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CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream - Non-GMO -- 1 oz

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CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream - Non-GMO -- 1 oz

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CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream - Non-GMO Description

Restores and rejuvenates the firmness, tone and elasticity of the delicate skin around the neck and décolleté.

Each CSI skin care product is formulated:

  • Using only high quality, naturally-derived ingredients
  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Paraben-free
  • Containing no synthetic preservatives, fragrances or colorants
  • Non-GMO

 How does CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream work?


Utilizing an advanced combination of unique peptides, CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream helps boost collagen synthesis and prevent degeneration of skin cell elasticity, resulting in skin that’s firmer, smoother and more youthful looking. 


The hexapeptides in CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream help reduce sagging, dryness and discoloration due to the natural aging process. The revolutionary blend of ingredients also works to stimulate collagen production and skin cell density, improving skin’s elasticity and texture. 


CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream is a breakthrough in anti-aging skin care, designed to help firm, smooth and restore the delicate skin around the neck and décolleté. 


Why choose CSI Rejuvenating Neck Cream? 


The exceptional blend of peptides in this expertly formulated cream offer many benefits to aging skin:

  • Improved skin cell density
  • Enhanced collagen production
  • Increased elasticity and smoothness


Apply generously to the neck and décolleté, two to three times per day. Use upward stroking motions and include the jaw line.
Free Of
Animal testing, paraben, synthetic preservatives, fragrances and colorants.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Purified water (aqua) cetearyl alcohol, squalane, ciclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, hexapeptide-10, acetyl dipeptide-13 diphenylglycine, hyaluronic acid, isopropyl myristate, glycerin, polysorbate 60, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglicerin.

Before applying any new cosmetic to your skin, please apply to an innocuous location to assess sensitivity.


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Red Light Therapy: What is it & Can it Help You?

Seeing red may be just what the doctor ordered. If the color red can put your senses into overdrive, imagine what red light penetrating your body could induce? Red light therapy (RLT), which has much in common with other forms of phototherapy, is a controversial technique that uses red light wavelengths to primarily treat skin conditions

Woman at Spa Enjoying Red Light Therapy Benefits as Part of Skincare Facial |

In recent years, new applications for this fast-growing technology have emerged, including hair growth, cancer, inflammation and even depression. While the possibilities are exciting, for now the bulk of the research is limited to the use of RLT—which has anti-bacterial benefits—for treating skin conditions such as acne and redness.

What is red light therapy?

Although how RLT works is still considered an “experimental therapy,” the idea is emitting red, low-light wavelengths through the skin boosts blood flow and naturally jump-starts the process of tissue recovery and cellular rejuvenation. There are many different versions of RLT, ranging from the red-light beds found at salons to improve skin complexion and reduce wrinkles, to RLT found in a medical setting targeted for psoriasis and wound healing. The upside of RLT is that it’s safe and has minimal side effects; the jury is still out on how effective it is for anything more than skin deep.

What are some red light therapy benefits?

There is some science that supports RLT’s ability to heal aggravated skin. By stimulating a biochemical effect in cells that strengthens the mitochondria, red light therapy enhances a cell’s ability to repair damage. Red light is thought to penetrate deeper than blue light and thus can be particularly relevant for inflammation.

What conditions can it help?

There are several areas of promise for deploying RLT.  Here are a few of the most intriguing.

Tissue repair

Similar to laser therapy, RLT has been shown to positively affect skin cells through kickstarting the skin to get busy with needed repairs. But unlike laser therapy, RLT does not cause intentional damage to the epidermis by triggering inflammation. A 2014 study published in Photomedicine and Laser Surgery demonstrated RLT’s ability to have a measurable impact on anti-aging skin rejuvenation and increased collagen.

Joint health

Cellular rejuvenation and increased blood flow, both part of RLT’s wheelhouse, are two key aspects of improving joint and tissue health. A 2005 study found that RLT could be considered for short-term treatment for relief of pain and morning stiffness for treating rheumatoid arthritis, particularly since it has few side-effects. 

Increased immunity

In 2011, NASA did research that showed that red light technology in the form of near infrared diode devices (called High Emissivity Aluminiferous Luminescent Substrate, or HEALS) could aid in the healing of human wounds, burns, diabetic skin ulcers and oral mucositis (the harsh side effects of chemotherapy on the digestive tract). Lead researcher said “the HEALS device was well tolerated with no adverse effects to our bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients."

Finding RLT near you

Although more research is still needed, depending on the condition, you can speak with your dermatologist, oncologist, orthopedist, rheumatologist or neurologist about whether RLT is an option. If it’s not available in their practice, your primary care doctor, or a chiropractor, may be able to give you a referral.

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