Osmosis Skincare Rescue Epidermal Repair Serum

Osmosis Skincare Rescue Epidermal Repair Serum

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Price: $120.00

Product Overview

Rescue Topical has replaced Restore Topical.

1 oz./30 ml. A correcting serum to help build your skin's immune system. Helps in repairing and rebuilding your skin to correct conditions such as hyperpigmentation, melasma and aging skin. This serum provides the remedy of strengthening the skin, reducing inflammation and healing tissue. Provides the same tissue regeneration as the old Restore Topical. Only the packaging and the name has changed on this product.

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1 oz./30 ml Skin tissue repair serum for hyperpigmentation, melasma and anti-aging.

Product's Review

  1. stinking but it works Review by Yogimosis

    Don't like the way this product smells but it's worth using cause it works. My face is bright and lines my large pores diminished. Would be nice if they added a little essential oil like bergamot to help make it smell better;-). (Posted on 5/12/18)

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Water (Aqua), Trioxolane (specialized extract of sweet wormwood), Cyclodextrin, Carbomer, Glycerin and Sodium Hydroxide.
On cleansed skin, use one pump and spot treat hyperpigmentation. For entire face, use two pumps twice a day. This serum can be used twice a day, morning and evening and can be combined with other Osmosis treatment serums.

Melasma treatment: osmosis restore

Melasma is a pigmentation disorder that is most common in women. It is also known as “the pregnancy mask”. Sun exposure and the over production of hormones are the most prevalent causes of this dreaded skin condition. It creates a brown or grayish color and blotches on the skin, mostly on the face. The blotches can vary in size, but they primarily affect the nose, cheeks and forehead areas. Melasma is also a condition where the skin cells that produce color tend to overproduce color causing cells, called melanocytes. So what can be done to help this unwanted skin condition?... And...

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