PROFESSIONAL SUMME MY[B]CODE 51 RENEWAL 9 X 10ML
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My[B]Code is a system with five specific concentrates, formulated with highly effective active ingredients for creating and customizing the most suitable body treatment. Eliminate by draining retained toxins; burn by reducing unwanted volume, Soften by breaking down the fat cells; Tighten by firming up the silhouette; correct by regenerating tissues. You can mix the My[B]Code Shock Serum up to three different concentrates, designing the ideal combination to act directly on your concern (you can repeat 2 codes).
PREPARATION OF THE MIXTURE
To prepare your custom system, it must be purchased and mixed with My[B]Code Shock Serum and at least 3 codes of the collection for best results. Shake each of the three codes.
One by one, pourthe contents of the vials into the MyCODE_SPECIFIC SERUM dropper bottle. Secure the lid and shake well so that the active ingredients are properly mixed.
Regenerating body concentrate that boosts the skin's elasticity and complexion, preventing and correcting the appearance of stretch marks. Protects the cells against oxidative processes.
Mix with SHOCK BODY SERUM.
Collagen: Collagen is one of the most important scleroproteins of connective tissue present as fibres. It is the main structural element of the skin and therefore is largely responsible for the skin’s characteristics.
Helps restore collagen in the dermis, provides fibroblasts with aminoacids which are capable of metabolising.
·Increases elastic tone and restructures the morphology of the microcutaneous surface.
Strengthens the water-lipid barrier, maintaining skin moisture and tone.
Film-forming effect to help dry and mature skin defend themselves from environmental aggressions, especially exposure to UV rays.
Centella asiatica extract: Stimulates collagen production and improves tissue development. Centella extract also improves circulation and protects against oxidation processes.
Bifida ferment Lysate: Stimulates the endogenous DNA repair system, thus preventing the transfer of long-lasting cell lesions induced by light and the sun in the DNA of dermal and epidermal cells. When exposed to UV rays, dimerisation occurs between two adjacent thymidine molecules, thus deforming the double helix of DNA. The DNA repair system becomes inadequate when exposed to excess radiation and becomes weaker with age. This system can be stimulated to boost the repair function.