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Product summary

"Tula - Tri-Supreme™ Serum overnight oil concentrate" is effective for: Anti-aging, Moisturizing, Anti-blemish and Evens skin tone

Ingredient callouts

  • A good concentration of Niacinamide (1.30% - 2.00%). Niacinamide is a well-studied multi-tasking active. It is stable, and can work well in almost any hydrating formulation. There is solid evidence that Niacinamide can help support skin barrier, regulate oil production and reduce acne and clogged pores. It also helps to fight photodamage and improve the skin tone, reducing pigmentation marks.
  • Ceramides (ceramide eop 0.45% - 1.00%, ceramide ap 0.40% - 0.90%, ceramide as 0.40% - 0.95%, ceramide ns 0.50% - 1.15% and ceramide np 0.50% - 1.20%). Ceramides are an important part of our natural skin barrier. The Ceramides used in skincare are synthetic or come from plants. They help soften the skin and can help "fill the gaps" in the skin barrier, keeping the skin hydrated and resilient for longer.
  • Peptides (peptide q10 0.45% - 1.00%). There are many different kind of Peptides and they are naturally present in our skin. They all are a combination of aminoacids. Some of them work as natural antibiotics, promote wound-healing and production of collagen. The science is still not settled on how effective Peptides are in skincare, but it is very likely that they have a benefit. They might help restore the skin barrier and fight the signs of aging. At the very least, Peptides work as humectants: they attract water to the upper layer of the skin and improve its hydration.
  • Humectants (lactobacillus ferment 0.35% - 0.85% and glycerin 1.00% - 1.60%). These ingredients help attract water to the upper layer of the skin and improve the skin hydration.

About the brand

According to Cruelty-Free Kitty "Tula" is cruelty free, but its parent company is not.