Kiehl's Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate 100ml

₱3,864.00 ₱4,830.00

Now formulated with even more Vitamin C, Dermatologist SolutionsPowerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate is infused with 10.5% L-Ascorbic Acid and 2% Ascorbyl Glucoside. Our new and improved formula offers extensive skin benefits:
Visibly reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, boosts skin radiance and improves texture
Helps visibly minimize pores over time for smoother skin
Infused with Hyaluronic Acid, our formula helps diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles and improve skin texture
Dermatologist-tested for safety
Carefully-formulated for all skin types, even sensitive skin
A customer favorite
*Clinical grading in an 8 week study Expert grader assessment of 52 women 36-65 years old. Recruitment criteria: open to all ethnicities & all skin types, 50% sensitive skin subjects or greater.
Ingredients
Hyaluronic Acid
This fast-absorbing form of Hyaluronic Acid is known for its ability to hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water. Acting like a sponge, it draws moisture into skin surface layers and expands as it absorbs. Hyaluronic Acid is known to help smooth and plump and is commonly used in skincare products intended to visibly reduce facial lines and refine texture
Vitamin Cg (Ascorbyl Glucoside)
Vitamin Cg, or Ascorbyl Glucoside, is a Vitamin C derivative that activates once absorbed into the upper layers of the skin surface. With antioxidant benefits, this form of Vitamin C is frequently used in anti-wrinkle skincare products to help reduce facial lines over time.
L-Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin Cg, or Ascorbyl Glucoside, is a Vitamin C derivative that activates once absorbed into the upper layers of the skin surface. With antioxidant benefits, this form of Vitamin C is frequently used in anti-wrinkle skincare products to help reduce facial lines over time.
About the Brand

Kiehl's is an American cosmetic's retailer that specializes in skin, hair, and body care products. It started as a single pharmacy in Manhattan at Third Avenue and East 13th Street in 1851.