ADRX Medical

Skin Care Line providing Serum, Facial Cleanser, Sunscreen, and Moisturizer

Unity

Effectively Fades Dark Spots, builds collagen and speeds exfoliation of the old cells on the surface that are holding your glow back

All the "Good Stuff" in One Product

Helps with anti-aging, skin care, and overall skin health

The Story of Unity

 This product was developed after many years of research by Dr. Allen Rosen, a group of skin care chemists, and engineers.

Dr. Rosen is one of America’s Ranked Plastic Surgeons; but, was frustrated by the skin care and surface maintenance requirements needed, with multiple applications of expensive products. Much of what he saw on the internet, were too weak to work as effectively as he wanted, and mostly overhyped by fancy marketing. He wanted something simple! A product that a person applies once a day and would be as effective, if not more, then all the rest. This would benefit people like himself, who disliked the ritual of multiple product applications, and eventually “gave up” on proper skin care because of the time, expense, and effort needed to do it properly.

With the right team, he was successful in finding a formula and patented methodology to create such a product… Unity!”

 

What We Did

UNITY™ All-In-One Serum contains powerful anti-oxidants and hydrating factors to short circuit the destructive effects of free radical activity on your skin. It will effectively fade dark spots, build collagen and speed exfoliation of the old cells on the surface that are holding your glow back! 

UNITY™ All-In-One Serum will promote skin health and will help the anti-aging fight.

Vitamin C Information

 

The bane of any woman’s existence are fine lines and wrinkles. But rather than give into the abyss of aging, the regular use of vitamin C products can combat their very appearance because of their concentrated levels of antioxidant-rich vitamin C, which helps boost collagen production, filling in fine lines and wrinkles. As a result, you may find that you have more youthful looking skin without the need for any expensive and potentially risky cosmetic work!

Protects skin from sun damage

In addition to its anti-aging benefits, topical vitamin C is also great for protecting your skin from damage—especially from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. That’s because vitamin C is an antioxidant, so it naturally helps to strengthen your skin and repel things that could damage it. Of course, topical vitamin C should not be considered an alternative to wearing sunscreen, but when combined with regular sunscreen application, it can really work wonders for your skin.

 

Reduces under-eye circles

Vitamin C has also been found to help even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of under-eye circles. This is great for those who are tired of trying to conceal the dark circles under their eyes and want to enjoy a more youthful, bright, and vibrant appearance.

 

Speeds up healing

Studies have also found that high levels of Vitamin C can help to speed up the body’s natural healing processes. This makes it ideal for use on the face and other areas of skin, as it can help to heal small cuts, acne scars, and other blemishes more quickly and effectively.

 

Reduces skin discoloration

If you suffer from skin redness or other discoloration of the skin, then a quality vitamin C serum may also be able to help you achieve a more uniform skin tone and better complexion. Specifically, vitamin C is great for reducing embarrassing redness. With just a few uses, you may find that you have a more even skin tone.

 

Keeps skin looking younger

No matter what your age, it’s always a good idea to be preemptive about avoiding wrinkles, sagging skin, fine lines, and other signs of aging. Vitamin C can help your skin look younger for longer, not only by stimulating collagen production but by evening out your skin tone and brightening your complexion as well.

 

Improves hydration and moisture

If you suffer from dry skin, vitamin C is a must. This is especially true if you have tried using moisturizers and creams in the past, only to find that your skin is still dry and flaky. With topical vitamin C products, you can enjoy the high concentration of vitamins that your body truly needs to improve moisture content and overall hydration.

 

Creates brighter, healthier skin

In addition to improving your skin’s overall complexion, vitamin C can brighten otherwise dull skin, allowing it to look healthier and more vibrant. Strong concentrations of this vitamin leave the skin looking and feeling replenished and revitalized.

 

Reduces inflammation

It has also been found that vitamin C, in high enough concentrations, has inflammation-reducing qualities. This is ideal for people who tend to wake up in the morning with unsightly puffiness around the eyes or other areas of the skin/face. A little bit of vitamin C serum can go a long way here.

 

Speeds up healing of sunburns

Finally, in addition to protecting your skin from sun damage, vitamin C can also be effective in helping to speed up healing of sunburns. Apply some after you have been sunburned, and the vitamins will help to promote faster healing so you can get rid of redness and find relief from itching, burning, and other symptoms associated with sunburn.

These are just some of the many benefits of vitamin C as it pertains to your skin and face. And while it’s easy to go out and find lotions, cremes, and other moisturizers at your local drug store that claim to contain vitamin C, it’s important to realize that your skin needs a very high concentration of this vitamin in order to see results.

Vitamin A Information

 

You know the drill when it comes to caring for your skin: cleanse, tone, moisturize, apply sunscreen, and maybe try a few other treatments, like masks or anti-agers. Amid so many possibilities (and products) to help your skin looks its best, though, there are a few nutrients that skin really needs—and vitamin A is one of them. Whether you get it from your diet or in a topical cream, the protective and nourishing properties of A, and the nutrients your body uses to make it, lend a hand in keeping skin healthy, firm and radiant.

Unlike many other nutrients, vitamin A is a group of compounds that includes its active forms (retinal, retinol and retinoic acid) and other provitamin A carotenoids, like beta-carotene. Beta-carotene (and the other carotenoids) is the form of vitamin A that we get directly from the plant foods we eat. The pre-formed or active forms are found in animal foods. In our bodies, beta-carotene is converted into the retinol form of vitamin A.

 

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