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Indur iCorrect Anti-Aging Complex
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Indur iCorrect Anti-Aging Complex
1 fl oz | 60 Day Supply
A clinically proven, retinol formula with Vitamin C and CoQ10 for dramatically reducing the appearance and occurrence of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. More Details
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This Is Great For:

  • People with sensitive skin
  • People who have never used retinol products
  • Reducing fine lines and wrinkles
  • Treating and preventing acne
  • Improving skin elasticity at the cellular level
  • Anyone with oily or acne prone skin
  • Improving the appearance and evenness of skin tone
  • Improving texture and minimizing pore size
  • Supporting cellular renewal and reducing inflammation
  • Combating oxidative stress that promotes premature aging
  • Individuals beginning an anti-aging regimen

Product Info

Product
Overview:

Indur iCorrect Anti-Aging Complex is a retinol-based formula that contains vitamin C, squalane, and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) to effectively treat photodamaged skin. Indur iCorrect can dramatically reduce the appearance and occurrence of fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and hyperpigmentation while providing moisture and soothing relief to dry, irritated, and damaged skin.

This formula contains a .25% concentration of stabilized retinol, making it ideal for all skin types, including sensitive skin, to protect the skin from aging and sun damage. The retinol concentration is also effective at working at the cellular level with other antioxidant ingredients to reduce oxidative stress, regenerate skin collagen, and prevent skin aging. iCorrect improves the appearance and texture of your skin while normalizing its keratinization for smoother, clearer, and youthful skin.

It Will Help You:
Prevent & Reduce Wrinkles
Even Skin Tone
Correct Sun Damage
Reduce Pore Size
Brighten Complexion
Control Acne
Boost Collagen Production
Promote Cell Turnover
Clinical Studies Show
*Individual Results May Vary

Ingredients

Key Ingredients
Retinol 0.25%, Vitamin C (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate), Squalane, CoEnzyme Q10, Bisabolol, Allantoin, Ethylhexyl Methoxycrylene


Inactive Ingredients
Water, Glycerin, PPG-2 Myristyl Ether Propionate, Dimethicone, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-100 Stearate, Squalane, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cyclopentasiloxane, Ethylhexyl Methoxycrylene, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Retinol, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ubiquinone, Bisabolol, Allantoin, Lecithin, Polysorbate 20, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, BHT, Xanthan Gum, Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance

Suggested Usage

Normal Skin
Oily Skin
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin
Instructions
Apply sparingly over face and neck avoiding eye area. Allow to absorb before applying additional products. Can be used once a day at bedtime or as directed by physician. Initial application should be twice a week for first week and increase use after skin shows minimal signs of irritation. Use of sun protection recommended.
Use at Night
Apply 1 to 2 Pumps
Before Bed
After Cleansing Face
Warning:

As a precaution, retinol cream products should not be used by pregnant women or women who intend to become pregnant in the near future. Though there are no reports of topical retinol having any negative effect on fetal development, some problems have been reported with ingested retinoic acid.

Caution:

Retinol is prone to increased photosensitivity. Always use a high, broad spectrum sunscreen when using this product.

Expert advice
"Retinol is the most powerful anti-aging ingredient. Taking it slow is key."

    Initial use of products containing retinol will oftentimes create minor irritation including redness and peeling. To limit these side effects, limit initial use to once or twice a week, gradually increasing frequency to every other night, and then every night as tolerated.

    To avoid unnecessary irritation retinol products should only be applied to dry skin. Wait a minimum of 20 minutes after cleansing skin to allow the skin to dry before applying products that contain retinol.

    To get maximum effectiveness of retinol, products should be placed directly on clean skin and allowed to penetrate the skin. It is recommended that you wait a minimum of 30 minutes before applying a moisturizer product.

    Retinol is prone to increased photosensitivity. Always use a high, broad spectrum sunscreen when using this product.

How It Works


Retinol is a form of vitamin A. In research, it is recognized for its effects on cellular growth, photoaging, and acne. Topical retinol reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while improving skin tone and elasticity. This formula contains a .25% retinol concentration, providing a clinically effective dose ideal for protecting the skin against general signs of aging and sun damage.



One of the ways retinol works is by increasing glycosaminoglycan expression and procollagen I immunostaining. Increasing glycosaminoglycan expression promotes water retention in the skin, at the cellular level, for optimized skin hydration. Increased collagen promotes the elimination of fine lines and wrinkles. By increasing skin matrix synthesis, retinol-treated skin has a greater defense against injury and age with an overall improvement in skin appearance.



