Nutritive Molecule Serum

£210.00

Description

African Botanics Nutritive Molecule Serum is an extremely rejuvenating serum that incorporates a superior complex of antioxidants and advanced biotechnology to supplement and protect skin against the main types of free radicals: oxygen, carbon and nitrogen while improving skin’s texture, brightening and providing a strong protective barrier against pollution and cellular damage.

Infuses skin with 3 types of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Ferulic Acid, Tannic Acid, Niacinamide, Superoxide Dismutase, Resveratrol, Green Coffee and Yeast to accelerate antioxidant activity. These potent antioxidants help prevent wrinkles, sun damage and fade dark spots.

This cutting-edge antioxidant super serum replenishes and retains an abundance of moisture with Plant hyaluronic acid on multiple levels while delivering advanced antioxidants with anti-inflammatory molecules to protect the skin from damage due to age, urban pollution, UV exposure, stress and dryness.

Sea Kelp and Green Algae – a natural source of polysaccharides and antioxidants, boost cell renewal and collagen. This lightweight African Botanics Nutritive Molecule Serum is enriched with botanical peptides and moisture barrier enhancers.

Key Benefits:

  • Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (THD Ascorbate) – most stable and non-acidic form of Vitamin C. This oil-soluble form of Vitamin C can penetrate the lipid bilayer of the skin. The problem with most topical forms of vitamin C is they’re water soluble and can’t make it through the lipid-rich skin barrier to reach the dermis of skin where they could have maximum benefits.
  • The antioxidant action of THD Ascorbate is 80 times longer than Ascorbic Acid.
  • Decreases redness, inflammation and calms the skin with intense doses of anti-inflammatory botanicals – Resurrection Plant, Immortelle, Centella, Arnica, Aloe Ferox, Calendula, Hibiscus and Azelaic acid.

African Botanics Nutritive Molecule Serum is suitable for all skin types including allergy-prone and sensitive skin.

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