Restorsea Day Cream
"Unlike a chicken, [salmon] can't physically break through their shell," Pao says. "So they release this enzyme that dissolves the cells allowing them to swim out." That enzyme, Aquabeautine XL, forms the core of Restorsea. But what does it do to human skin? It exfoliates the top layer, leaving the new skin untouched, plumping up fine lines, and brightening along the way.
Like all stories, the big question is, "Does it really work?" I've been using Restorsea's Day Cream ($150) for three months now and noticed visibly brighter skin. Since it's clinically proven to reduce wrinkles, discoloration, and other signs of aging, I also gave it to my 47-year-old aunt. After two weeks she called me and said, "Sign me up!"
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