Seeing a lofty price on a beauty product probably prompts you to ask for a little justification, which is entirely reasonable. So when you see what a certain Icelandic cosmetic creation can do, we think your demand for evidence will be satisfied.
When Dr. Bragi began his research on Penzyme, the patented active ingredient in his Age Management Marine Enzyme, he studied its effects on wounds and arthritis; but its potential in skincare couldn’t be ignored. It can travel deeper into the skin than typical enzymes, and in this futuristic formula, it’s a uniquely intensive multitasker. Amongst its seemingly endless attributes, this gel exfoliates away dull skin, minimizes wrinkles and pore size, boosts circulation and oxygen supply, scavenges free radicals, balances skin’s moisture level, improves elasticity, encourages collagen and elastin production, discourages discoloration, kills acne-causing bacteria, calms irritation, and hushes conditions like rosacea and eczema. We’re half-expecting it to walk the dog and load the dishwasher.
But what makes Dr. Bragi’s opus really unique is how temperature can enhance its effectiveness. Refrigerating it makes it work even better-there’s a special panel on the box that turns blue when it’s at optimal coolness-and then once it’s on your face, your body heat really gets it going. Just be sure you put it on way before your other products. If you follow up too quickly with a lipid-based product, you’ll render the uber-enzyme useless.
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