Dermalogica’s latest game-changing innovation, the NEW! Smart Response Serum, provided the inspiration to feature real-life First Responder ambassadors in a photographic shoot. We get a glimpse into how First Responders, much like the new Smart Response Serum, respond to challenges under ever changing circumstances allowing us to appreciate the invaluable contribution they make to our lives.
Delivers a personalized response every time, for a healthier-looking skin over time. SmartResponse technology recognizes micro-changes in the skin, intelligently addressing skin concerns before they're visible to the naked eye and helping to prevent future damage.
SmartResponse technology is a combination of four smart actives each respond to a different signal from the skin:
- detects a weakened barrier and acts to hydrate
- detects skin's inflammatory response and acts to soothe
- detects a surge in melanin production and acts to brighten
- detects collagen weakness and acts to smooth & firm
Oligosaccharides from Hydrolyzed Beta Glucan respond to dehydration signals, helping skin to maintain optimal hydration levels.
Gallic Acid from Japanese Cornelia Cherry helps to protect stressed skin against free radicals, helping to soothe and reduce the appearance of redness.
Hydrolyzed Wheat Flour, rich in Arabinoxylo-Oligosaccharides, activates as needed to brighten and help reduce the appearance of dark spots.
Mannose-6-Phosphate visibly smooths and provides a firming effect, responding to the first signs of visible skin aging to help improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
how does Smart Response Serum adapt to skin’s changing needs?
Our skin is constantly changing, not only seasonally but from one day to the next – in response to our climate, our diet, stress, and a number of other factors. Some skin care ingredients work indiscriminately, without taking skin’s individual needs into account. By activating key ingredients on different areas of the face in response to skin’s micro-changes, smart response serum is able to work when, where, and how skin needs it.