Vita CE w/ Ferulic Acid
A highly potent blend of L-Ascorbic Acid 15%, Tocopherol 1%, Ferulic Acid 0.5% and a breakthrough Octapeptide, intensiﬁed with a Trans-Epidermal Carrier, dramatically delivers unparalleled results to reverse signs of aging by; increasing collagen production, providing superior antioxidant protection, correcting hyperpigmentation and reducing the appearance of ﬁne lines and wrinkles. The clinically proven formula features Ferulic Acid to enhance photo-protection of the skin against UV damage by 8 times and reduce sunburned cells by 96%. Stabilized from multiple pathways, the formula gives unequaled anti-aging beneﬁts with high concentrations of key antioxidants to rejuvenate the skin, ﬁght free radicals, and provide maximum protection against environmental and UV-induced skin damage.
- Boosts collagen production
- Reduces wrinkle depth by 63% in 28 days
- Protects against photo-aging
- A highly potent blend of 15% L-Ascorbic Acid, 1% Tocopherol, 0.5% Ferulic Acid and Octapeptide is intensiﬁed with a Trans-Epidermal Carrier
- 8-Fold increase in collagen synthesis
- 8-Times increase in antioxidant protection
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply 4 to 5 drops onto ﬁngers and smooth over face and neck, avoiding eye area. Allow absorbing before applying additional product. Can be used twice a day or as directed by the physician
Water, Ascorbic Acid, Ethoxydiglycol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tocopherol, Glycerin, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Ferulic Acid, Panthenol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Phenoxyethanol, Triethanolamine, Sodium Metabisu la
Before and After Pictures
52 year old before and two months after using Vita CE. Notice the natural correction of the sun damage and pigmentation.
38 year old before and three months after using Vita CE. Notice the natural correction of the hyperpigmentation.
Vita CE/Ferulic Acid Clinical Study
The Effect of Vita-CE with ferulic acid on the Inhibition of Wrinkle Development: Dramatically reduces wrinkle depth by 63% in 28 days. Inhibits the action of protein complexes responsible for the release of the neurotransmitters that strain facial muscles.Read More