High-Potency Serum is a lightweight liquid containing the full complement of the Cellex-C signature ingredients — pure L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C), tyrosine and zinc sulphate. The serum works synergistically to encourage a firm, youthful, elastic quality in the skin.
*Cellex-C treatment formulations should be applied every 24 hours.
USE: Morning or Night.
SKIN TYPE: Suitable for all, except extremely sensitive skin.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Ascorbic acid, Tyrosine, Zinc, Bioflavonoids.
SIZE: 30 mL / 1 Fl. Oz.
Made in Canada.
June 13, 2017
I began using your products in the early 90s. My mother who was in the skincare business recommended the product...Best advice I ever took from my mother. I incorporate a three step routine daily. Cellex-C Serum, Hydra 5 B-Complex and Seline-E (sometimes alternating with GLA). I can without the slightest hesitation state this product lives up to it's claims 100%. I am 61 yrs old and have the skin of someone in there early to mid forties. No one to this day outside of my immediate family has ever come close to guessing my actual chronological age. Most laugh with disbelief when I tell them my real age.
January 3, 2017
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Cellex-C give actual results get rid of fine wrinkles while evening out T-zones with dry areas. I've used it for over 15 years and had the chance to try its competitors. Cellex-C High Potency and Hydra B Complex together works wonders. It's really the best there is.
November 30, 2016
Featured in Beauty Report — The Ultimate Beauty Product Shopping Resource, 2017.
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Why it's great: Users say this anti-aging serum is "worth every penny," as it leaves skin "looking even-toned and feeling as soft as a baby's bottom." Reviewers say it also "resolved acne and took away fine lines and wrinkles" and didn't leave skin feeling oily. "I highly recommend it for anyone with oily skin and/or acne," says one user. "It's amazing!"
Try to save your skin — Topical vitamin C treatments are all the rage among facialists and dermatologists, and they’re even popping up at cosmetic counters. The trend can be traced back to the now classic Cellex-C Serum, which has debuted in 1994 and whose cult status has triggered a swarm of mimics.