ReFine™ Therapeutic Skin Serum with DMAE, Hyaluronic Acid & Polypeptides (1 fl.oz.)
ReFine™ contains important nutrients for skin repair & improved overall appearance. Our skin care serum is a thin, non-oily, hypoallergenic, alcohol-free, daily-use product and can be used under make up.
What is ReFine™ ?ReFine™ is a topical therapeutic skin serum for the face and neck. Containing important nutrients for skin care including DMAE, ReFine™ therapeutic skin serum is paraben-free and recommended for daily use.
Health Benefits Of ReFine Therapeutic Skin SerumReFine™ contains additional nutrients for healthy skin:
- Alpha Lipoic Acid: to protect cell damage from free radicals
- DMAE: improving skin texture
- Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3: to reduce wrinkles, thicken skin
- Hyaluronic Acid: also helps to reduce wrinkles
- Vitamin C: for skin elasticity and texture
- Olive Squalane: to moisturize & promote healingAll these supplements are available in one complete skin care product, safe for daily use on face and neck.
ReFine™ is a Great ValueReFine™ Therapeutic Skin Serum contains the special added nutrients listed above plus Organic Aloe Vera Gel, and Green Tea Extract, which all contribute to healthy skin, provide powerful protection against the oxidative damage from free radicals, and aid in skin repair. Free of phthalates, parabens, propylene glycol (PEGs), ethoxylates, acrylates, ureas, EDTA, artificial fragrances and colors. ReFine is hypoallergenic and not tested on animals. ReFine™ comes with a convenient pump top for easy application, and can be used in conjunction with CoQ10 Night Repair Cream.Try ReFine™ from Whole Health and take advantage of all the powerful nutrients for skin care, including DMAE, that contribute to improved texture and elasticity while reducing the appearance of wrinkles… in one hypoallergenic serum for daily use.
- Supplement Facts
- Health Notes
DMAEFind ProductsAlso indexed as:2-Dimethylaminoethanol, Dimethylaminoethanol
DMAE (2-dimethylaminoethanol) is a chemical produced in the brain.
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:
Used for Amount WhyAlzheimer’s Disease Refer to label instructions [1 star]DMAE (2-dimethylaminoethanol) may increase levels of a brain neurotransmitter, which may foster positive behavior changes in people with dementia.Tardive Dyskinesia Refer to label instructions [1 star]Taking dimethylaminoethanol may help reduce symptoms.
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