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Indur iHydrate+ Booster Complex
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Indur iHydrate+ Booster Complex
1.7 fl oz |
An oil free ultra-hydrating serum binds moisture to the skin and is perfect for acne prone skin. Use to complement a daily moisturizer or alone to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while restoring elasticity to the skin. More Details
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This Is Great For:

  • Use after laser and peel procedure treatments
  • Anyone with acne prone skin
  • People with sensitive skin looking for a non-irritating moisturizer
  • Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Anyone seeking a non-irritating oil free moisturizer
  • Improving the absorbtion of other skincare products
  • Restoring elasticity to the skin
  • Increasing the volume and fullness of skin

Product Info

Product Overview:

iHydrate+ Booster complex is a potent, exceptionally penetrative, ultra hydrating serum. iHydrate+ Booster Complex contains hyaluronic acid to help restore and maintain skin hydration with other rich, emollient ingredients that deeply moisturize the skin without an oily feel. iHydrate plumps facial skin and restores skin elasticity, adding fullness and volume while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Nourishing ingredients reach deep into the layers of the skin with hydrophilic properties to promote optimal circulation and nutrient absorption. With antioxidant ingredients, iHydrate Booster Complex eliminates oxidative stress produced by UV radiation, protecting the skin from damage. This complex functions as a highly effective post procedure treatment to soothe, cool, and calm the skin after laser and peel procedures and is an ideal moisturizer for acne prone skin.
It Will Help You:
Hydrate Skin
Prevent & Reduce Wrinkles
Correct Sun Damage
Control Acne
Clinical Studies Show
*Individual Results May Vary

Ingredients

Key Ingredients
Sodium Hyaluronate, Soybean Seed Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Aloe Extract
Inactive Ingredients
Water, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Seed Extract, Camellia Oleifera Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tetrasodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, MethylparabenWater, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Seed Extract, Camellia Oleifera Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tetrasodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Methylparaben

Suggested Usage

Normal Skin
Oily Skin
Dry Skin
Sensitive Skin
Instructions
Apply a small amount to fingers and smooth over face and neck, avoiding eye area. Allow to absorb before applying additional products. Can be used twice a day or as directed by physician.
Use in the Morning
Use at Night
1 to 2 Pumps
After Cleansing Face

How It Works


Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a glycosaminoglycan with a unique capacity to bind and retain water molecules. A number of studies have demonstrated the important role hyaluronic acid plays in protecting cells from UV radiation. Hyaluronic acid is produced mainly by fibroblasts and keratinocytes in the skin. It is a key molecule that is naturally occurring and highly conserved as a polysaccharide in the skin’s tissue as it plays an important role in stratum corneum hydration. Due to its considerable capacity to bind water, hyaluronic acid has greater skin hydration properties than other polysaccharides.



One study demonstrated topical hyaluronic acid to significantly improve periocular wrinkle depth and skin roughness. Skin hydration and elasticity were also significantly improved by topical hyaluronic acid. [4]



The soybean, also known as the soya bean, is a species of legume native to east Asia. It contains a number of bioactive compounds, including phenolic acids, flavonoids, proteins, and isoflavonoids (e.g. quercetin and genistein). Dermatological research has recognized the anti-inflammatory, collagen-stimulating, anti-aging, antioxidant, skin lightening, and UV radiation protective properties of soybean.



Elastic fibres are essential extracellular matrix components of the skin. They contribute to skin resilience and elasticity. As the skin ages, elastin production is reduced and elastase activity is accelerated. Elastase is an enzyme that breaks down elastin, resulting in skin sagging and reduced skin elasticity. Soybean extracts can promote elastin production while inhibiting elastase activity. This protects elastic fibres for youthful skin appearance and optimal integrity. One study found the topical application of soy extract to result in a 9.46% increase in the thickness of the epidermis (outer layers of the skin). [7]



Research supports the anti-aging effects of soybean, demonstrating increases in skin cell collagen and hyaluronic acid production with the capacity to rejuvenate the structure of aging skin. The antioxidant properties of soybean contribute to its skin whitening effects by inhibiting tyrosinase, an enzyme associated with skin pigmentation.



Green tea is rich in naturally occurring polyphenols that exhibit significant antioxidant activity with potent protective benefits on the immune system and the skin. The majority of green tea polyphenols are flavanols and catechins. Of the four main catechins in green tea, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) is the most abundant and extensively studied catechin with potent therapeutic effects in skin. Topical green tea polyphenols have demonstrated protective effects from the negative effects of UV radiation on skin (e.g. redness, irritation, sunburn, and DNA damage). This, in turn, prevents premature aging of the skin. Research has also shown topical green tea extract to reduce crow’s feet wrinkles by up to 36.3% and promote up to a 49.99% improvement in skin smoothness. [12][13]



Aloe barbadensis, also referred to as aloe vera, is recognized in research for its potent antibacterial and antioxidant properties. Aloe contains small molecular weight immunomodulators that restore cellular function following UV-B radiation exposure. Research has demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of topical aloe to effectively treat inflammatory skin conditions such as UV-induced inflammation, redness, and irritation within two days of use. [5] Aloe vera is also a natural humectant that effectively moisturizes skin to treat and prevent dry skin.



What Research is Saying:


Research has shown topical application of hyaluronic acid to safely and effectively improve the health and appearance skin affected by inflammatory conditions. [1] Increased TEWL impairs enzymatic functions required for normal desquamation of the skin and results in the visible appearance of dry, flaky skin. Panthenol works synergistically with hyaluronic acid as both ingredients reduce TEWL. Research has demonstrated the humectant properties of the topical application of hyaluronic acid by increasing the hydration of the strata corneum. [2] Additional research has demonstrated the capacity of hyaluronic acid to reduce acne scars. [3]



Utilizing female subjects (age 30-60) with periocular wrinkles, one study demonstrated topical hyaluronic acid to significantly improve wrinkle depth and skin roughness. Skin hydration and elasticity were also significantly improved by topical hyaluronic acid. [4]



In vitro research has observed soybean extract to promote elastin activity, inhibit elastase activity, and protect elastic fibres from degradation. [5] Additional research has shown soybean extract to provide anti-aging effects, including wrinkle reduction, similar to that of retinoids, however, with added photoprotective effects from the sun and UV radiation. [6]



Long-term (6 months) topical application of soy extract resulted in a 9.46% increase in the thickness of the epidermis with a significant increases in collagen and elastic fibers. [7] Additional research has observed soybean extract to increase collagen and hyaluronic acid production in skin cells with an increased number of dermal papillae. [8] Literature supports the antioxidant properties of soybeans and its inhibitory effects on tyrosinase, resulting in skin whitening. [9]



Studies have shown topical application of green tea extract on skin exposed to UV radiation to inhibit erythema (e.g. redness, irritation), reduce the number of cells with sunburn, and reduce DNA damage. [10][11] Research has observed eight weeks of topical green tea extract to reduce crow’s feet wrinkles by up to 36.3% as attributed by the antioxidant activity of its polyphenols. [12] Additional research has shown topical green tea to contribute to a 49.99% improvement in skin smoothness while improving facial wrinkles. [13]



Research has shown topical two days of aloe vera application to effectively treat UV-induced erythema to a greater extent than 1% hydrocortisone. [14] Additional research has shown aloe to contain natural humectant properties and improve skin moisture in dry skin. [15]





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