With the World’s First Natural, Stable Vitamin C
Give your skin the benefit of dermal therapy modalities with the balance of Certified Organic formulas containing nature’s actives at clinically proven levels.
Scientific data & Hydrophilic compound levels:
Source: biotechnology (bacterial fermentation) – non-synthetic, non-animal derived
Optimum concentration and molecular weight for:
- Moisturising and hydration   
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles   
- Increase skin elasticity   
- Wound healing support   
- Restoring barrier function 
Source: Wild harvested, Certified Organic Australian Kakadu Plum – World’s most advanced cellular extraction method. Independently verified.
Unique cellular extraction to produce the world’s first stable NATURAL Vitamin C3700mg/100g: Protects skin cells from UV damage, improves the appearance of sun damaged skin, strengthens barrier response, reduces inflammation, promotes collagen, lessens hyperpigmentation. Boosts efficacy of sunscreens actives.
Phenolic Antioxidants -Gallic Acid 4100mg/100g & Ellagic Acid 3100mg/100g : Repair/protect. Behaves like an AHA. Stronger than Vitamin E. Superior antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Reduces wrinkles and improves skin texture
- Enhances brightness, radiance and luminosity
- Increases collagen synthesis
- Improves elasticity
- Improves hydration
- Reduces pigmentation, dark spots and redness
Finger lime Caviar:
Ascorbic Acid, Tryptophan, Ferulic Acid, Coumarin Derivative, Flavone Glycosides, Byangelicin and Osthenone are major peaks found and verified by an independent Australian Government body, Southern Cross University. 2012.
Anti-ageing benefits: Collagen production, Multiplies skin cells
Glycoside – Limnocitrin : Glycosides are used in natural skin care to help absorb vital ingredients and hydrate skin. Potent antioxidant protection and immune function. Supports healthy collagen production, the main component of connective tissue.
Catechin : Ideal for anti-ageing/skin repair inducing proliferation of skin cells at low concentrations.
Rutin & Tetra-hydroxy Flavone : Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Trihydroxy Flavonone : Powerful antioxidant. Anti-inflammatory. Repair’s and protects.
Methoxy Flavone Glycoside – Limnocitrin : Facilitates absorption, hydration and immune system function. Potent antioxidant and supports collagen production.
Furanocourmarin : Induces cell growth at low concentrates supporting skin repair/healing. Antimicrobial and anti-fungicidal properties to keep skin clean.
Methoxy Flavone Glycosides : Assists in absorption of other ingredients and hydration; potent antioxidant protection.
About the Synthesis Bio-Actives used:
- Advanced Cellular Extraction
Setting new benchmarks in naturally derived phyto-activity.
- Photoactives harnessed without damaging the plant’s biomatrix
Pulling higher levels of potency and a greater range of compounds through the cell wall without damaging the plant’s biomatrix.
- Unparalleled synergy of phyto-compounds
The powerful phyto-activity harnessed in nature is not created by one compound but lies in the synergistic relationships between all its phyto-compounds and their derivatives.
Hyaluronic Acid [HA] is a fundamental element of the extracellular matrix. Due to its amazing capacity to retain water, HA is a highly desirable ingredient in moisturising creams. Further, because HA can stimulate dermal fibroblast proliferation and migration, it is also ideal for use in wrinkle-reducing and anti-ageing formulas. HA can be purchased at various molecular weights with different molecular weights eliciting different effects on the skin. For use in wound-healing support or restoring barrier function, high molecular weight is the best option.
The epidermis is the outer layer of the skin which serves to protect the body from water loss and from the environment. Immediately beneath the epidermis is a matrix comprised of structural elements collagen and fibrin which provide the basic support for the matrix. Hyaluronic acid fills in this structured system to provide insulation to the matrix and to maintain mechanical integrity. While collagen and fibrin provide the general structure and organisation for the skin, HA is what fills in the remaining space and gives healthy skin the ideal supple and elastic feel and smoothes out fine lines or wrinkles. On the other hand, degradation of HA, resulting from wound or ageing, is what leads to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. HA is capable of binding massive amounts of water. In fact, it’s water-binding capacity is greater than any other natural or synthetic polymer , a property which makes it attractive for use in topical applications to increase hydration of the skin, in anti-ageing cosmetic creams, and to provide wound healing support [6, 7].
HA improves the feel of the epidermis but also supports the function of the epidermal barrier, causing skin to feel protected and healthier 
studies have demonstrated that HA gels when applied to dermal wounds can expedite wound healing [10, 11].
HA stimulated fibroblast migration to the site of the wound, leading to increased collagen regeneration and rates of re-epithelialization 
Molecular weight is important:
50 kDa HA species have been demonstrated to most efficiently penetrate the skin in comparison to 300, 800, and 1,500 kDa species. In human volunteers, topical solutions containing 50 kDa significantly decreased the roughness of the skin whereas 300 kDa HA had no effect. Further, the appearance of wrinkles in these subjects was markedly decreased . It is also known that high molecular weight HA can stimulate activation of approximately 40 genes in keratinocytes which are related to regulation of dermal cells and the formation of cell-cell tight junctions, on intercellular bridges.
High molecular weight HA signals that the integrity of the extracellular matrix is maintained and everything is status quo, whereas very low molecular weight HA [20 kDa and below] signals matrix damage and initiates a proinflammatory response. Thus, in order to avoid increasing inflammation in the skin low or high molecular weight HA [50 kDa and greater] is generally preferred [3, 4].
To properly use a hyaluronic acid serum, it needs to be applied onto damp skin and then “sealed” in with a layer of a good moisturizer on top.
Note: Note one of the key actives in our Replenish Elixir has been proven to actually increase Hyaluronic acid synthesis in the skin, thereby moisturising from the inside, rather than putting moisture on top of the skin.