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CLEAN AND BALANCE FACE RITUAL

$50.00

$50.00

Our doctor-designed clean face wash + toner combines nature’s deep-sea macroalgaes and bioactive plant cell micronutrients that have shown to exhibit luxurious benefits to the skin, particularly in already-aggravated skin caused by inflammation, acne, pigmentation, aging, and cancer. This patient-voted combo is designed to innovate your everyday skin health provides for anti-aging effects to keep you looking younger, longer.

COCONUT​

SEAWEED​

VITAMIN C

ANTIOXIDANTS​

What is it?

This advanced formula provides :​

  • CLEAN FACE WASH
    • Coco-Glucoside, coconut derived substance, a natural cleanser derived from coconut, breaks surface tension in liquids allowing their full cleansing abilities to penetrate deep and lift make up, death cells, dirt and oils out. ​
    • Wheat Germ Oil, an assemblage of vitamin E, folic acid, thiamin, zinc, magnesium, essential fatty acids, fatty alcohols and phosphorous, strengths the skin barrier enhancing its natural defensive powers against free radicals. (organic molecules that cause aging, & tissue damage) and promotes optimum moisture balance in the skin throughout the day ​
    • Fragaria Chiloensis, Its powerful antioxidant protective effect prevents collagen destruction, fights UV damage, and lighten blemishes, scars and dark spots.​
    • Lycopene, a powerful antiaging molecule that defends the skin against skin discoloration, texture changes, UV-induced DNA damage, lessens inflammation, enhances cell renewal, and boosts collagen renewal decreasing lines and wrinkles appearance.​
  • BALANCE FACE TONER
    • Hypnea Musciformis Extract, a red macroalgae extract that exhibit a powerful antioxidant and UV-damage protective effect. I uses has been found to reduce the appearance of redness, sun damage and blemishes, brightening, re-mineralizing, hydrating and firming skin. By delivering phenolic compounds, mycosporine, amino acid, and carotenoids, this macro algae nourish th eskin while absorbing UV light, helping to prevent skin photo-damage.​
    • Sargassum Filipendula, a brown macroalgae with many biologically bioactive compounds like terpenoids, flavonoids and sterols among others.. These isolated compounds exhibit diverse biological activities like skin whitening, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-microbial, anti-tumor, fibrinolytic, immune-modulatory and ati-viral​
    • Gelidiella Acerosa Extract, one of the main edible algae collected in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. This algae has demonstrated a free radical scavenging activity and lipid peroxidation inhibition.​
    • Chondrus Crispus Extract, commonly called Irish moss, is a species of red algae which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America. A natural rich nourishing source of key micronutrients for the skin, such as the pigment beta-carotene and potent antioxidants zeaxanthin, lutein, is known to help protect skin from the visible effects of blue light exposure and other radiation related and environmental toxins. Richly hydrating, it helps impart moisture to dry and irritated skin, while balancing skin microbiome and pH, due to its high sulfur content. ​

How does it work?

We recommend using the toner + wash both in the AM/PM for optimized results. Then, use the DNA Repair cream as the post-wash moisturizer for a full primed face. Most of our patients report skin health when taken with ONOGEN’s Looking Good Collagen Peptides on a regular basis.* ​ ​The STEP 1 and 2 of ONOGEN PRIME Face Ritual. Wet your face with tepid water. Dispense one to two pumps of ONOGEN Clean Facial Wash into the palm of your hand or on a wet sponge. Massage it over your face and throat. Rinse three to five times, and pat skin dry. Follow with ONOGEN Balance Face Toner (not included) . To improve results, we recommend product to be used twice a day applying ONOGEN Telomere DNA Repair Moisturizer each time after toner application.​

What are the benefits?

Most of our patients report skin, hair and anil improvement when taken the supplement in regular basis. *​
  • Provides thorough and deep cleansing
  • Moisturizes and delivers nourishing fatty acids to the skin
  • Optimize skin’s pH
  • Protects skin from free radicals and environmental stressors
  • Restore aging skin elasticity and texture
  • Soothes and calms the appearance of sensitive and irritated skin

References

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