the more you know the less you need

the more you know the less you need

Making Sense of Science: Part 3

Making Sense of Science: Part 3

A leap into a higher level of science, comes a trio of serums.

When the founder of Deciem is asked what he uses on his skin, the answer is, not surprisingly, the serious stuff from the lab.

The NIOD line represents cutting-edge innovation in the realm of skin science. (NIOD stands for Non Invasive Options In Dermal Science). Yes, it is highly complex and slightly mind-blowing. So rather than trying to wrap my mind around the chemistry, I’ve just decided to trust Deciem with my face.

Healthy skin is a beautiful thing. NIOD is focused on a long-term approach, not an overnight miracle. Their objective is to get your skin behaving like young skin; to replenish what is naturally diminished over time; with molecules small enough to get in there and do battle with the forces of ageing. Deciem scientists have perfected formulas and delivery systems that haven’t been mastered before. They really are doing something different. It’s impressive.

Housed in labware glass vials with eyedropper dispensers, NIOD is skincare for skincare aficionados. The minimalist labels and acronyms make your vanity look uber cool. More importantly, the products make your skin look radiant, plump, and somehow revitalized. It’s a subtle shift that you don’t notice at first until a few weeks later you do a double take in the mirror.



After washing and misting, apply serums in this order:

Copper Amino Isolate, (CAIS) 1%; Multi Molecular Hyaluronic Acid (MMHC); Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate (FECC).  I keep them lined up in order on my counter for ease of use. For further details on each product, click the link.

Deciem Website; NIOD here.




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