Tested for you: “Vit C + Biobotox Serum” from Doc.Berger

Biobotox in combination with vitamin C sounds interesting. After all, both are helpers against premature ageing of the skin. The latter is not only known as an effective antioxidant that protects the skin from the “evil” free radicals. This is because these can accelerate the ageing process. Vitamin C is partly responsible for the firmness and elasticity of the skin. By stimulating collagen production. Ultimately, this helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Not to forget: The vitamin has a brightening effect. It has the ability to reduce hyperpigmentation and age spots and brightens the complexion.

Biobotox instead of botulinum toxin?

Biobotox is being hyped as a competitor to Botox therapy in anti-ageing care. But there is no comparison. While botulinum toxin specifically blocks the muscles and paralyzes them for a certain period of time, Biobotox primarily has a relaxing effect on the surface of the skin. The substance is a plant-based active ingredient such as spilanthol from paracress or argireline, an organic chemical compound consisting of six amino acids, which is why it is also known as a hexapeptide.

Argireline is also known as “Notox” and is injected as deeply as possible into the skin using microneedling. However, you should never expect the effects of a Botox injection. But for those who are injection-phobic, it is a soft alternative to at least counteract fine expression lines.

But that’s not all. The biobotox power serum also contains other highly effective anti-ageing substances. The first is ferulic acid, which has a similar effect to vitamin C (3-O-Vit.C). The two are a powerful duo that activates collagen production. Ferulic acid is an organic compound found in various plants, e.g. stinkash, dill, rice or sweet grasses such as wheat or barley.

Purslane is also an active ingredient of plant origin. In German it is also known as purslane extract. In anti-ageing skincare, it is said to have pore-refining, rejuvenating, moisturizing and soothing properties. But more importantly: Purslane is an innovative time-control molecule that protects the telomeres, i.e. the caps of the chromosomes, and thus ensures the longevity of the cells.

My test

The “Vit C + Biobotox Serum” comes in a brown pipette bottle. This makes sense because vitamin C is extremely sensitive to heat and light. The liquid is also brown. Which I like less because I find the color very uncosmetic. But that is purely a subjective preference. I like the slightly musty smell even less. Both are probably due to the ingredients. But as they say – if you want to be beautiful, you have to suffer. If the serum makes me more beautiful, fine.

I apply three drops to my cleansed face in the morning and three drops in the evening. After a short time, the skin begins to tighten slightly. Proof that something is already happening on the surface. You can easily combine the serum with other serums. However, to reduce the feeling of tightness, I prefer to use my usual skincare cream immediately afterwards.

An optical effect is already visible after a few days: the vitamin boost makes my complexion look fresher. After about eight weeks, I notice that the small expression lines, especially around the eyes, have also relaxed. The effect only lasts as long as I use the serum regularly. But that is ultimately the case with every cosmetic product.

A new doctor brand

Behind the new “Doc.Berger” care line is once again a doctor: Dr. Luise Berger is a plastic and aesthetic surgeon in Munich with over 15 years of practice experience. Her range of treatments includes cosmetic surgery and non-operative procedures. Her luxury skincare is based on the latest scientific findings with effective active ingredients in pure and highly concentrated form. When designing the formulas, it was important to her to avoid irritating, allergy-suspicious, hormonally active or other controversial additives.

„Vit C + Biobotox Serum“ from Doc.Berger, 15 ml, 248 Euro

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