Super Serums

Super Serums
We offer active serums to help correct unwanted skin conditions. AHAs, Peptides, Matrixyls, Vitamins, Anti-oxidants, Cosmeceuticals... serums rejuvenate the complexion.

Super A Serum
AHA blend
Super C Powder
Vitamin C powder
Super P Serum
Peptide blend

No Water - Aloe Vera Base

Organic Aloe Vera is used to create the base. NOT water. Why not water? Aloe is absorbed 4 times faster than water and actually does something for the skin. Aloe is hydrating and soothing, very healing to troubled skin. It contains anti-oxidants, glyconutrients, and polysaccharides, water does not. Water only serves to dilute the formula, a cheap filler for the commercial manufacturer.

Polysaccharides are the first biopolymers that have formed on our planet. They are in fact complex carbohydrates composed of many monosaccharides bound together and with complex branches of molecules. There are a few types of polysaccharides. Among these the most common are:

- Glycogen, which is the same substance as the animal glucose and a different form of the normal glucose.

- Cellulose, which is at the base of the components of plants and from which paper is made.

But what is the role of the polysaccharides in human health?

Researchers have not long ago discovered that a vitamin-like medicine can be made from polysaccharides, and the polysaccharide substances found in it are better supplements that any other mineral, amino acid or vitamin available on the market.

This supplement is made entirely out of plants and seaweed, that means it is 100% natural. The main source for the polysaccharide extraction is the well-known aloe vera plant, which has limitless uses in modern medicine.

Our body needs a certain amount of polysaccharides in order to perform its regular function flawlessly and the modern-day diets are not supplying it with the necessary amount. This 'dose' that the body needs makes the immune system function without problems by assuring that the cells from the body can 'communicate' certain nutritional information between each other. The glycoproteins included in the polysaccharides are what makes this communication possible.

The discovery that cells use glycoproteins to communicate was very important and helped us make a step further in the war waged against diseases. The research in this domain has not completed yet and time can reveal further important information about polysaccharides. It is believed that they are the next frontier in the research on the immune system.