We find it hard to choose what moisturisers we would take on a desert island, but Guinot Creme Age Summum Face Cream is in the top three.
This is the ultimate anti-ageing skin immunity cream.
If you’re hellbent on looking younger than your years, there’s no need to resort to surgery. Everything you need is in this pot of magic.
Wrinkles and lines are smoother, and the face appears youthful once again. Skin recovers firmness and radiance and dark spots are reduced.
This product contains active components which are hugely powerful in reducing the signs of ageing in skin.
- Restores the skin’s immunity against the effects of ageing:
- Immune Complex: protects Langerhans cells, the protectors of the skin’s immune system and youthful appearance.
- Restores the cellular activity of more youthful skin:
- ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate): stores and delivers essential energy to the vital functions of the cells.
- Actinergie: increases the oxygen consumption of the cells to boost their metabolism.
- Cellular Life Complex: promotes cell growth, renewal and longevity.
- Stabilised Vitamin C: enhances radiance by smoothing the skin’s surface and reducing skin pigmentation problems.
According to WebMD, there are three antioxidants that have been proven to decrease the effect of the sun on the skin and actually prevent further damage: selenium, vitamin E, and vitamin C.
Vitamin C is the most common antioxidant found in the skin. It’s also found in vegetables and citrus fruits. Like vitamin E, vitamin C is considered important in repairing free radicals and preventing them from becoming cancerous or accelerating the aging process. Since vitamin C is most prevalent in the skin, the skin is the organ that suffers most from environmental stressors. Smoking, sun exposure, and pollution rob the nutrient from our bodies.
Even minimal UV exposure can decrease the vitamin C levels in the skin by 30 percent, while exposure from the ozone of city pollution can decrease the level by 55 percent.
Creating a skin cream that carries a useful dose of vitamin C is difficult because it reacts immediately when exposed to oxygen. Several clinical trials examining more stable, effective formulations are currently under way.