Ferulic Acid: The Super Antioxidant

What is Ferulic acid?: Ferulic acid is an antioxidant commonly found in the walls of plants and certain fruit seeds, where its primary role is to protect and preserve. In regards to skincare, antioxidants play an important part in protecting our skin from environmental factors, such as pollution and UV rays. Over time, exposure to these harsh factors can lead to dullness, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines. However, by incorporating antioxidants into your daily skincare routine you can work to combat all of that.

Ferulic acid is unique in that it works in tandem with other antioxidants to both stabilize and promote their strengthening qualities. When combined with other antioxidants, such as Vitamin C and E, ferulic acid helps to provide complete skin protection from outside skin stressors, reduce the signs of aging, and improve firmness.

Ferulic acid is most commonly found in serums and applied topically. Here at Laser Touch Medical Clinic, we offer our signature Glow Super C&E Serum with Ferulic Acid. This multistabilized, highly potent Vitamin and peptides based anti-aging serum is intensified with a TransEpidermal Carrier, to deliver unparalleled results in order to combat and reverse signs of aging through an increase in collagen production. This highly effective serum also provides antioxidant protection and treats hyperpigmentation, all while boosting collagen production. A 60% reduction of wrinkles in just 28 days.

For most skin types, use as recommended by the physician.

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