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Smoother, more hydrated skin

Goal: Anti-Aging

  • Two clinically proven age-busting ingredients
  • Cycloastragenol and alagebrium help fight aging of the skin
  • Effects noticeable within a couple of weeks
  • Smoother skin, with a healthier glow
  • Dozens of references back up the power of these ingredients
  • Further optimise results by lowering sugar intake
  • Fight back against the appearance of fine lines/wrinkles
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Hydrapharm Elixium ingredients & nutrition facts

Advanced glycation end (AGE) products contribute to cellular decay which manifests itself by contributing to aging of the skin. Elixium contains AGE-Breakers to help restore your glow and help win the fight against AGE!

Ingredients: Purified Water, Vegetable Glycerine, Sunflower Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Caprylic or Capric Triglyceride, Almond Sweet Oil, Shea Butter, Macadamia Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Natural Vitamin E, Ceteareth 20, Stearic Acid, Cycloastragenol, Alagebrium, Caprylyl Glycol, Carbomer, Dimethicone, Soya Bean Oil, Sodium Hydroxide

**Paraben-free, Sulphate-free, Artificial colour-free, Animal testing-free

Warning: For external use only.

Elixium dosage & how to use

After washing and drying your face apply Elixium Anti-Aging Serum to the face once or twice a day.
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Why

Elixium combines AGE-breaking nutraceuticals which help combat the formation of cross-linking proteins which play a key role in accelerating the aging process. By breaking the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGE), Elixium can help improve skin texture, and tone with results seen in as little as a couple of weeks. Expect to see results in just a couple of weeks. Combine with Hydrapharm Immortal and Cycloastragenol capsules for a total anti-aging solution.

When

Elixum should be used at least once a day on clean skin and for best results be utilised on an ongoing basis as once you discontinue use the results will fade slowly over time.

Who

Elixium is a cosmetic aimed at those seeking to improve the appearance of their skin, and restore the glow that may have been lost with age as well as those seeking to prevent this happening in the first place.

Predator Nutrition Elixium Review

The Elixium Origin Story

Elixium is a product with a serendipitous origin. One of the R&D members at Hydrapharm was remarking to a biochemist friend he was meeting how the field of anti-aging supplementation seemed focused on supplements as opposed to cosmetics, despite the market for cosmetics being much larger than that for supplements. Furthermore, the cosmetics industry was one where he argued pseudoscience dominates and it did not make sense this field was ignored, after all we all want to look good.

At that point his friend mentioned how actually he had developed a formula which his wife had used for the past two years and suitably intrigued, they started to discuss potential ingredients to add or subtract into such a product. While the product had worked well for his wife, the biochemist was not interested in the field of cosmetics so that initial conversation led to the genesis of Elixium, with a couple of tweaks made to the formulation over the years.

To understand this product, here is a short primer on the issues it seeks to help overcome.

What causes aging of the skin?

The rate at which skin ages is down to more than just our chronological age with other key factors including diet, exercise, genetics, exposure to sunlight, stress response activation, and ingestion of toxic substances such as alcohol and cigarettes. Some of these can be altered by us easily, with others being more difficult to do or even impossible in the case of changing our genes.

What is particularly difficult to overcome are the negative effects of a lifetime’s worth of doing the wrong kind of things. This can mean two very similar individuals, even if they’re from the same family, can appear to age at significantly different rates.

The science behind aging

Aging is a multifactorial process about which we are still finding out more information every year. However there are two key processes which can definitely contribute to accelerated aging which we need to understand at the granular level.

The role played by telomere shortening

Telomeres are DNA sequences which occur at the end of your chromosomes. Aging is associated with a shortening of these structures, something which numerous studies have validated.[1][2][3] Not only does telomere shortening contribute to aging but those with shorter telomeres are found to be at greater risk of a host of disorders as these studies cited show.

One of the ingredients included in Elixium is a telomerase activator, cycloastrageol, a substance which has been shown to activate telomerase[4][5] and extend telomere length[6] with applications considered for the treatment of aging-related diseases including improving skin fitness and improving skin healing[7][8]. Cycloastragenol is readily absorbed through the skin and has research supporting its ability to reduce inflammation of the skin[9], improve skin texture, reduce redness, improve skin colour and clarity, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.[10][11]

Taken orally, cycloastragenol has yet more benefits by virtue of its inherent anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects[12] and it is considered one of the most promising nutraceuticals for those interested in anti-aging supplementation which is one reason this was originally introduced by Hydrapharm in their oral cycloastragenol product.

