You use serums on clean skin before moisturizer or sunscreen application. They contain nutrients, antioxidants and cell-communicating ingredients (peptides).
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant you want protecting your skin in the morning along with a broad spectrum sunscreen.
Retinol (vitamin A) creams are exfoliators, they accelerate the natural cell turnover process. You should also exfoliated at night.
AM - C-Peptide Complex Rhonda Allison’s C-Peptide Complex combines antioxidants, L-Ascorbic Acid and collagen-building peptides to help restore your skin health and protect it from UV damage. Collagen proteins fibers are important for structure and normal function within the dermis.
Rhonda Allison C-Peptides contains Palmitoyl Tripeptide, which mimicking the skin’s mechanism to produce collagen via TGF (tissue growth factor).
UV damage produces Free Radicals, resulting in thinner skin, age spots and more wrinkled skin.
Remember Free Radical, BAD - Antioxidants, GOOD
Antioxidants in your skin care products is a strong defense against slowing down the signs of aging.
ChronoPeptide A If you’ve had side effects from other forms vitamin A or developed sun sensitivity. I recommend you use ChronoPeptide A. It contains retinaldehyde, Retinaldehyde is a less irritating form of vitamin A.
Why is vitamin A important?
Vitamin A is required for growth and development. The body takes vitamin A and through a metabolic process converts is to Retinoic acid. Tretinoin, it is derived from vitamin A, you may know it by the generic name, Retin A.
Retinol (vitamin A) also works as an antioxidant, preventing free radicals and increases collagen production.
You'll get additional benefits you use ChronoPeptide A, it contains “chrono-peptide an anti-aging ingredient that triggers the circadian genes to optimize physiological activities. O.k. I had to look it up too. They are the “clock genes” of our internal biological clock.
Also no prescription is needed for ChronoPeptide A to achieve long-term anti-aging results.