Daily Defense Ageless Moisturizer
This little powerhouse packs a potent punch of organic botanical actives and essential amino acids to help minimize and reverse signs of aging. Made with non-irritating emulsifiers and non-comedogenic oils to help nourish skin, boosted by a healthy dose of Vitamin E. Chicory Root extract has been proven to help collagen synthesis* and effectively defeats signs of fatigue with regular use. Green Tea extract protects skin from environmental stressors with powerful antioxidants & polyphenols while Zinc Oxide effectively reduces the risk of UVA/UVB damage**. Palmitoyl Isoleucine, an essential amino acid needed for exemplary cell renewal, acts to plump and rejuvenate skin at the cellular level while Aloe Vera Extract concentrated to 10 times its normal efficacy soothes and nourishes skin with the side effect of boosting the potential of the other active ingredients. This daily moisturizer is good for all ages, all skin types, and left untainted by colorants or fragrances to help ensure it's usable on even the most sensitive of skins.
Use daily in the morning after toners & serums but prior to sunscreen. Can also be used alone as a one-and-done moisturizer prior to makeup application.
Simply take a pea-sized drop of DDAM onto fingertips and apply to face by patting it onto key areas (jawline, cheeks, undereyes, forehead, and anywhere else you want to minimize wrinkle, lines, and other signs of aging) then gently blending toward the tip of your nose. Gently pat any excess wherever your skin needs a little extra help.
Ingredients: Water, Caprylic Triglycerides, Zinc Oxide, Mango Butter, Glycerin, Aloe Vera Extract, Cetyl Alcohol, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Stearyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 60, Palimtoyl Isoleucine, Chicory Root Extract, Green Tea Extract, Optiphen PLUS
*According to in-vitro testing environments.
** Zinc Oxide is a time-honored protector against sun damage. However, we are unable to verify a specific SPF at this time. While the amount of Zinc Oxide is sufficient to protect against moderate sun exposure, we still recommend using a sunscreen with a verified SPF for optimal safety. We have attempted to gauge an SPF using available technology but, unfortunately, the technology was insufficient (in the sense that it didn't work at all).