Organic Anti Aging Beauty serums
The White Lotus organic Anti Aging serum is the peak of organic skin care. Composed of 100% organic ingredients it contains not a single preservative, additive, sulphate, paraben, filler or synthetic ingredient.
For further piece of mind it is certified by the UK organic Soil Association and the Vegan society.
Ultimately and most importantly it works! The ingredients have been scientifically tested and proven to reduce the visible signs of aging.
The Anti Aging beauty serum is crafted from a base of organic green tea oil which has been used for centuries in the Far East to produce younger more vibrant skin. Unlike other oils green tea oil actually reduces acne outbreaks while moisturising the skin.
The ingredients in the organic anti aging serum have been shown to –
1. Increase natural collagen production (1)
2. Regenerate skin cells (2)
3. Prevent and repair UV damage (3)
4. Reduce degradation of existing collagen (4)
5. Provide high doses of anti-oxidants (3)
The Anti Aging serum is used as a stand-alone moisturiser or to enhance the effects of the derma roller
ABOUT WHITE LOTUS
Expert Dermaroller advisor to the UK’s LARGEST beauty association,
Products developed by the author of the INTERNATIONAL Bestseller ‘Holistic Microneedling’,
UNIQUE techniques repeatedly demonstrated on National Television
It benefits derma roller use by –
1. Increasing collagen induction
2. Reducing dry skin and photo-sensitivity
The 25mL Anti Aging serum is also included in the Dermaroller kit and the Deluxe Anti Aging Pack.
1. Cho, S., Won, C. H., Lee, D. H., Lee, M. J., Lee, S., So, S.H... & Chung, J. H. J. (2009). Red ginseng root extract mixed with Torilus fructus and Corni fructus improves facial wrinkles and increases type I procollagen synthesis in human skin: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Med Food. Dec, 12(6), 1252-1259.
2. Medical College Of Georgia. (2003, April 25). Green Tea Linked To Skin Cell Rejuvenation. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 25, 2016
3. Thring, T. S., Hili, P. & Naughton, D. P. (2009). Anti-collagenase, anti-elastase and anti-oxidant activities of extracts from 21 plants. BMC Complement Altern Med. Aug 4, 9, 27.
4. Elmets, C. A., Singh, D., Tubesing, K., Matsui, M., Katiyar, S. & Mukhtar, H. (2001). Cutaneous photoprotection from ultraviolet injury by green tea polyphenols. J Am Acad Dermatol. Mar, 44(3), 425-432.