XCell B serum contains 21% niacinamide to deliver maximum levels of vitamin B3 to the target cells of the epidermis and dermis.
This will result in an improvement to barrier function, skin immunity, tone and texture, hydration levels, and collagen production for fine lines and firmness.
Boosts skin immunity and increases the production of the skin’s natural ceramides in the top layers of the skin to fortify the barrier, promote hydration and leave the skin looking youthful and dewy. Assists in regulating oil flow, minimising redness, increasing collagen, and reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Vitamin B3 can also regulate oil flow within the skin.
Superoxide Dismutase (SOD):
A bioidentical super antioxidant that protects the skin from solar and environmental damage. It soothes the skin, helps combat photo-ageing and neutralises free radicals, leaving the skin healthy and more radiant.
A powerful skin hydrator, sodium PCA is naturally occurring in human skin and declines with age. It is known as a humectant and works to bind water molecules to the skin. Sodium PCA has also been shown to protect the natural barrier of the skin and protect from inflammation.
Betaine acts like a powerful water magnet and can control and maintain water balance in the skin. It counteracts skin irritants and can assist in reducing skin irritation.
Provitamin B5 will work to stabilise the skin barrier, soothe irritation, promote wound healing, improve skin softness, and boost hydration levels to plump the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines. It has also been clinically proven to exhibit anti-bacterial properties and work in perfect synergy with vitamin B3.
Apply one pump onto a cleansed face and neck in the evening prior to moisturising. For best results, use following the Home Roller.
This product is not recommended for those with extremely sensitive skin.
This formula is not to be mixed directly with low pH products such as Hydroxy acids or L-ascorbic acid.
We recommend the use of Synergie Vitamin B serum for three months initially, then step up to XCell B.