HPS-HYDRATING & PURIFYING SERUM
An advanced formulation that incorporates natural ingredients to boost your skin’s radiance and reduce dark spots. HPS is a intensive serum that balances the skin’s appearance and helps reduce intensity of dark spots. A complex of key ingredients and natural extracts help boost your skin’s radiance, making your complexion brighter and
more even. HPS’s lipid-soluble formulation delivers active ingredients directly into the epidermis. Superior time-released Vitamin C reaches skin cells 50 times more efficiently than ascorbic acid, with no stinging. Helps to stimulate your skin to produce its own natural moisturizers.
HPS is an absolute client favorite. This oil-based serum helps to address sun damage and dehydration. Its intoxicating aroma will make you feel like you have just been to the spa, but more importantly, HPS pushes your skin to work smarter by stimulating it to produce its own natural hydrators (glycosaminoglycans), thus minimizing the need for additional moisturizers.
HPS battles a host of issues, such as acne, eczema, hyperpigmentation, infections, rosacea, and wrinkles to create a more even complexion that looks and feels hydrated, youthful, and toned. Its unique formulation helps inhibit both the growth of cancerous melanoma cells and abnormal blood clotting.
HPS is packed with active exfoliating ingredients such as our exclusive Japanese time-released stabilized Vitamin C
This serum contains vitamins A, B, D, & E, essential fatty acids, phytosteroids and lecithin. It’s lipid-soluble, so delivers the ingredients deep into the skin. Unlike many ‘natural’ skin care serums, this product is immediately absorbed into your skin.
(Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate), one of my FAVORITE ingredients. For those with sensitive skin or skin prone to redness, this product is a godsend.
Scent: Lightly scented. Hints of lavender, rosemary, and sage.
Size: 1 fl.oz. (30 ml)
Directions for Use:
HPS should be used all by itself 2 to 3 nights a week, or whenever your skin is feeling stressed or unusually dry, which often varies with weather, altitude, and climate. Take care to keep it out of your eyes.