Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - THE BEAUTY -

is new li­po­some, cre­ated by us­ing two types of ac­ti­vat­ing phos­pho­lipids, may be the star in­gre­di­ent, but there are also other great nat­u­ral sources in the liq­uid that help speed up the stra­tum corneum re­pair process. PMZ, an acro­nym for Po­ten­tial Max­i­mizer, is a com­pound formed by the lo­quat leaf ex­tract, which has great anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties. The butcher’s broom root ex­tract can heal dam­aged der­mal lay­ers. The com­bi­na­tion of these in­gre­di­ents ef­fec­tively kick­start the skin ca­pac­i­tors, ex­pand them, and im­prove cell func­tions all at the same time.

So, should this be treated as a toner, serum, or pre-serum? “I think the serum is ba­si­cally ef­fec­tive for spe­cific prob­lems. The serum is like a sup­ple­ment. By giv­ing your skin higher qual­ity food, you don’t have to spend a lot of time and money on a sup­ple­ment,” ex­plains Ishii. “The Treat­ment Liq­uid can re­place your lo­tion, a hy­drat­ing prod­uct be­fore you cap it with your cream.”

The first media un­veil­ing of the ground­break­ing science be­hind the Li­po­some Treat­ment Liq­uid in Tokyo

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