High-Potency Serum

High-Potency Serum is a lightweight liquid containing the full complement of the Cellex-C signature ingredients — pure L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C), tyrosine and zinc sulphate. The serum works synergistically to encourage a firm, youthful, elastic quality in the skin.

BENEFITS:
  • Regular use will dramatically reduce the visible signs of aging — fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and sagging skin.
  • Helps older and prematurely aged skin to look, behave and feel like younger skin.
  • This formulation is extremely well tolerated and can be used by men and women without fear of troublesome skin reactions such as sunlight sensitivity.
  • Treated skin will gradually appear firmer and smoother with improved texture, tone and overall radiance.
  • Generally improvement in the overall appearance of the skin can be seen within 8–12 weeks of daily use.

DIRECTIONS:
  1. Cleanse and Tone.
  2. Apply Cellex-C High-Potency Serum*. Squeeze 4–5 drops into the palm of your hand. Using fingertips smooth the serum over your face (avoiding eye area), neck and V of chest.
  3. Apply Hydra 5 B-Complex.
  4. Apply moisturizer or sunscreen of choice.

*Cellex-C treatment formulations should be applied every 24 hours.

USE: Morning or Night.

SKIN TYPE: Suitable for all, except extremely sensitive skin.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Ascorbic acid, Tyrosine, Zinc, Bioflavonoids.

SIZE: 30 mL / 1 Fl. Oz.

Made in Canada.

Works Well With

Ratings & Reviews

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SkinCeuticals vs Cellex-C
Cellex-C give actual results get rid of fine wrinkles while evening out T-zones with dry areas. I've used it for over 15 years and had the chance to try its competitors. Cellex-C High Potency and Hydra B Complex together works wonders. It's really the best there is.

Leila K. January 3, 2017

Bagus banget!

Titien L. November 30, 2016

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