How Glycation leads to AGEs that cause aging

Among the various pathways which contribute to aging perhaps the primary culprit is the process of glycation which is a process where a sugar binds to a protein. Glycation has long been considered to play a significant role in the aging process[13][14][15] with glycation of proteins resulting in crosslinking and the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) contributing to aged skin[16][17][18]. These AGEs are detrimental to a host of conditions being contributing factors to a host of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, kidney failure, and Alzheimer’s as well as acting as a biomarker for aging[19][20]. However, the most abundant protein in the body is collagen[21] which is found in the skin of course, and with age we see decreased levels which results in worsening skin texture.

At this point it may be helpful to know that one of the biggest contributors to the glycation process is through a diet high in sugar[22] or even complex carbohydrates especially if ingested at a time when insulin sensitivity is reduced (meaning you are less able to utilise insulin for directing nutrients to muscle) with high sugar intakes directly implicated to premature aging[23][24]. Something to think about the next time you think about going for dessert?

Could AGE-Breakers unlock the path to better aging?

Now we know how important glycation and advanced glycation end products are in causing aging to occur we turn our attention to the potential of AGE-breakers to help combat the formation of these end products.

Within the Elixium formula we have included an AGE-breaker (alagebrium aka ALT-711). This particular compound has largely been investigated as a treatment for some aging associated diseases such as improving sexual function in type 1 diabetics more than insulin alone[25] cardiovascular pathologies[26][27], diabetes[28][29][30][31] (also linked to formation of AGEs) but also as a topical for improving the appearance of skin, something which has been demonstrated with topical use improving skin hydration[32] as well as helping maintain an optimal level of oxygenation whilst minimising the lack of blood flow to the skin which can occur as we age[33] and improving dermal tissue repair [34] with less potent ingredients which act similarly to alagebrium already employed in some anti-wrinkle creams.[35]

What to expect from Elixium and what else you can do

Elixium is far more than two ingredients and is also designed to help protect the skin through acting as an effective moisturiser, aiding hydration, and supporting your skin to look its best. With typical results noticed in a couple of weeks, we recommend using this in conjunction with a low sugar diet, while avoiding too many foods which trigger the so-called Maillard Reaction, a process that accelerates the formation of advanced glycation end products, exactly the thing we want to avoid. In addition, users of Elixium should also ensure they exercise regularly, whilst those wanting the very best in anti-aging results should consider taking this alongside the other Hydrapharm anti-aging series products, Immortal and the oral cycloastragenol product, both of which will provide an additive effect that works both inside and out.

Lastly, we advise that for those who are not currently needing this type of product, you should consider winning the fight that will come before you by starting on this early as prevention is always better than cure.


[1] Telomeres and aging (2008): Geraldine Aubert, Peter M Lansdorp

[2] Telomere Length as a Marker of Biological Age: State-of-the-Art, Open Issues, and Future Perspectives (2021): Alexander Vaiserman and Dmytro Krasnienkov

[3] Telomeres, lifestyle, cancer, and aging (2011): Masood A. Shammas

[4] Cycloastragenol Is a Potent Telomerase Activator in Neuronal Cells: Implications for Depression Management (2014): Fanny Ip

[5] Cycloastragenol and Astragaloside IV activate telomerase and protect nucleus pulposus cells against high glucose-induced senescence and apoptosis (2021): Haofeng Hong et al.

[6] Enhancement of telomere maintenance using telomerase activation in human cells (2014): L.G. Robinson Jr, M.L. Seth-Smith,L. Wang,F. Wang, D.L. Keefe

[7] Cycloastragenol: An exciting novel candidate for age-associated diseases (2018): Yongje Yu

[8] Astragaloside VI and cycloastragenol-6-O-beta-D-glucoside promote wound healing in vitro and in vivo (2018): Shih-Yu Lee

[9] Inhibition of NLRP3 inflammasome-mediated pyroptosis in macrophage by cycloastragenol contributes to amelioration of imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like skin inflammation in mice (2019): Guoliang Deng et al.

