1 mth ago

DNA Repair Enzymes In Skincare

Hi Beauties,

I’ve just purchased Priori DNA fx221 Recovery Serum to use as an adjunct to my current Melasma/PIH skincare regimen.

According researchers and dermatologists, the enzymes can potentially reverse photoaging by up to 30% and one of the enzymes works upon exposure to UV light.

Skin has a circadian rhythm and as such, DNA repair skincare is best applied in the evening.

Do any of you use skincare containing these enzymes and if so, what’s your experience with using them?

Thanks!

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  • ray_jayPlatinumRay_jay
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    2 wks, 6 days ago

    i have used the osmosis one. only because the vitamin c contains this.

    asap skincare and meostetic have ones too

  • 2 wks, 6 days ago

    Any skincare that claims to “repair” DNA damage is BS.

  • CrystaltippsPlatinumCrystaltipps
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    3 wks, 1 day ago

    Never heard of this product before. Interested to find out more. Where did you purchase from?

  • 3 wks, 4 days ago

    Interesting, very interesting! I have not heard of DNA repair enzymes in skincare! certainly something to look into!

  • 1 mth ago

    You sound like you have done your homework on this -Good to know what you feel after using

  • ASPlatinumAS
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    1 mth ago

    Does this contain Ibedenone as an ingredient?

    • 1 mth ago

      @AS, it doesn’t contain any Idebenone but I think some of the Elizabeth Arden Prévage products contain it.

  • ASPlatinumAS
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    1 mth ago

    Curious! Just reading about the genotoxicity of titanium dioxide additive. Gone are the days we didnt think about the effects on DNA of skincare. Having had serious long term sunlight allergy in the past, I’m still cautious with excessive citrus oils in skincare. I’d like to know what else may be causing long term changes. AHAs are another risk.

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