Long-term exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet irradiation damages skin collagen and elastin (extracellular matrix), resulting in the wrinkled appearance of sun-exposed skin and premature skin aging. Skin keratinocytes are reported to metabolize retinol to retinoic acid, suggesting that retinol may also be helpful in improving skin photodamage. Clinical research supports the benefits of topical retinol to safely and effectively improve the appearance of photoaged skin with observed increases in collagen and skin matrix integrity. [4]



Vitamin C is a naturally occurring antioxidant that our bodies cannot produce on its own. Bioavailability of vitamin C in the skin is inadequate when it is administered orally (e.g. supplement or diet). The use of topical ascorbic acid, the chemically active and natural form of vitamin C, is well recognized in dermatological practices. Vitamin C is important for the maintenance of healthy skin because of its role as a water-soluble free radical scavenger and an essential cofactor for collagen synthesis. Vitamin C protects the skin from oxidative stress, such as UV rays, by donating electrons to neutralize the free radicals.



Vitamin C contains anti-inflammatory properties, making it an effective treatment in skin conditions like acne vulgaris and rosacea. Vitamin C in topical formulations tends to be ineffective in delivery and break down, resulting in a brownish discoloration. Sodium ascorbyl phosphate, however, is a stable precursor of vitamin C that ensures a constant delivery of vitamin C into the skin. The potent antimicrobial effects of sodium ascorbyl phosphate have warranted its role in treating and preventing acne.



Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, is an antioxidant vital for cellular energy production. WIth age and external stress factors in human skin (e.g. UV ray exposure), endogenous levels of COQ10 start to decline. Research has shown that energy metabolism shifts to a predominantly non-mitochondrial pathway, deeming it functionally anaerobic with advancing age. CoQ10 positively influences the age-affected cellular metabolism and works at the cellular level to combat signs of aging. Topical application of CoQ10 is beneficial for human skin as it rapidly improves mitochondrial function in skin. [7] Topical CoQ10 works deep into the layers of the skin with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to reduce wrinkle depth, increase the integrity of skin collagen, and prevent premature aging caused by sun exposure.



Squalene is a polyunsaturated that occurs naturally in fish oils and vegetable oils. Squalene is one of the most common lipids produced by human skin cells. Human sebum contains 13% squalene as one of its major constituents. Squalene is recognized in research for its antioxidant, detoxification, skin hydrating, and emollient (skin softening) effects. The natural production of squalene in the body slows significantly after the age thirty, contributing to dry skin, and warranting its topical application to the skin for hydration.



Bisabolol, (-)-α-bisabolol, is commonly used as a soothing ingredient in cosmetics. Bisabolol has been recognized in research for its anti-inflammatory properties that may extend to treating and preventing skin irritation.



Allantoin is commonly used in moisturizers as a humectant offering superior hydration for dry skin. Literature has also demonstrated anti-irritant properties of allantoin.



What Research is Saying:


Long term topical application of retinol has shown to significantly increase glycosaminoglycan expression and procollagen I immunostaining while significantly improving the appearance of fine wrinkles associated with aging. [1]



Research has shown retinol to safely and effectively treat and improve the appearance of photoaged skin. Eight weeks of retinol-infused moisturizer application significantly reduced fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, and photodamage with significant increases in skin elasticity and firmness. These improvements were significant at week 4 and continued to improve progressively until the eighth week. [2] Retinol has also shown to inhibit damage incurred from prolonged ultraviolet (UV) light exposure while stimulating collagen synthesis in photoaged skin. [3] Additional studies support the long-term and consistent use of retinol as an effective anti-aging molecule that can treat and improve the signs of aging associated with excessive sun exposure. [4]



Research has shown sodium ascorbyl phosphate to have a strong antimicrobial effect. Long term application of sodium ascorbyl phosphate has shown to safely and effectively treat and prevent acne vulgaris when administered alone and with other ingredients. The efficacy of sodium ascorbyl phosphate ranked as excellent at 76.9%, which is a superior rating compared to widely prescribed acne treatments. [5] Dermatological research has deemed vitamin C to have a optimal safety profile and an effective means of treating photoaging, hyperpigmentation, and tissue inflammation while promoting tissue healing. [6]



Studies have shown the antioxidant properties of topical CoQ10 to penetrate layers of the epidermis to reduce wrinkle depth and prevent signs of photoaging. CoQ10 has shown to protect the skin against UV-induced oxidative stress and the expression of collagenase. Inhibition of collagenase prevents the degradation of collagen and promotes the integrity of collagen in the skin. [8] [9]



Additional research has demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of CoQ10 to suppress inflammatory responses in the skin (e.g. UV radiation exposure) further preventing premature aging caused by sun exposure. [10]



A commonly used ingredient to promote skin hydration, research has demonstrated squalene to exhibit antioxidant activity in the skin while protecting the human skin surface from oxidative stress caused by UV exposure. [11] Research has shown squalene to moisturize the skin with high skin tolerability and with a low potential for irritation. [12]



At the cellular level, bisabolol has demonstrated downregulation of the gene expression of nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). These findings represent the anti-inflammatory effects of bisabolol that may extend to the protection and treatment against photodamage and acne. [13] Consistent application of bisabolol for eight weeks resulted in significant a lightening effect in subjects with pigmented skin. [14]



Allantoin is commonly used in moisturizers as a humectant, offering hydration for dry skin. In addition to promoting skin hydration, allantoin is also recognized for treating skin irritation. [15] [16]





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