Adenosine is a well-researched anti-ageing and soothing ingredient. It is produced naturally in the body, but can also be derived from yeast. It works by stimulating the skin's own collagen production process, to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It also has anti-inflammatory and barrier repair benefits, so is a fantastic multi-functional skincare ingredient.
Adenosine is a skincare ingredient derived from yeast or produced synthetically. It is known for its ability to improve various signs of aging and promote smoother, more youthful-looking skin.
Provides soothing and skin-restoring properties, and studies indicate potential for anti-ageing and wrinkle improvement.
If any of the following apply Adenosine might be a good option for you:
Dry and dehydrated skin
Impaired skin barrier
If any of the following apply it might be best to avoid Adenosine:
"Paula's Choice" 10% Azelaic acid booster
"Skinceuticals" HA Intensifier Serum
"Paula's Choice" Hyaluronic acid booster
"AHC" Hydrating Aqualuronic Face Serum
"AHC" Hydrating Aqualuronic Toner
"Vichy" Liftactiv Hyalu mask
"Vichy" Mineral 89 Eyes Hyaluronic Acid Eye Fortifier
"Vichy" Neovadiol Phytosculpt Face & Neck
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