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Inno-Derma Age Rescue 24H Cream - 50g

Age Rescue 24H Cream - 50g, uses acids to target the early signs of ageing.

Age Rescue 24H Cream - 50g
  • Purple - Exfoliating Formula
  • Purple - Targets Fine Lines
  • Anti-aging facial cream
  • Resurfaces the skin using AHAs
  • Brightens, corrects and plumps
  • Can be used daily
RRP: £65.00

Specifically target fine lines, wrinkles, uneven tone and any other signs of premature ageing with the new Age Rescue 24H Cream from Inno-Derma.

Infused with a blend of AHAs, PHAs and antioxidants, this professional quality cream resurfaces the skin to soften the appearance of wrinkles while brightening dark spots and areas of photo-damage. Added hydrators increase the moisture content of the skin, to eliminate dry patches and to further plump lacklustre areas of the face, creating a more youthful-looking complexion over time.

Suitable for most skin types, massage into clean dry skin once or twice a day for best results.

Massage into clean dry skin once or twice a day for best results.

Patch Test

If you are new to this product or any of its ingredients, we recommend completing a patch test first.

Use of Retinol

When using Retinol for the first time, it is important to allow the skin time to acclimatise to the active ingredient. Apply a small amount in the evening no more than twice a week, never on consecutive evenings, for at least two weeks. If the skin hasn’t suffered any extreme irritation or redness, start to increase the number of applications gradually over a period of weeks until you reach a number your skin is comfortable with. This could range from three nights to seven nights a week.

As Retinol can make the skin sensitive to sunlight, always apply a sunscreen to the skin every morning to prevent sun-induced inflammation and damage.

The Use of AHAs

Products containing acids can make the skin prone to dryness and sun damage, so introduce them into your routine gradually and remember to apply a sunscreen every morning to protect against UV rays.