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Anti age lipoic complex Cream

77,00 € each Weight: 50 g


Anti age lipoic complex Cream has as main ingredient lipoic acid which makes its formulation very interesting.
It allows ingredients of other creams used with it to penetrate into the skin , increasing the efficacity.
It is recommended to use it in combination with Peeling de Luxe as 1 st step Anti age lipoic complex Cream, 2 nd step TCA 8 or 10%, 3rd step peeling de luxe.
Its indications are the followings :

  • to treat the stretch marks ( Anti age lipoic complex Cream as 1 st step, Peeling de Luxe as 2 nd step - before going to bed) - each day until you get results but you begin to see an approvemnt from the 5 th day of application.
  • to treat the wrinkles ( same protocol as for stretch marks)
  • for men, it is recommended to use it after hair removal.

Possible beneficial effects 

Lipoic acid has been the subject of numerous research studies and clinical trials:


  • Accelerate chronic wound healing
  • Reduce iron overload
  • Prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Treat chronic diseases associated with oxidative stress
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Treat peripheral artery disease.



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