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Geek & Gorgeous Stress Less Soothing Serum with 0.2% Oat Beta Glucan & 0.3% Madecassoside (Centella Asiatica/Cica)

A calming elixir with super-comforting molecules that obscure redness, rejuvenate and even your sensitive complexion.

  • Light-as-air liquid gel
  • 0.3% Madecassoside rebuilds skin structure
  • 0.2% Beta-Glucan relieves redness
  • Saccharide Isomerate wraps skin in soothing hydration
  • Strengthens irritated, dehydrated & weakened skin barrier

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      30 ml

      What makes this product unique?

      Those bombarded with high concentrations of ingredients might be wondering how much 0.2% - 0.3% of actives could perform on skin. The truth is that, well-studied supermolecules don’t need high percentage to give marvellous results.

      Studies on Madecassoside have shown:-
      - 0.05% inhibits UV-induced pigmentation
      - 0.1% prevents signs of aging
      - 0.2% supports barrier functions & discharges redness and itchiness

      Madecassoside is the soul of Centella Asiatica Extract. A gigantic weight of Centella Asiatica leaves derives merely a small amount of purified Centella Asiatica Extract. Scarce filtrates of the Centella Asiatica Extract further essence out the finally pure, ultra-precious Madecassoside. Truth be told, 0.3% Madecassoside concentrate marks a highly-functional yet appropriate potency for all skin types.

      On the other hand, for Beta-Glucan deliberately derived from Oat, research reveals that:-
      - 0.05% speeds up injured barrier recovery
      - 0.1% firms and smooths skin texture

      Immersed in Saccharide Isomerate (a hydrating humectant that magnets moisture and binds water to the skin long-lastingly), Geek & Gorgeous Stress Less levels up the peace-giving game by including 0.3% Madecassoside & 0.2% Beta-Glucan for maximum anti-irritating & anti-aging benefits.

      All Geek & Gorgeous products are fragrance free, alcohol free and never tested on animals.

      What does it do?

      Defusing tetchy, redness-prone appearance, Geek & Gorgeous Stress Less’ weightless, aqueous supermolecules (Madecassoside & Beta-Glucan) melt into the skin to start restoring damaged, inflamed structures from overuse of skincare actives or environmental irritations. The perfect solution that transports calm to your persistently blotchy complexion, this serum also delivers a welcome wave of moisture to dehydrated skin, and acts quickly to cast a calmer and more harmonious barrier function.

      Who is this product for?

      A protective serum for all skin types, especially sensitive or dehydrated skin. Best for use in couple with strong actives to buffer possible irritations.

      Aqua (Water), Methyl Gluceth-20, Saccharide Isomerate, Glycerin, Madecassoside, Beta-Glucan, 1,2-Hexanediol, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Caprylyl Glycol, Carbomer, Sodium Hydroxide, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol

      Smooth a few drops of Stress Less to the face and neck after cleansing, before applying creams. Can be used either in the AM and/or PM.

      International Journal of Cosmetic Science, Volume 27 (5) – Oct 1, 2005, Anti‐Wrinkle Therapy: Significant New Findings in the Non‐Invasive Cosmetic Treatment of Skin Wrinkles with Beta‐Glucan

      Phytotherapy Research, , Volume 28 (2) – Oct 1, 2005, Skin Health Promotion Effects of Natural Beta‐Glucan Derived from Cereals and Microorganisms: A Review

      Shen, Xueqing, et al. "Propionibacterium acnes related anti-inflammation and skin hydration activities of madecassoside, a pentacyclic triterpene saponin from Centella asiatica." Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 83.3 (2019): 561-568.

      Liu, Mei, et al. "Madecassoside isolated from Centella asiatica herbs facilitates burn wound healing in mice." Planta medica 74.08 (2008): 809-815.

      Haftek, Marek, et al. "Clinical, biometric and structural evaluation of the long‐term effects of a topical treatment with ascorbic acid and madecassoside in photoaged human skin." Experimental dermatology 17.11 (2008): 946-952.

      Jung, Eunsun, et al. "Madecassoside inhibits melanin synthesis by blocking ultraviolet-induced inflammation." Molecules 18.12 (2013): 15724-15736.