[10] Evaluation of a Novel Anti-Aging Topical Formulation Containing Cycloastragenol, Growth Factors, Peptides, and Antioxidants (2014): Robert A. Weiss MD FAAD FACPh and Margaret A. Weiss MD

[11] Triterpenes with healing activity: A systematic review (2015): Lais C Agra, Jamylle N S Ferro, Fabiano T Barbosa, Emiliano Barreto 

[12] Cycloastragenol ameliorates experimental heart damage in rats by promoting myocardial autophagy via inhibition of AKT1-RPS6KB1 signaling (2018): Jing Wang et al.

[13] Effect of glycation inhibitors on aging and age-related diseases (2016):Izabela Sadowska-Bartosz, Grzegorz Bartosz

[14] Does accumulation of advanced glycation end products contribute to the aging phenotype? (2010): Richard D Semba, Emily J Nicklett, Luigi Ferrucci

[15] Chronic Inflammation: Accelerator of Biological Aging (2017): Bertrand Fougère, Eric Boulanger, Fati Nourhashémi, Sophie Guyonnet, Matteo Cesari

[16] Advanced glycation end products: Key players in skin aging? (2012): Paraskevi Gkogkolou, Markus Böhm

[17] Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs): Emerging Mediators of Skin Aging (2015): Nora MONTERO MARTIN

[18] Oxidative Stress and Advanced Lipoxidation and Glycation End Products (ALEs and AGEs) in Aging and Age-Related Diseases(2019):Nurbubu T Moldogazieva, Innokenty M Mokhosoev, Tatiana I Mel'nikova, Yuri B Porozov, Alexander A Terentiev

[19] Biomarkers of Aging: From Function to Molecular Biology (2016): Karl-Heinz Wagner et al.

[20] Glucose, glycation and aging (2004): George Suji, S Sivakami

[21] Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs) May Be a Striking Link Between Modern Diet and Health (2019): Vidhu Gill et al.

[22] Nutrition and aging skin: sugar and glycation (2010): F William Danby

[23] Galactose-Induced Skin Aging: The Role of Oxidative Stress (2020): Bauyrzhan Umbayev

[24] Sugar Sag: Glycation and the Role of Diet in Aging Skin (2015): H P Nguyen, R Katta

[25] AGE-breaker ALT-711 plus insulin could restore erectile function in streptozocin-induced type 1 diabetic rats (2014) :L. Wang, Wenjie Tian, +5 authors Z. Xin

[26] Alagebrium chloride protects the heart against oxidative stress in aging rats (2009): Yan Guo, Miao Lu, Jin Qian, Yun-lin Cheng

[27] Advanced glycation end-product cross-link breakers. A novel approach to cardiovascular pathologies related to the aging process (2004): George L Bakris, Alan J Bank, David A Kass, Joel M Neutel, Richard A Preston, Suzanne Oparil

[28] Alagebrium and Complications of Diabetes Mellitus (2019): Cigdem Toprak, Semra Yigitaslan

[29] Role of the AGE crosslink breaker, alagebrium, as a renoprotective agent in diabetes (2007): M T Coughlan, J M Forbes, M E Cooper

[30] Advanced glycation end product interventions reduce diabetes-accelerated atherosclerosis (2004): Josephine M Forbes et al

[31] Renoprotective antioxidant effect of alagebrium in experimental diabetes (2011): Jehyun Park, Min Kyung Kwon, Joo Young Huh, Won Jun Choi, Lak Shin Jeong, Ryoji Nagai, Wan Young Kim, Jin Kim, Geun Taek Lee, Hi Bahl Lee, Hunjoo Ha

[32] Therapeutic potential of breakers of advanced glycation end product-protein crosslinks (2003): Sara Vasan, Peter Foiles, Hank Founds

[33] Alteration of Pressure-Induced Vasodilation in Aging and Diabetes, a Neuro-Vascular Damage (2019): Maxime Fouchard, Laurent Misery, Raphaële Le Garrec, Dominique Sigaudo-Roussel, Bérengère Fromy

[34] https://www.thailandmedical.news/news/anti-aging-drug-,alt-711-(alagebrium-chloride)-again-gaining-prominence-due-to-new-studies

[35] Compound Restores Youth To Aging Arterial Cells In Elderly Hypertensives, Hopkins Study Shows (2005): Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

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Noticeable difference

I’ve been using elixium for a couple of weeks now and can say that my skin feels more hydrated, and smoother. I can’t say if it’s reduced lines as I don’t really have any but it’s definitely produced a difference I can tell. I took before and after photos but unfortunately there’s no way to share them on here (predator you ought to have that capability cos Amazon for one do and you can’t really showcase a product like this without that feature).

