Youth Serum is designed to give skin the best of both worlds: immediate and long-term visible results. Immediate results come from advanced technologies that support healthy skin structures and instantly diminish the appearance of fine lines for a visibly firmed complexion. Meanwhile, Youth Serum’s safe, bio-identical growth factors help to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles long-term. iS Clinical's patented Extremozyme technology, combined with a powerful blend of antioxidants, provides support against environmental aggressors. The result is a more youthful, vibrant, and resilient complexion.
How To Use
Apply a small amount (or 1-2 drops) to the palm of hand. Using fingertips, dab and smooth evenly around the eye area, face, and/or neck.
A proprietary combination of extremophilic enzymes, clinically proven to protect and repair fragile proteins and DNA components.
Intelligent Peptides & Proteins 2.0%
Primarily pseudoalteromonas ferment extract, a glycoprotein from the Antarctic Sea, and hydrolyzed wheat and soy proteins. Clinically proven to identify and adhere to damaged sites, providing targeted regeneration.
Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), and Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C) 1.5%
Powerful vitamin antioxidant blend, encapsulated in a liposome for ease of penetration.
Ahnfeltia Concinna Extract 1.0%
An intertidal seaweed algae extract from the Rhodophyta group containing proteoglycans, peptides, polypeptides and glycans. Triggers the epidermis to begin the collagen repair process.
Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acid, and Madecassic Acid
(Centella Asiatica) 0.3%
Efficacious antioxidants that stimulate collagen synthesis and improve microcirculation, capillary flow, and vascular tone, to promote wound healing and reduction of scar tissue.
Copper Tripeptide Growth Factor (Bioidentical)
Copper tripeptide-1 (bioidentical) has been clinically proven
to stimulate the synthesis of collagen in skin fibroblasts and increase accumulation of total proteins, glycosaminoglycans and DNA in dermal wounds. The Copper tripeptide-1 sequence is present in collagen and it is suggested that the Copper tripeptide-1 is released after tissue injury. Copper tripeptide-1 also increases synthesis of decorin – a small proteoglycan in the regulation of collagen synthesis, wound-healing regulation and anti-tumor defense.