HEALING & SOOTHING THE SKIN

By Yannis Alexandrides


Your skin can face trauma and inflammation and instead of provoking further irritation, it is important to heal and soothe the complexion, aiding in its repair. With the Reparative line, your skin will be treated with powerfully active ingredients that will invigorate the complexion overall.

The Reparative line is founded upon ground-breaking research that stemmed from my surgical practice where NAC was being used in post-surgical treatments to help heal and repair the wounds as well as speed up the recovery process. From that knowledge, the products in the range are therefore inspired to heal and treat the skin. The NAC Y2 Restorative Cleansing Balm is gentle enough not to irritate the skin but still is impactful in removing the build-up, oil and impurities. Infused with antioxidants such as green tea and calming ingredients like honey, the cleanser is the perfect source to daily cleanse and heal the skin without any irritation.

NAC Y² RESTORATIVE CLEANSING BALM

I would also recommend following this up with Antioxidant Energising Essence, it delivers fast acting antioxidant properties that then preps, conditions and soothes the skin whilst ingredients like copper chlorophyll supports the skin’s repair processes. For added hydration before moisturising I would advise applying the Y Theorem Serum. Not only packed with NAC Y2, it is lightweight enough not to clog up the pores but potent enough to protect and repair stressed skin. To seal and protect the skin, I would strongly recommend implementing the Y Theorem Day Cream, it harnesses NAC Y2, a vitamin complex to fortify and repair damaged skin as well as hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump the skin. For an extra treat, I would apply a mask as often as your skin feels as though it needs it and the Y Theorem Bio Cellulose Facial Mask hydrates, supports and strengthens the complexion.

ANTIOXIDANT ENERGISING ESSENCE

Y THEOREM REPAIR SERUM

Y THEOREM BIO CELLULOSE FACIAL MASK

Y THEOREM DAY CREAM

HEALING & SOOTHING THE SKIN

By Yannis Alexandrides

Your skin can face trauma and inflammation and instead of provoking further irritation, it is important to heal and soothe the complexion, aiding in its repair. With the Reparative line, your skin will be treated with powerfully active ingredients that will invigorate the complexion overall.

The Reparative line is founded upon ground-breaking research that stemmed from my surgical practice where NAC was being used in post-surgical treatments to help heal and repair the wounds as well as speed up the recovery process. From that knowledge, the products in the range are therefore inspired to heal and treat the skin. The NAC Y2 Restorative Cleansing Balm is gentle enough not to irritate the skin but still is impactful in removing the build-up, oil and impurities. Infused with antioxidants such as green tea and calming ingredients like honey, the cleanser is the perfect source to daily cleanse and heal the skin without any irritation.

NAC Y² RESTORATIVE CLEANSING BALM

I would also recommend following this up with Antioxidant Energising Essence, it delivers fast acting antioxidant properties that then preps, conditions and soothes the skin whilst ingredients like copper chlorophyll supports the skin’s repair processes. For added hydration before moisturising I would advise applying the Y Theorem Serum. Not only packed with NAC Y2, it is lightweight enough not to clog up the pores but potent enough to protect and repair stressed skin. To seal and protect the skin, I would strongly recommend implementing the Y Theorem Day Cream, it harnesses NAC Y2, a vitamin complex to fortify and repair damaged skin as well as hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump the skin. For an extra treat, I would apply a mask as often as your skin feels as though it needs it and the Y Theorem Bio Cellulose Facial Mask hydrates, supports and strengthens the complexion.

ANTIOXIDANT ENERGISING ESSENCE

Y THEOREM REPAIR SERUM

Y THEOREM BIO CELLULOSE FACIAL MASK

Y THEOREM DAY CREAM

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