“This is my first night cream since I introduced the Dr Sebagh Advanced-anti ageing skincare range seven years ago. It is only now that we finally have the technology to work with the body’s chronobiological clock and create a night cream that works specifically at night, when the skin’s regenerative process takes place.” - Dr Jean-Louis Sebagh
Beauty sleep does exist.
Dr Sebagh Supreme Night Secret for face and neck is a rich, non-greasy formulation, which incorporates the latest biotech cosmetic ingredients to work together with the skin’s natural body clock and address the needs of all skin types, to provide a highly effective and wearable cream that has been developed explicitly for night-time application.
An advanced chronobiological cell stimulant allows the skin’s cells to regenerate at night, erasing the signs of fatigue and leaving the skin looking and feeling both re-firmed and toned. In addition, another breakthrough ingredient specifically combats the ageing of the cell’s nucleus – encouraging it to behave like a young cell and so delaying the metabolic and nucleus senescence (the process of deterioration with age).
The anti-oxidant and anti-ageing formulation works through the night to leave the skin looking and feeling hydrated, plumped, smoother and protected from external environmental aggressors.
Apply Dr Sebagh Supreme Night Secret for the face and neck before bed to thoroughly cleansed skin. For maximum benefit, layer Supreme Night Secret over Dr Sebagh Supreme Maintenance Youth Serum or mix a couple of drops of the serum with the cream before application.
- Chronodyn - an innovative and effective chronobiological stimulant that works during the skin’s night-time restorative cycle to increase the release of calcium and production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) molecules - the storage and distribution vehicles for energy in the body - to tone and refirm the skin and erasing the signs of fatigue.
- Juvinity - a ground-breaking active ingredient that specifically combats the ageing of the cell’s nucleus – encouraging it to behave like a young cell and so delaying the metabolic and nucleus senescence (the process of deterioration with age). It also limits oxidative stress and Telomeres shortening to ensure optimum metabolism and the replication of young cells (the research of how chromosomes are protected by Telomeres received a Nobel Prize in 2009).