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The new TIME-FILLER INTENSIVE serum by French aesthetic laboratory,
FILORGA, is inspired by the efficacy of injectables
And promises to smooth all types of wrinkles,
Iincluding those on the neck,
In just seven days.
Its secret: the iconic TIME-FILLER core formula,
Concentrated in active ingredients
Inspired by aesthetic medicine techniques to relax,
Smooth and plump the skin of the face,
And now enhanced with a restructuring plant active ingredient
Targeted to smooth out neck wrinkles.
A core formula inspired,
By 5 aesthetic medicine techniques:
- Expression wrinkles [inspired by botulinum toxin injections]:
- Deep wrinkles [inspired by filling injections]:
collagen-boosting matrikines + filling HA
- Surface wrinkles [inspired by peels]:
smoothing sea fennel
- Dehydration wrinkles [inspired by revitalisation injections]:
water-capturing plant extract + NCEF
Relaxed features, filled-in wrinkles, smoother
And plumper skin
Neck wrinkles [inspired by thread lifts]: restructuring plant extract
Restructured epidermal support layer, smoothed neck wrinkles
INSPIRED BY THREAD LIFTS:
SMOOTHEN NECK WRINKLES
A new fifth skin wrinkle has recently surfaced:
The neck wrinkle.
This notoriously hard to remedy wrinkle is a growing concern among many people,
Primarily due to the overuse of smartphones.
Drawing inspiration from thread lifts,
NEW ingredient restructuring plant extract is added,
A revolutionary correction for the notorious wrinkle.
It restructures the epidermal support layer and collagen fibres,
Increasing their density and stimulating collagen synthesis for smoother skin.
The efficacy of Filorga’s anti-wrinkle series has been clinically proven
Under dermatological control and suitable for all women
Wanting to simultaneously treat all their types of wrinkles.
This serum is recommended for use in the morning and evening,
Before cream, to the entire face and neck.
Overall, the product is ultra-light,
Eenhanced by tightening polysaccharides
For the desired quick smoothing action.
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