Somaxcell infuses skin with a maximum strength blend of clinically proven active ingredients, working overnight to visibly improve multiple signs of aging. The numerous benefits delivered by the Somaxcell skin-revitalizing formula include:
- Stimulating the synthesis of essential proteins to strengthen and support the skin matrix
- Providing potent antioxidants that neutralize harmful, cell-destroying free radicals in the skin
- Locking in valuable moisture to combat chronic dryness and leave the skin soft, supple and less susceptible to age-related damage
- Boosting the long-term health of skin cells, improving inflammation response and calming redness and irritation
- Repairing damage due to photoaging, pollutants and environmental toxins while supporting the skin’s own healing mechanism
Apply a thin layer of Somaxcell to the entire face after first cleansing and toning the skin, avoiding the mouth and eyes. The product should be left on the skin until fully dry, approximately 20 minutes, or for best results, applied before bedtime and worn overnight. Somaxcell can be applied as often as needed and works optimally when used as part of a complete Solvaderm skincare regime.
*Disclaimer: "The FDA has not evaluated these statements and the supplement product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Remember to read our labels and ingredient lists carefully and follow the appropriate directions for use. If you have a specific allergy or sensitivity, do not use ingredients that may trigger a reaction. An allergy patch test is recommended if there is any doubt or history of skin reactions. Discontinue use if a reaction occurs."
The natural extracts contained in the Somaxcell formula benefit all areas of the skin that show visible signs of aging including around the mouth, the forehead and cheeks.
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