Non-Trauma exfoliation
- Polishes away imperfections, excess pigmentation, damaged tissues & scars with microcrystals
- Dissolves scar tissues with enzymes (acne scars & raised stretch marks)
- The most powerful antioxidants
- Moisturizes deep within the skin
- Removes skin blemishes
- Replenishes the lipid barrier of the skin
- No side effects
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Active Ingredients in BIOSKINEXFOL
- Emulsifier derived from Olive Oil
- Olivate from Olive Oil (moisturizer)
- Squalane from Olive Oil (natural moisturizer and antioxidant)
- Hyaluronic Acid (in solution – moisturizer)
- Biocutis® Serum: Helix Aspersa Müller Glycoconjugates
- Corundum (Aluminium oxide) is the second hardest natural mineral known to science (next to diamonds). It is an inert substance and it is insoluble in water and organic substances, and its melting point is 2000 degrees centigrade. MSDS indicate that it is non-carcinogenic and non-toxic for ingestion. These properties make corundum better for exfoliation compared to alternatives like sugar, salt, sea salt (magnesium oxide), or baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).
- Glycerin (humectant)
At Home Microdermabrasion Cream.
50 gr = 1.76 oz – $69.95
Directions: rub onto your skin twice a day once a week or up to 3 days in a week for Deep cleansing of rough, dry, abused skin. Do the same more frequently, even every day, for acne scars and old stretch marks.
Scientists have confirmed that it is antioxidant and has growth factor like activity that stimulate fibroblasts (the stem cells of the skin) to produce collagen, elastin and the water holding molecules (hyaluronic acid) necessary for true moisturizing, and skin repair; and make it a worthwhile candidate for regenerative medicine.
The results were documented in a scientific report published in the US in a peer-reviewed Dermatology Journal in January 2008.
Read here: Skin Regeneration Properties of Mollusk Secretion – 2008 – It leads to the website with publications of researchers enrolled by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
The research has confirmed previous reports in Spanish Dermatology Journals which stated that the snail serum has skin regeneration properties that set it apart from all other natural ingredients used by the skin care industry.
A second scientific report (2012) and a clinical trial on the effects on photoaging have also been published at the website of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York,
The International Atomic Agency has added clinical evidence to the scientific research. They published a double blind clinical trial on May 21, 2014 confirming “the specially good results obtained by using Cryptomphalus Aspersa snail secretions for the treatment of breast and neck radiodermatitis caused by radiotherapy for cancer”. The study was based on 100 patients. 50 of the patients with acute radiodermatitis received treatment with the secretions for 3 months.
The study concludes: “A statistically significant clinical improvement in erythema [redness and irritation], itching and burning pain was noted both at first week and one month after starting therapy. […] These results open a new way in the future treatment of acute radiodermatitis. Crptomphalus Aspersa is an alternative therapy for many patients diagnosed of malignant tumors which require radiotherapy with specially good results in breast and neck radiodermatitis.”
The clinical trials confirm the vast implications for beauty and corrective skin care of the discovery of these remarkably common beautifying and healing secretions.
Clinical studies in Korea in 2013 have also shown the positive effects of these snail secretions for atopic dermatitis (eczema). Studies in Greece in 2009 proved the benefits of using the secretions for the management of partial thickness burns (second degree burns). And research in Spain in 2012 tested them positively for diming wrinkles.
Please note: Biocutis® products are not endorsed by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York but their published research validates the regenerative properties of the immune serum conclusively.
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