Moisturizing Mushroom

Key Ingredient — Tremella fuciformis

Tremella fuciformis, also known as snow fungus, is one powerful mushroom known in Traditional Chinese Medicine for a variety of medicinal properties. As a key component of the NutrientReservoir™, it contains a variety of functions that make it a highly effective anti-aging ingredient. Tremella is a humectant and skin-conditioning agent with extraordinary moisture retaining properties; it is able to both directly moisturize skin and help skin draw in moisture from the surrounding environment. In addition, research shows that Tremella works effectively as a topical antioxidant and contains high levels of vitamin D important for cellular energy production.

To see this ingredient in action, to a quick test:
Apply Celloxylin Step 2, Activating Tonic to your entire face. While your skin is still damp from the Activating Tonic, apply Step 3, Firming Complex, to only half of your face; wait until the Activating Tonic dries completely before applying Firming Complex to the other half. You’ll quickly see the difference between the two halves!

The Activating Tonic contains Tremella to help your skin “drink in” moisture from the Firming Complex. Not only will applying Firming Complex immediately after Activating Tonic help the product go on more evenly, your skin will more easily absorb the Firming Complex, allowing you to more fully experience the benefits of its potent anti-aging ingredients!

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