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Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum Oxygenated Moisture Serum Review

is a Solution for:
Combination Skin, Dry Skin, Dull Skin, Fine Lines, Oily Skin, Sagging Skin, Sensitive Skin, Uneven Skin, Wrinkles
Reviewed by Marta July 7, 2014 5 Comments

Pros

Makes a visible impact on fine lines

Cons

None
A highly recommended new serum with cutting-edge anti-aging actives

Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum Oxygenated Moisture Serum ($175) has had me checking things out. I’ve been checking out myself in the mirror, pleased with visible signs of improved skin texture and diminished fine lines, and I’ve been checking out the ingredients, as there were several that I didn’t know much about. I love it when a beauty product introduces me to new anti-aging actives.

A light, milky serum, Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum is perfect for summer weather. It is subtitled Oxygenated Moisture Serum and, for me, it is hydrating enough to forgo an additional moisturizer. What I like about Innarah Line Smoothing is that it lives up to its name, with a visible impact on fine lines. It has also brightened my skin, giving it a refreshed tone.

When reviewing Innarah Treatment Solution ($150), I learned about Innarah’s special process for fermenting extracts. But what interests me about the Line Smoothing Treatment is the prominent use of phospholipids. I believe that the phospholipids here are derived from safflower and they are comprised of two types of fatty acids. The behavior of phospholipids is wondrous and strange. They are described as having heads and tails. The "head" of a phospholipid is hydrophilic (attracted to water), while the hydrophobic "tails" repel water. This means that they attract water and hold on to it. This makes it a helpful moisturizer. What's more, phospholipids retain their structure when applied and because of this it’s sometimes called a “second skin.”

Now, apolactoferrin is a first in skincare for me. Lactoferrin is a pack mule protein that transports iron, copper and zinc to the cells. It is present in human milk and important for the immune system. Apolactoferrin is iron free. In either form, it is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. In addition, it inhibits skin infections.

I have come across deer antler velvet in Avitalin products. Innarah says it contains growth factors, and I found a 1997 study that established that elk antler velvet contains amino acids. Magnolia bark is an anti-inflammatory that goes after the ominously named Nuclear Factor Kappa, which has a role in chronic inflammation.

In a formula where everything counts, it is worth mentioning one of the two peptides. Tetrapeptide-3 is supposed to be pretty good at beefing up fibronectin (by 60% apparently), which in plain English means helping the things that keep our skin firm.

There are no nasties in Innarah Line Smoothing Treatment Serum, and it is highly recommended for those who like their natural skincare to come with some serious anti-agers.

  • October 18, 2015

    by Tawnya

    Inhumane treatment of animals for a serum? I'll pass. There are other products that are just effective that do not require injuring or killing an animal to harvest. This is absolutely insane. There is a video on You Tube of the harvest. I am very disappointed in TIA for recommending such a product.

  • August 14, 2014

    by Annette Brooks

    I have fallen head over heals for the INNARAH product line because of the natural ingredients and because it delivers real results. I've been using INNARAH Line Smoothing Treatment for a couple of months now . Unlike INNARAH Treatment Solution that gave me immediate "Wow!" results, this one took a few weeks to deliver noticeable results. I kept at it though, because I use good, quality products on my skin every day so immediate, dramatic results for me are rare. Getting back to this product... it's nice and light weight, and it definitely softens lines and evens out skin tone. Since I've added INNARAH to my skin care regimen, I've been getting more compliments on my skin than ever before.

  • July 23, 2014

    by Christina

    Note to our readers: We have contacted Innarah about the issue of their ingredients and received clarification. The CEO of Innarah used to be the CEO and Chemist of Immunocologie. When he left the company, the products moved over with him. Immunocologie is NOT selling these products anymore.

    We are so pleased to be able to clarify this issue for our readers on Innarah's behalf.

  • July 22, 2014

    by Christina

    Many thanks for the information, tala. We are looking into this.

  • July 22, 2014

    by tala

    Sounds like the Immunocologie line:

    Immunocologie Line Smoothing Treatment Serum
    Ingredients: Structured Water, Murumuru Oil (Orbignya Speciosa Kernel Oil), Phospholipids (Linoleamidopropyl), Apolactoferrin, Omega 3 (Oleth-3), Magnolia Tree Bark (Magnolia Grandiflora Bark Ext.), Alpine Rose (Rhododendron Ferrugineum Leaf Ext.), Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Ext., Marine Phytoplankton, Elk Antler Velvet (Hydrolyzed Antler Velvet), Mangosteen Ext. (Garcina Mangostana Peel Ext.), Snow Algae (Chlamydomonas Nivalis), Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil (Hippophae Rhamnoides Berry Oil), Basil Leaf Ext. (Basillum Ext.), Resveratrol (Hydroxy Resveratrol), Tetra Peptide-3, Laureth Palmitoyl, Pentapeptide-3, Glucosamine (Acetyl Glucosamine), Acacia Seed Oil

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