iS Clinical Skincare only uses the most effective, clinically proven ingredients to make products that help visually improve skin health. Drawing on cultures from around the world and incorporating cosmetics with pharmaceutical technology, iS Clinical is respected and trusted by dermatologists, beauty editors, and celebrities like Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Charlize Theron, and more.
Ingredients in iS Clinical Skincare
Made with high quality ingredients that help improve acne, dry skin, rosacea, hyperpigmentation, aging, and stress, iS Clinical skincare products work at the cellular level without irritating the skin. Some top ingredients are:
Alpha Hydroxy Acids
Alpha Hydroxy Acids help increase cellular turnover to slough off old skin cells, allowing younger skin cells to work their way to the base of the epidermis for younger looking skin.
Containing potent antioxidants, ginseng extract neutralizes free radicals to protect against cellular and tissue damage.
Kojic Acid reduces hyperpigmentation and aging. It also binds to heavy metals like Iron to stop it from being oxidized and damaging cells and tissues. When Kojic Acid is applied to the skin before sun exposure, it protects the skin to prevent wrinkling.
Niacin (Vitamin B3)
Niacin is important to create ATP, energy in the cells, and helps repair DNA damage in skin cells.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)
As the precursor to Coenzyme A, Pantothenic Acid is important to metabolize carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids to maintain normal skin cell function.
The iS Clinical Poly- Vitamin Serum hydrates and repairs the skin, delivers essential vitamins and nutrients to the cells, and has antioxidant properties to neutralize age-causing free radicals.
Behind the Skincare
Chief Scientific Advisor and expert in phytochemistry, Dr. Mostafa Omar. PhD. is a pioneer in topical Vitamin C Skincare. Dr. Omar was the first to perfect stable topical Vitamin C skincare preparations suitable for cosmetic use. He is known around the world for his cosmeceutical and pharmaceutical formulas including the stable form of L-ascorbic acid that is currently used in Cellex C and SkinCeuticals today.
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