Dr. Brandt Skincare Antioxidant Water Booster Triple Power Ingestible Water Supplement 2 oz/ 60 mL

Which skin type is it good for? Normal Oily Combination Dry Sensitive A gluten-free, ingestible, detoxifying supplement formulated to rejuvenate the skin by boosting the body's natural defense against the aging effects of free radicals from the inside out. Solutions for:- Free radical damage- Damage caused by pollution- Premature signs of skin agingIf you want to know more… This ingestible supplement is formulated with an antioxidant powerhouse trio of green tea, whnt to know more… This ingestible supplement is formulated with an antioxidant powerhouse trio of green tea, white tea, and grape seed extract designed to fight the destructive effects of free radicals from within, helping to keep the complexion rejuvenated and restored* Studies have shown that green tea, white tea, and grapeseed contain among others, the polyphenol EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate), the strongest of any known form of anti-oxidants. EGCG is more than 100 times as effective at neutralizing free radicals as vitamin C and 25 times more powerful than vitamin E. Dr. Brandt's signature antioxidant blend is also combined with maqui berry extract, a superfruit with the highest known ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), and goji berry extract, rich in anti-oxidants, vitamins, nutrients, and amino acids. These clarifying agents help support the body's natural defenses against aging free radicals. Each dropper full is equivalent to the polyphenol content of 15 cups of green tea. With a light, tea-like taste, the drops can be added to your favorite beverage or meal from water and smoothies to oatmeal and salads for a daily boost. It is formulated Without: - Parabens- Sulfates- Phthalates No matter how diligent you may be about applying anti-oxidant-rich creams and serums, the painful truth is that we all will still fall victim to free radicals. Why? While UV rays, pollution, and other environmental aggressors set free radicals into motion externally, stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, and hormones also contribute. So without an internal line of antioxidant defense, your skin may still be susceptible to read more