LAC Taut Intensive Recovery Serum

 

How Does Our Skin Lose Its Youth?

As we age, our skin changes and becomes more vulnerable to damages. What are the factors that cause your skin to lose its beauty?


1 Genetics and Age


Have you ever wondered why some grandmothers do not look a day over forty?

2 Air Conditioning

Another possible factor that causes our skin to lose its youth is the harmful effects of air-conditioning.

Dehydrated Skin

DEHYDRATED SKIN

Air-conditioning decreases skin's moisture content, causing dry, flaky skin and increasing the appearance of fine lines.

Skin Irritation

SKIN IRRITATION

Air-conditioner filters can cause skin irritation, resulting in red and inflamed skin.

3 Free radicals in skin

Although there are many factors that can contribute to ageing, one of the biggest factors are the free radicals that our skin is repeatedly exposed to.


PIGMENTATION

UNEVEN SKIN TONE


Exposure to excessive free radicals can also lead to hyper pigmentation, resulting in pigmentation and uneven skin tone.

This explains why our skin may age faster than other organs!

SOURCES OF FREE RADICALS

Sun

SUN


Sun exposure generates free radicals that age the skin, causing roughness and wrinkles.

Alcohol

ALCOHOL


Alcohol consumption produces free radicals that impair the body's normal defenses against them.

Acne

ACNE


Skin inflammation (i.e. acne) produces free radicals. Our skin naturally produces hydrogen peroxide to attack the inflammation.

Pollution

POLLUTION


Haze carries a bulk of free radicals like carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide.

Processed Food

PROCESSED FOOD


Processed food contains oxidized fats, increasing free radicals in our body.

Stress

STRESS


Stress generates hormonal changes, which in turn produces free radicals.

Blue Light


BLUE LIGHT


Harmful blue light (from mobile devices, laptop, TV) induces free radical production, penetrating both eyes and skin.

High Sugar Intake


HIGH SUGAR INTAKE


Excessive glucose stimulates the production of free radicals in our body.

Normal Metabolism/Too Much Exercise


METABOLISM


Cells naturally produce free radicals as a by-product of metabolism.

While we may not be able to choose our genes, we can change our lifestyle habits and take preventive measures to slow down the effects of ageing on our skin.

Basic Skincare

Does your skincare routine comprise of these 3 steps?

Step 1

Remove makeup

Step 2

Tone

Step 3

Apply sunblock and reapplying it every 1-3 hours

Knowing the damages your skin is susceptible to, these 3 steps are barely minimal in preventing your skin from withering quicker than your chronological age!

Free Radicals

Every time you feel your skin becoming less supple or youthful, remember that free radicals are the main culprit. You may not see the effects in a day, but over a year or so, the damage done is real and potentially permanent!

The basic skincare routine only cleanses and protects your skin. However, it does not provide our skin the nutrients we need as we age. Hence, there is a need to supplement our skincare regime with a nutrient-dense serum to tackle the effects of ageing.

Tautâ„¢ Intensive Recovery Serum

Formulated with the ageing skin in mind, LAC came up with a serum that actually works, with zero preservatives. The LAC Taut Intensive Recovery Serum gives your skin the nutrients it needs to remain young, healthy and vibrant.

Revolutionary triple-action mega moisture formula to hydrate, repair and protect

Delivers immediate, intense and long-lasting results

Promotes skin radiance, clarity, and firmness that makeup cannot deliver

Supercharged with

7 Powerful Herbal Extracts

that possess antioxidant and
anti-inflammatory effects

German Chamomile

German Chamomile
Restores healthy fats and seals moisture in skin
Normalizes skin's oil production and improves skin's hydration
Strengthens the skin's protective barrier against free radicals

Hydrocotyle

Hydrocotyle
Ancient healing herb that is effective in skin repair

Licorice Root

Licorice Root
Reduces flaking and restores suppleness

Green Tea

Green Tea
Eliminates free radicals
Reactivates skin cells
Reduces wrinkles, sagging and fine lines
Anti-inflammatory
Moderates sebum production
Lightens skin

Japanese Knotweed Root

Japanese Knotweed Root
Water-soluble antioxidant
Slows down ageing process
Anti-inflammatory

Rosemary

Rosemary
Astringent and antiseptic agent
Improves blood circulation, therefore aiding in skin regeneration and recovery

Scutellaria Root

Scutellaria Root
Reduces skin's oxidative stress from exposure to UV radiation
Reduces formation of melanin and promotes skin lightening

Other ingredients include:

Glycerin
Draws water from the air to keep the skin moisturized
Plumps up the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles
Glyceryl Stearate
Slows down the loss of moisture
Lubricates skin surface, giving it a smoother and softer appearance
Squalane
Protects the skin from environmental toxins
Naturally found in skin
A rich antioxidant
Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer
Absorbs excess sebum to prevent acne and blackheads
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)
Reduces dry flakes and rough patches on our skin
Protects against UV damage

See the results in a month...

Stronger skin defense
Firmer skin
Hydrated skin
Younger looking skin
Reduction in fine lines

And it only takes 4 steps!

STEP 1


PUMP once or twice of
LAC Taut™ Intensive Recovery Serum onto palm

STEP 2


RUB palms together to activate
LAC Taut™ Intensive Recovery Serum
healing and restorative properties

STEP 3


PAT gently on the face until fully absorbed

STEP 4


COVER our face with your warmed hands
to further promote its effectiveness


The flu virus can live on your skin for only 5 minutes, but can survive on paper currency for up to 17 days.

Our skin is the largest organ in our body. An average adult's skin spans 21 square feet and weighs 3.5kg.

When you get a sunburn, it's not your skin cells being damaged by the sun and dying, it's your skin cells' DNA being damaged by the sun and them killing themselves so they don't turn into cancer.

15% of the air you breathe in a subway station is human skin.

People with fairer skin tend to have a stronger reaction to mosquito bites. This is because the histamine released by our bodies in response to mosquito saliva tends to be stronger in lighter-skinned individuals.

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