Five Ingredients To Look For In Your Skin Care Products
Looking to winterize your skin? Consider these five ingredients to look for in your skin care products…
1. DNA Repair Enzymes
Active DNA Repair Enzymes support the proliferation of fresh, young skin cells and encourage the recognition and elimination of DNA damage as it delivers protective antioxidants to moisturize skin during the recovery process. These self-correcting enzymes help delay the aging process and enhance the recovery of damaged skin.
2. Epidermal Growth Factors
Use of Epidermal Growth Factors (EGF) as an active ingredient results in dramatic and rapid improvement of advanced signs of photo damage such as age spots, discoloration and pronounced wrinkling as it encourages skin to continue its natural regeneration processes.
3. Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
Sunflower Seed Oil contains a surplus of Vitamins A, D and E to help smooth and condition skin. This emollient-like ingredient retains moisture as it works to prevent wrinkles and minimize dark circles under the eye.
4. Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil
Coconut Oil is used as an effective moisturizer that soothes the skin. It also contains antimicrobial, antioxidant and antibacterial properties that work to delay signs of aging.
5. Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Oil
Grapefruit Oil is most commonly used to cleanse and tone the skin. When used as an active ingredient, it tightens skin and reduces the appearance of large pores which is especially good for oily, problematic skin.
The DNAEGF Renewalskincare line, based on 25 years of clinical research by Dr. Ronald Moy, is the first to combine two scientific breakthroughs, DNA Repair Enzymes and Epidermal Growth Factors, with other natural, beneficial ingredients such as Sunflower Seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Grapefruit Oil to transform aging and photo damaged skin. This revolutionary skincare line is comprised of six products that work to renew, repair, hydrate, prime and protect.