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    Optimal communication produces optimal hydration.

    Your skin is one-of-a-kind. It’s unique to you and it never stops working to look its very best. Every day billions of skin cells communicate with each other to produce the collagen, peptides, proteins and growth factors needed to maintain healthy, radiant skin. But dehydration, stress, pollution, age, sun damage and other environmental factors break down the communication. Cells forget how to signal each other and begin to slow down or in many cases stop producing the compounds needed to regenerate. You’re left with skin that can look dull, damaged and dehydrated.

    It’s between the two layers of your skin that matters. The outer layer, or Epidermis, is primarily made of Keratinocyte cells and the lower layer, or Dermis, is made of Fibroblasts. While each layer has independent functions, their cells must communicate with each other to produce the proteins and compounds necessary for optimal skin.

    Optimal hydration allows for optimal communication. KFS's hundreds of key skin nutrients hydrate and nourish, allowing your skin to do what it's meant to do.

    The results are powerful and personal.

    Communication is the key

    In many ways, communication is the active ingredient inside KFS® serum. Once your skin cells are hydrated and remember how to send the right signals to each other, the natural process of interaction and rebuilding begins. Micro-chemistry takes over. The bond between skin layers grows stronger. And much like long-lost friends who have reconnected and start communicating again…the results are visible to all.

    KFS serum uses two cell lines to produce the vital compounds found in youthful skin. It’s the combination of Keratinocyte and Fibroblast cells that give KFS its name. But it’s the science beneath the skin that sets our serum apart.

    The secret to naturally restoring skin is finally revealed.

     

    Why Communication Matters

    Healthy Skin Cell Communication

    Fig 1. Healthy Cell Communication

    Every day billions of skin cells communicate with each other to produce the collagen, peptides, proteins, and growth factors needed to maintain healthy radiant skin.

    Broken Skin Cell Communication

    Fig 2. Broken Communication

    Stress, pollution, age, sun damage and other environmental factors break down the communication. Cells slow down and stop producing the cellular bioactive compounds needed to regenerate. You're left with skin that can look dull, damaged and dehydrated.

    Hydrated Skin

    Fig 3. KFS Hydrates to Activate

    Optimal hydration allows for optimal communication. KFS's hundreds of key skin nutrients hydrate and nourish, allowing your skin to do what it's meant to do.

     

    Serucell: The Science Beneath

    Nature doesn’t keep secrets forever. New technologies arrive. Old mysteries are solved. And finally, the remarkable science beneath beautiful skin is revealed. We’re proud of the patented breakthroughs we’ve made at Serucell. But the real hero of this success story isn’t us. It’s the human body and its ability to give back what the years have taken away.

    Precisely formulated and scientifically tested, our advanced KFS Level 3 Serum has powerful and proven antioxidants and advanced moisturizing capabilities to help protect against free radicals while accelerating and amplifying the effects of KFS on your skin.

    It's what's under your skin that matters

    With the discovery of KFS® serum, Serucell has shifted the focus in advanced skincare—from what you see and treat on the surface of your skin to what’s actually going on beneath.

    Between the outer and lower layers of your skin, cells must constantly communicate to maintain healthy, radiant skin. When that process breaks down due to stress, pollution, age, and sun, most skincare products are out of their depth. It requires advanced science to reactivate cells and restore hydration to optimize communication between skin layers.