Hydrapharm Elixium Anti-Aging Serum
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Predator Nutrition Elixium Review

The Elixium Origin Story

Elixium is a product with a serendipitous origin. One of the R&D members at Hydrapharm was remarking to a biochemist friend he was meeting how the field of anti-aging supplementation seemed focused on supplements as opposed to cosmetics, despite the market for cosmetics being much larger than that for supplements. Furthermore, the cosmetics industry was one where he argued pseudoscience dominates and it did not make sense this field was ignored, after all we all want to look good.

At that point his friend mentioned how actually he had developed a formula which his wife had used for the past two years and suitably intrigued, they started to discuss potential ingredients to add or subtract into such a product. While the product had worked well for his wife, the biochemist was not interested in the field of cosmetics so that initial conversation led to the genesis of Elixium, with a couple of tweaks made to the formulation over the years.

To understand this product, here is a short primer on the issues it seeks to help overcome.

What causes aging of the skin?

The rate at which skin ages is down to more than just our chronological age with other key factors including diet, exercise, genetics, exposure to sunlight, stress response activation, and ingestion of toxic substances such as alcohol and cigarettes. Some of these can be altered by us easily, with others being more difficult to do or even impossible in the case of changing our genes.

What is particularly difficult to overcome are the negative effects of a lifetime’s worth of doing the wrong kind of things. This can mean two very similar individuals, even if they’re from the same family, can appear to age at significantly different rates.

The science behind aging

Aging is a multifactorial process about which we are still finding out more information every year. However there are two key processes which can definitely contribute to accelerated aging which we need to understand at the granular level.

The role played by telomere shortening

Telomeres are DNA sequences which occur at the end of your chromosomes. Aging is associated with a shortening of these structures, something which numerous studies have validated.[1][2][3] Not only does telomere shortening contribute to aging but those with shorter telomeres are found to be at greater risk of a host of disorders as these studies cited show.

One of the ingredients included in Elixium is a telomerase activator, cycloastrageol, a substance which has been shown to activate telomerase[4][5] and extend telomere length[6] with applications considered for the treatment of aging-related diseases including improving skin fitness and improving skin healing[7][8]. Cycloastragenol is readily absorbed through the skin and has research supporting its ability to reduce inflammation of the skin[9], improve skin texture, reduce redness, improve skin colour and clarity, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.[10][11]

Taken orally, cycloastragenol has yet more benefits by virtue of its inherent anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects[12] and it is considered one of the most promising nutraceuticals for those interested in anti-aging supplementation which is one reason this was originally introduced by Hydrapharm in their oral cycloastragenol product.

How Glycation leads to AGEs that cause aging

Among the various pathways which contribute to aging perhaps the primary culprit is the process of glycation which is a process where a sugar binds to a protein. Glycation has long been considered to play a significant role in the aging process[13][14][15] with glycation of proteins resulting in crosslinking and the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGEs) contributing to aged skin[16][17][18]. These AGEs are detrimental to a host of conditions being contributing factors to a host of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, kidney failure, and Alzheimer’s as well as acting as a biomarker for aging[19][20]. However, the most abundant protein in the body is collagen[21] which is found in the skin of course, and with age we see decreased levels which results in worsening skin texture.

At this point it may be helpful to know that one of the biggest contributors to the glycation process is through a diet high in sugar[22] or even complex carbohydrates especially if ingested at a time when insulin sensitivity is reduced (meaning you are less able to utilise insulin for directing nutrients to muscle) with high sugar intakes directly implicated to premature aging[23][24]. Something to think about the next time you think about going for dessert?

Could AGE-Breakers unlock the path to better aging?

Now we know how important glycation and advanced glycation end products are in causing aging to occur we turn our attention to the potential of AGE-breakers to help combat the formation of these end products.

