By transporting optimal amounts of oxygen to the epidermis, the Plasmatox formula directly supports prematurely aged skin that has suffered damage from harsh environmental factors and oxidative stress. The safe and effective ingredients contained in Plasmatox offer numerous benefits that include:
- Enhancing skin aeration, accelerating the healing process and the growth of healthy new skin cells
- Reducing levels of toxins and pollutants by replacing dangerous carbon dioxide molecules with health-boosting oxygen
- Supporting the function of keratinocytes and thereby stimulating the production of keratin, an essential protein that fortifies the skin structure
- Optimizing the transportation of oxygen during respiration to all capillaries, including those located deep below the skin surface
- Creating a protective epidermal barrier that locks in hydration to combat dryness and resists harmful environmental pollutants
- Improving the body’s response to harmful inflammation and reducing the risk of irritation in over-sensitive skin
- Increasing the anti-aging benefits of all key active ingredients, penetrating quickly into the skin with no greasy residue.
Use Plasmatox after first cleansing and toning the skin. With your fingertips, apply Plasmatox to the skin and massage gently with circular movements. Allow it to dry fully and then repeat application. This product should be used twice daily, morning and evening, and preferably in conjunction with other treatments in the Solvaderm skincare range.
*Disclaimer: "The FDA has not evaluated these statements and the supplement product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Remember to read our labels and ingredient lists carefully and follow the appropriate directions for use. If you have a specific allergy or sensitivity, do not use ingredients that may trigger a reaction. An allergy patch test is recommended if there is any doubt or history of skin reactions. Discontinue use if a reaction occurs."
The Plasmatox serum works well on any area of skin affected by common signs of aging including the face, neck and chest.
Sources To Support The Claims Made for Plasmatox
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Stanzl, K., Zastrow, L., Röding, J., Artmann, C. (1996). The effectiveness of molecular oxygen in cosmetic formulations. International Journal of Cosmetic Science, 18(3), 137-50. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-2494.1996.tb00143.x.
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