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Aqua (Water), Glycerin6, SD Alcohol 3-C (Ethanol) , D-trehalose1, Epidermal Growth Factor9 (EGF), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Tetrahydrocurcuminoids2 (Tetrahydrodiferuloylmethane), L-menthol5, Superoxide Dismutase3, Copper Gluconate10, L-glutathione, Resveratrol4, Spin Trap (Phenyl Butyl Nitrone), Aminoguanidine, Fullersomes8, Vanilla Planifolia Oil, Melissa Officinalis Leaf Oil, Gluconolactone7, Sodium Benzoate

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IngredientWhat it does
1trehalosehumectant moisturizer; skin-repairing ingredient
2Tetrahydrocurcuminoidsanti-inflammatory antioxidant; proven skin lightener; also improves shelf life of formulations
3superoxide dismutaseproven potent antioxidant
4resveratrolproven antioxidant; anti-inflammatory
5mentholAnti-bacterial astringent; fragrance; that cooling feeling is your skin being irritated
6GlycerinA humectant moisturizer; usually used as a base in (light) moisturizers
7gluconolactoneserves as a skin conditioner/exfoliant (hydrolyses to Gluconic Acid) & chelator; also used as part of a preservative system
8FullersomesA patented and trademarked skin actives delivery system; generally hydrophobic molecules extremely small in size.
9epidermal growth factorstimulates epidermal cell growth and proliferation; shown to speed the healing of wounds, burns and reduce scarring. There is also research showing that its effect is no different from that of a placebo and that it may not be effective at all. It can have anti-inflammatory properties when applied to skin, although it also can promote tumor growth (it's unclear whether the source means when taken internally or applied topically). EGF has also been shown to help healing of diabetic ulcers. All of the research that does exist on EGFs has primarily studied their short-term use for wound healing.
10copper gluconateskin-conditioning and protecting antioxidant

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