Renue Liposomal Face Cream
with NAD+ Complex
Renue™ Face Cream is a hardworking multi-tasker. Light, but deeply nourishing, this cream hydrates the skin and works as a protective shield against environmental influences.
Backed by dermatological science, Renue™ Face Cream with NAD+ Complex is formulated to restore skin elasticity, increase youthful suppleness, preserve and rejuvenate skin’s surface and visibly enhance firmness.
Bring your skin back to life with this fast-absorbing formula packed with NAD+, NMN, NR, Resveratrol, Apocynin, powerful marine-based nutrients, and cell-renewing Alpha Lipoic Acid.
Renue™ Face Cream with NAD+ Complex features our proprietary liposomal delivery system for faster and deeper penetration of key ingredients into the skin’s surface for deep cellular renewal. Renue™ Age Face Cream delivers instant hydration while visibly smoothing, plumping, and firming skin over time, leaving an alluring, youthful complexion.
Suitable for all skin types.
RENUE™ - 2 Step Skin Rejuvenation Protocol
What's the ideal pH for skin-care products?
You want to look for skin-care products with a pH of 5.5. If anything, they could be as low as 4.5 and as high as 7. The general rule is slightly acidic is preferred for the best complexion.
What pH are Renue™ Products?
Renue™ NAD+ Skincare products are on the optimal 5.5 mark on the pH scale.
High pH (8 to 14)
Skin-care products with a high pH level (also known as alkaline) pose the biggest threat to your skin's pH and acid mantle. That tight, squeaky-clean feeling you might experience after washing your face is the truest sign of cleansers with a high pH and damaged skin barrier. They, as well as other alkaline skin-care products, tend to strip away sebum and natural oils.
Low pH (1 to 6)
Because products with a low pH are at a level closer to skin's natural pH, they will more effectively work with your skin and help cell turnover gently. They're more likely to keep skin bright and smooth, instead of flaky and angry.
However, certain products can be too low of a pH for skin and irritate it. At-home peels and other acid-spiked products tend to have a lower pH level, making them great exfoliants but just as stripping as products with a high pH.