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New BR Sérum A-Glyca combats aging skin

Serum A-Glyca
A new anti-aging solution has landed in the spa! Biologique Recherche has created Sérum A-Glyca to act against the phenomenon of glycation in the skin.

Here’s how it works.

Our body needs glucose—found in sugars—to function properly and to produce energy. But if there’s surplus sugar in the body, protein molecules can cross-link with sugar molecules. This is called glycation. These new sugar proteins affect the extracellular matrix proteins in the dermis, specifically collagen and elastin, and can accelerate the aging process. That’s where Sérum A-Glyca comes in. It keeps collagen and elastin fibers intact, thereby fighting the signs of aging and creating a youthful, radiant complexion.

But that’s not all! This wonder serum has an antioxidant action that protects the skin from external factors such as heat, UV rays and pollution, all of which can exacerbate glycation. With active ingredients of mimosa and carcinine, this quintessential serum:

  • Acts against the phenomenon of glycation
  • Protects proteins within the skin's structure
  • Reduces deep lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces signs of fatigue
  • Enhances skin's firmness
  • Brings radiance to the complexion

To use: On clean skin, apply a few drops of Sérum A-Glyca morning and night over the face, neck and décolleté, using gentle upward motion until the serum is absorbed.

Stop in the spa today to try out this effective, leading-edge product from BR!

 

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Evelyn Wangari

Nobody wants to age before their time.
Great tips!

maryjane

great information.

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