Neither is this post sponsored nor am I directly affiliated with the brand. But I would like to write about this product because of my experience with it and how it has helped me in my clinical practice. Endocare Concentrate Serum
I started giving this product as a post-procedure treatment. Meaning, I give this as their take-home medicine after doing laser, chemical peel, or injectable procedures. And since then, I have noticed that the number of side effects from these procedures has dropped.
So this got me curious and made me read up on the product.
Endocare concentrate serum is mostly composed of slime from a garden snail called Cryptomphalus Aspersa (SCA). This slime is filtered and processed so that it becomes properly absorbed by the skin, and is patented as the SCA Biorepair Technology.
Snail mucin was originally known for its anti-inflammatory properties back in ancient times and was later on discovered to have moisturizing effects in the 80s when farmers handling Chilean snails were noticed to have softer hands.
With the enhanced version of snail mucin, the SCA Biorepair contains hyaluronic acid and a bunch of natural growth factors that repair damaged skin. It works by boosting fibroblasts that are at play in the production of collagen and elastin.
In effect, it strengthens the integrity of the skin. This is why it is good for healing, tightening and smoothing out wrinkles.
About the Author: Dr. Elli Reyes is a specialist of Aesthetic Medicine from the Philippines. With over four years of specialized training, her aesthetic practice has involved a variety of skin treatments involving Botox, fillers, and the like. As a licensed physician, she has been engaged by multiple clinics and is regularly interviewed by the local media as an expert in the science of the skin. Her research and writings to date have centered on nutrition, functional health, and general beauty.