Remergent Skin Care | DNA Science for Skin
Remergent is an advanced skin care line designed for optimal skin care health
through prevention, repair, and restoration.
Formulated by AGI Dermatics, a leading bio-pharmaceutical lab in DNA
research, Remergent is one of the few product lines on the market to tackle skin
repair at the DNA level.
Proven effective by clinical studies, the Remergent formulas have been carefully
engineered to deliver active ingredients into skin cells to promote
self-healing, reverse skin cell dysfunction, and resist future injury.
Remergent's signature product, DNA Repair Formula, is an exceptional serum that
repairs past UV damage and protects the skin from future damage. The Remergent
line also features specialized products that reduce fine lines and wrinkles,
hyperpigmentation, and dryness.
Resurgent, powerful repair serum enabling the skin to recover from past UV
damage and stimulating it to resist future photo-damage through natural
Speeds recovery from past damage
Encourages the skin's DNA repair mechanism to self-correct
Reduces the signs of collagen degradation
Contains Photosomes, Ultrasomes, Roxomes, Evodiox, Thiotaine
DNA Repair Formula is recommended for all skin types, even the most sensitive.
Directions for Use:
Apply one metered dose to face and another to arms and throat after A.M. or P.M.
For recovery and restoration in Age Intervention use with Clarifying
For repair and protection in Age Retaliation use with A.M. Moisture or
Remergent™ is formulated by AGI Dermatics, the bio-pharmaceutical laboratory
that has led the research of DNA repair of the skin for more than 20 years.
Founded by Daniel B. Yarosh, PhD, a molecular biologist with a specialty in gene
repair, AGI Dermatics specializes in skin photobiology, dedicating research and
development to DNA repair, solar impact on the immune system, and cell-signaling
in skin. AGI Dermatics has distinguished itself as the first commercial skincare
lab to recognize that DNA damage suppresses the skin's immune function. The
company was also the first to demonstrate that DNA repair can preserve and
restore healthy skin. Each of these breakthroughs—based on DNA science—is now
considered fundamental to the future of genetic dermatology and general
skincare. The company's application of groundbreaking active ingredients and
meticulously engineered liposome delivery systems is validated in controlled
clinical studies and published in dozens of peer-reviewed scientific and medical
journals. Its liposome-delivery systems are the company's core technology and
the platform for Remergent products and many of its pharmaceuticals. Developed
to fill critical voids in current skincare therapies, Remergent products
activate self-healing, reverse skin cell dysfunction, and maximize results for
long term gain through prevention, repair and restoration.
Science behind Remergent
DNA Science for Skin Platform
Developed by Dr. Daniel B. Yarosh, a molecular biologist with a specialty in
gene repair, Remergent is backed by better than twenty years of research and
clinical study. Dr. Yarosh, who gained experience as an expert in DNA repair at
the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, pioneered the development
of a unique molecular delivery system. The patented technology is based on
inserting repair enzymes into liposomes (nanometer lipid sacs) which are small,
pure and agile enough to deliver payload ingredients at the cellular level.
Validated in controlled clinical studies and published in dozens of
peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals, liposome-delivery is at the core
of Remergent technology.
Damaging Effects of Sun on Skin
Exposure to ultraviolet light from sunlight accounts for nearly all of the
symptoms of premature skin aging. Other skin changes, once believed to be caused
by natural aging, are now known to be a result of prolonged exposure to UV
radiation, called photoaging.
The ultraviolet radiation from the sun that reaches the earth's surface—and your
skin—is divided into two categories: UVA and UVB, based on their wavelengths.
The more energetic UVB rays are the primary agents for sunburn and do most of
their damage in the uppermost layers of living skin. They have been closely
linked to skin cancer. The far more abundant UVA rays have less energy but
penetrate deeper into skin, exposing the underlying cells and supporting
Both UVA and UVB cause damage to the skin's DNA, the master control for all the
cell's functions. Damaged cells send out stress signals to other cells, and this
begins a cascade of wounding responses that leads to premature aging. If the DNA
damage is not repaired properly, the skin cell loses its ability to function
correctly. Damaged cells may begin to divide and grow out of control, causing
The cascade of wounding responses has many effects on skin cells, structures and
Cells release enzymes that break down collagen at a faster rate, causing
collagen fibers to fray. They separate from living cells, which makes the
healing process more difficult. The result is a disorganized network of
collagen fibers, known as solar scars. When the skin repeats this imperfect
rebuilding process over years of sun exposure, wrinkles develop.
Melanocytes are stimulated to make pigment (melanin) in the skin. In youth,
for some, the result may be a tan. But during photoaging, the melanocytes
lose their strict controls, and uneven pigmentation develops. This appears
as light spots where melanocytes have stopped working or as dark brown
areas, called age or sun spots, where they make too much melanin.
Blood vessels the in the skin's surface permanently dilate and their walls
thin. They appear as broken capillaries and spider veins (telangectasia).
The upper layer of skin fills up with flaky dead layers that do not hold
moisture. The skin appears sallow and dry, exaggerating the appearance of
lines and wrinkles.
Cells of the skin's immune system are suppressed, severely reducing their
ability to eliminate damage or protect the skin from invading cells and
Remergent™ HQ is indicated for the gradual treatment of ultraviolet-induced
dyschromia, including photo-aging, solar and senile lentigenes, as well as
discoloration resulting from the use of oral contraceptives, pregnancy, hormone
replacement therapy, or skin trauma.
A highly effective hydroxyphenolic compound that interferes with melanin
synthesis by inhibiting tyrosinase and other melanocyte metabolic processes.
Evodiox, Ultrasomes, Roxomes, L-Ergothioneine
As a depigmenting agent, hydroquinone can cause sun sensitivity and exposure to
sunlight or ultraviolet light will cause repigmentation. A sunscreen of at least
SPF 30 should be used with this product.
Adverse effects include the development of inflammation and irritation, which
may result in transient skin reddening and a mild burning sensation that do not
Hydroquinone is usually formulated in an acidic base which may further
irritation and can exacerbate hyperpigmentation resulting from skin trauma,
e.g., post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation.
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