Introducing a skin care revolution: GrenzCine™ Sērum** Slow-Release
GrenzCine™ is pronounced “grenz – seen”. It stands for “Grenz” for Grenz Zone or the Epidermal-dermal Junction (EDJ), “C” for Vitamin C and “ine” for Polyamine-DAB™.
Why use GrenzCine™ Sērum**? The Vitamin C works from the inside-out and the Polyamine-DAB™ works from the outside-in. Vitamin C is known to stimulate the fibroblast to produce collagen at the dermal level and the Polyamine-DAB™ is known to encourage cell processes to be more efficient for increased efficacy at the Epidermal-dermal Junction and in the Epidermis (it makes the epidermis thicker and healthier) for a more luminous looking skin†.
Discovered by a Plastic Surgeon Researcher with 30 years of research and 5 patents on this molecule.
Who is it for?†
- Patients with thin skin
- Enhances results of skin procedures
- Laser treatments
- Chemical peels
We all know aging causes a decrease in collagen and polyamines in our skin. In addition to aging, the sun and exfoliation thins the skin. Anyone with thin skin, using retinoids, post-lasers, using glycolics, microdermabrasion, microneedling, chemical peels, etc, must use GrenzCine™ Sērum** to ensure the Epidermis and EDJ are not further compromised. Unfortunately not only our skin gets thinner, our hair, muscles, eye lashes, lips, etc also gets thinner.
As you know, over the past 20 years, the Epidermis has been collateral damage to get to the dermis. We peel it, we evaporate it, we use retinoids to dry it and to flake it. It’s a heavy compromise to get to the Dermis. We all know our Epidermis gets attacked around the clock and it needs to be taken care of.
Grenz Zone or EDJ is the area where your dermis connects to your Epidermis. This connection between the two levels of skin is vitally important due to the role it plays in cellular communication, replenishing skin growth factors, increasing moisturization and reducing TEWL, DNA repair, nutrient exchange, absorption and other skin functions. In short, healthy Grenz Zone feeds a healthy, radiant, youthful epidermis.