Within the Elixium formula we have included an AGE-breaker (alagebrium aka ALT-711). This particular compound has largely been investigated as a treatment for some aging associated diseases such as improving sexual function in type 1 diabetics more than insulin alone[25] cardiovascular pathologies[26][27], diabetes[28][29][30][31] (also linked to formation of AGEs) but also as a topical for improving the appearance of skin, something which has been demonstrated with topical use improving skin hydration[32] as well as helping maintain an optimal level of oxygenation whilst minimising the lack of blood flow to the skin which can occur as we age[33] and improving dermal tissue repair [34] with less potent ingredients which act similarly to alagebrium already employed in some anti-wrinkle creams.[35]

What to expect from Elixium and what else you can do

Elixium is far more than two ingredients and is also designed to help protect the skin through acting as an effective moisturiser, aiding hydration, and supporting your skin to look its best. With typical results noticed in a couple of weeks, we recommend using this in conjunction with a low sugar diet, while avoiding too many foods which trigger the so-called Maillard Reaction, a process that accelerates the formation of advanced glycation end products, exactly the thing we want to avoid. In addition, users of Elixium should also ensure they exercise regularly, whilst those wanting the very best in anti-aging results should consider taking this alongside the other Hydrapharm anti-aging series products, Immortal and the oral cycloastragenol product, both of which will provide an additive effect that works both inside and out.

Lastly, we advise that for those who are not currently needing this type of product, you should consider winning the fight that will come before you by starting on this early as prevention is always better than cure.


[1] Telomeres and aging (2008): Geraldine Aubert, Peter M Lansdorp

[2] Telomere Length as a Marker of Biological Age: State-of-the-Art, Open Issues, and Future Perspectives (2021): Alexander Vaiserman and Dmytro Krasnienkov

[3] Telomeres, lifestyle, cancer, and aging (2011): Masood A. Shammas

[4] Cycloastragenol Is a Potent Telomerase Activator in Neuronal Cells: Implications for Depression Management (2014): Fanny Ip

[5] Cycloastragenol and Astragaloside IV activate telomerase and protect nucleus pulposus cells against high glucose-induced senescence and apoptosis (2021): Haofeng Hong et al.

[6] Enhancement of telomere maintenance using telomerase activation in human cells (2014): L.G. Robinson Jr, M.L. Seth-Smith,L. Wang,F. Wang, D.L. Keefe

[7] Cycloastragenol: An exciting novel candidate for age-associated diseases (2018): Yongje Yu

[8] Astragaloside VI and cycloastragenol-6-O-beta-D-glucoside promote wound healing in vitro and in vivo (2018): Shih-Yu Lee

[9] Inhibition of NLRP3 inflammasome-mediated pyroptosis in macrophage by cycloastragenol contributes to amelioration of imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like skin inflammation in mice (2019): Guoliang Deng et al.

[10] Evaluation of a Novel Anti-Aging Topical Formulation Containing Cycloastragenol, Growth Factors, Peptides, and Antioxidants (2014): Robert A. Weiss MD FAAD FACPh and Margaret A. Weiss MD

[11] Triterpenes with healing activity: A systematic review (2015): Lais C Agra, Jamylle N S Ferro, Fabiano T Barbosa, Emiliano Barreto 

[12] Cycloastragenol ameliorates experimental heart damage in rats by promoting myocardial autophagy via inhibition of AKT1-RPS6KB1 signaling (2018): Jing Wang et al.

[13] Effect of glycation inhibitors on aging and age-related diseases (2016):Izabela Sadowska-Bartosz, Grzegorz Bartosz

[14] Does accumulation of advanced glycation end products contribute to the aging phenotype? (2010): Richard D Semba, Emily J Nicklett, Luigi Ferrucci

[15] Chronic Inflammation: Accelerator of Biological Aging (2017): Bertrand Fougère, Eric Boulanger, Fati Nourhashémi, Sophie Guyonnet, Matteo Cesari

[16] Advanced glycation end products: Key players in skin aging? (2012): Paraskevi Gkogkolou, Markus Böhm

[17] Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs): Emerging Mediators of Skin Aging (2015): Nora MONTERO MARTIN

[18] Oxidative Stress and Advanced Lipoxidation and Glycation End Products (ALEs and AGEs) in Aging and Age-Related Diseases(2019):Nurbubu T Moldogazieva, Innokenty M Mokhosoev, Tatiana I Mel'nikova, Yuri B Porozov, Alexander A Terentiev

[19] Biomarkers of Aging: From Function to Molecular Biology (2016): Karl-Heinz Wagner et al.

