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IRÄYE supports the skin's lymphatic system to deliver a three-fold effect of PURIFYING the skin, BOOSTING lymphatic function and PROTECTING the condition of the skin and its lymph vessels.
Enhanced lymphatic condition and activity cleanses toxins, contaminants and dead cells from the skin more effectively for a brighter appearance.
By improving the skin environment, enhanced lymphatics help to boost skin function including microcirculation, immune function and nutrient uptake.
By removing damaging contaminants, reducing inflammation and improving drainage, enhanced lymphatics help to slow the breakdown of elastin and collagen and prevent further damage to the structures of the skin (including the lymphatic vessels themselves).
Each IRÄYE product is formulated with results and efficacy in mind. The Lymphactive™ Complex supports improved skin function after only a few days and boosts the skins natural detox system by +250%*. The cumulative benefits of ongoing use contribute to a lasting radiant appearance, skin that looks and feels healthier, and noticeable slowing of the visible signs of aging.
weeks Enhanced lymphatic activity flushes toxins and debris from the skin for a brighter-looking tone and more radiant appearance.
weeks Increased activity combined with improved vessel function begins to reduce the visible appearance of inflammation and redness.
weeks An improved skin environment supports cell turnover, helping the skin to appear sculpted and resurfaced. Effective drainage and detoxification minimises the appearance of puffiness and swelling.
THE SCIENCE OF RADIANCE
While the skin’s lymph vessels naturally decline in number and quality over time, Lymphactive™ works to both enhance lymphatic activity and support the natural repair processes that renew the skin’s lymphatic structures.
Professor Michael Detmar and Dr. Epameinondas Gousopoulos are
pioneers of the newly opened field of lymphatic medicine. Over a combined career spanning more than four decades, they have held positions at some of the world’s most respected medical institutions. By sharing their knowledge through over 300 published works they have made major contributions to our
understanding of the importance of the lymphatic system to human health.