Dr. Spiller exclusive Hydratain® technology
Moisture barrier function replicates
(lanolin, beeswax, lecithin and botanical oils)
(vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6 & B9)
Biomimetically replicates the skin’s own natural moistureprotectiveh barrier function for hydration and protection against environmental drying.
Visibly reduces redness to renew the complexion.
Binds water for potent hydration.
Reduce TEWL for increased hydration efficacy and moisture protection.
Visibly reduces redness, restores moisture and skin repair.
HORSE CHESTNUT, ARNICA & SOLOMON’S SEAL
Antioxidants rich in polyphenols, flavonoids, tannins and
BARLEY, BALLOON PLANT, PATTERSON’S CURSE
Potent antioxidants rich in polyphenols, flavonoids, tannins, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 & B9, beta carotene and beta glucan.
PANTHENOL (PRO-VITAMIN B5)
Present in all living cells. Readily absorbed and penetrates deeply. Intensely hydrating, has powerful anti inflammatory properties. Deficiency of vitamin B5 can lead to dermatological disorders.
A barrier functioning skin protectant rich in biomimetic wax esters, triglycerides and fatty acids.
A natural wax that contains biomimetic wax esters to provide superior moisture barrier function.
Biomimetic protectant found naturally in the acid mantle to protect against TEWL.
A skin-identical potent antioxidant, naturally secreted by the sebaceous gland for environmental moisture protection.
A potent antioxidant that nurtures natural collagen synthesis for a more supple appearance.
Biomimetic NMF to bind moisture for increased hydration.
HOW TO USE
AM and PM after cleansing, toning with the appropriate Dr. Spiller products and correcting with Anti Couperose Gel, apply a pearl sized amount of Anti Couperose Cream evenly to the face and neck.
DR SPILLERS RX
Heat, spicy foods, acidic diets and climate changes can all affect and increase skin flushing. Broken capillaries are not broken but rather have stretched walls where blood can pool. Menopause can lead to hormonal changes & skin flushing. Rosacea has no known cause although it is most predominant in females, aged 30 upwards with an Anglo Celtic heritage.