[20] Glucose, glycation and aging (2004): George Suji, S Sivakami

[21] Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs) May Be a Striking Link Between Modern Diet and Health (2019): Vidhu Gill et al.

[22] Nutrition and aging skin: sugar and glycation (2010): F William Danby

[23] Galactose-Induced Skin Aging: The Role of Oxidative Stress (2020): Bauyrzhan Umbayev

[24] Sugar Sag: Glycation and the Role of Diet in Aging Skin (2015): H P Nguyen, R Katta

[25] AGE-breaker ALT-711 plus insulin could restore erectile function in streptozocin-induced type 1 diabetic rats (2014) :L. Wang, Wenjie Tian, +5 authors Z. Xin

[26] Alagebrium chloride protects the heart against oxidative stress in aging rats (2009): Yan Guo, Miao Lu, Jin Qian, Yun-lin Cheng

[27] Advanced glycation end-product cross-link breakers. A novel approach to cardiovascular pathologies related to the aging process (2004): George L Bakris, Alan J Bank, David A Kass, Joel M Neutel, Richard A Preston, Suzanne Oparil

[28] Alagebrium and Complications of Diabetes Mellitus (2019): Cigdem Toprak, Semra Yigitaslan

[29] Role of the AGE crosslink breaker, alagebrium, as a renoprotective agent in diabetes (2007): M T Coughlan, J M Forbes, M E Cooper

[30] Advanced glycation end product interventions reduce diabetes-accelerated atherosclerosis (2004): Josephine M Forbes et al

[31] Renoprotective antioxidant effect of alagebrium in experimental diabetes (2011): Jehyun Park, Min Kyung Kwon, Joo Young Huh, Won Jun Choi, Lak Shin Jeong, Ryoji Nagai, Wan Young Kim, Jin Kim, Geun Taek Lee, Hi Bahl Lee, Hunjoo Ha

[32] Therapeutic potential of breakers of advanced glycation end product-protein crosslinks (2003): Sara Vasan, Peter Foiles, Hank Founds

[33] Alteration of Pressure-Induced Vasodilation in Aging and Diabetes, a Neuro-Vascular Damage (2019): Maxime Fouchard, Laurent Misery, Raphaële Le Garrec, Dominique Sigaudo-Roussel, Bérengère Fromy

[34] https://www.thailandmedical.news/news/anti-aging-drug-,alt-711-(alagebrium-chloride)-again-gaining-prominence-due-to-new-studies

[35] Compound Restores Youth To Aging Arterial Cells In Elderly Hypertensives, Hopkins Study Shows (2005): Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

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Noticeable difference

I’ve been using elixium for a couple of weeks now and can say that my skin feels more hydrated, and smoother. I can’t say if it’s reduced lines as I don’t really have any but it’s definitely produced a difference I can tell. I took before and after photos but unfortunately there’s no way to share them on here (predator you ought to have that capability cos Amazon for one do and you can’t really showcase a product like this without that feature).

Nutrition

Hydrapharm Elixium ingredients & nutrition facts

Advanced glycation end (AGE) products contribute to cellular decay which manifests itself by contributing to aging of the skin. Elixium contains AGE-Breakers to help restore your glow and help win the fight against AGE!

Ingredients: Purified Water, Vegetable Glycerine, Sunflower Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Caprylic or Capric Triglyceride, Almond Sweet Oil, Shea Butter, Macadamia Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Natural Vitamin E, Ceteareth 20, Stearic Acid, Cycloastragenol, Alagebrium, Caprylyl Glycol, Carbomer, Dimethicone, Soya Bean Oil, Sodium Hydroxide

**Paraben-free, Sulphate-free, Artificial colour-free, Animal testing-free

Warning: For external use only.

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Elixium dosage & how to use

After washing and drying your face apply Elixium Anti-Aging Serum to the face once or twice a day.
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