50+ AHP Booster
- Increases hydration & helps prevent water loss
- Plumps and smooths skin
- Reduces inflammation, redness and irritation
- Boosts elasticity & tissue repair
- Enhances collagen synthesis & slows skin aging
- Promotes firmer skin tone & youthful appearance
As featured in Rhonda Allison’s 2017 Signature CBR Facial and Peel, 50+ AHP Booster helps resuscitate compromised barriers by hydrating, softening and providing healing elements to the skin.
PLUS: Each booster comes pre-packaged with its own smidgen spoon!
Recommended UseA very versatile “must-have” for every backbar; you just need a smidgen or two to see results. Mix 1-2 smidgens into Mandelic Arginine Peel Blend into any mask for added hydration Mix with Mandelic Arginine Serum then apply mask over top Use as hydrating finisher by mixing with Cucumber Spritz & Hyaluronic Serum PLUS: Each booster comes pre-packaged with its own smidgen spoon!
IngredientsALOE (VERA) BARBADENSIS – The aloe plant, a member of the lily family, is actually a succulent that closely resembles a cactus whose gel is made up of leaf pulp or mucilage - a thin, clear, jelly-like substance obtained from the parenchymal tissue that makes up the inner portion of the leaves. With soothing, calming affects, aloe is known to improve skin hydration, work as an anti-inflammatory and aid in the healing of cuts, grazes, insect bites and burns due its capacity to accelerate the turnover of collagen.Containing carbohydrate polymers, such as glucomannans and pectic acid, plus various other organic and inorganic compounds, including some antiseptic agents (lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, and phenoland sulfur), aloe is able to help prevent immune suppression caused by UVB light by repairing damage to langerhans cells. The polysaccharides, including the acetylated mannans, seem to give aloe its immune-stimulant properties where salicylate and carboxypeptidase are responsible for its anti-inflammatory activity. HYALURONIC ACID - Hyaluronic acid is a natural glycosaminoglycan, polysaccharides that are an important component of connective tissue and joint fluids that may be derived f(more...)