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Product Spotlight: SkinMedica’s TNS Essential Serum

Published January 28, 2014 3:37 PM by Kimberly Cray

It's a rare occasion that a product gets me so excited that I would literally jump up and down in excitement talking about it. SkinMedica's TNS Essential Serum is one such product. 

My personal addiction to this product aside, TNS Essential Serum opened my eyes years ago to the world of growth factors and antioxidants. If you are not using growth factors, you should be. Growth factors, such as TNS (or Tissue Nutrient Solution), rejuvenate the skin by stimulating collagen and improving the appearance of fine lines, skin tone, texture and resiliency of the skin. TNS Essential Serum in particular combines growth factors, antioxidants, soluble collagen, cytokines and matrix proteins. Simply put, growth factors are game changers in skin care. 

This growth factor in particular consists of two chambers separating the two components which cannot be mixed until you put them on the skin. The two components of this product are TNS Recovery Complex and APS Corrective Complex. Think of this as recovery and regeneration of your skin.  

TNS Recovery Complex is formulated from naturally occurring growth factors, antioxidants, soluble collagen, cytokines and matrix proteins. TNS Recovery Complex has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and age spots, and improve skin texture, tone and elasticity.  

APS Corrective Complex is a potent mixture of antioxidants, peptides and other innovative anti-aging ingredients which promote the skin's natural regenerative process. This works to strengthen the skin's natural ability to regenerate itself, fights against environmental damage as well as smooths and tightens skin. Together the products truly work synergistically to rejuvenate the skin. 

I'm a big believer in great products with scientific backing that yield amazing results. There are also several other growth factor products that also work very well. If you aren't already on board with growth factors, I encourage you to get your feet wet and see what great things they can do for your patients' skin. 

posted by Kimberly Cray

1 comments

Are there products you would recommend?  I have just begun to research this site.  Mention of products may have already appeared and I apologize.  Just interested in knowing whats out there.  

Jeanne, Pediatrics - Nurse Practitioner , private office March 23, 2014 8:06 PM
Miami FL

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