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Fullerene Skin Revitalizing Ampoule Essence

Liquid Topical & Microneedling Therapy

USD $51.00


Fullerene cares for damage from the moment it is exposed to ultraviolet rays.

Helps the skin stay moisturize and improves dullness, dryness, pores, and lack of firmness due to ultraviolet rays. It is recommended for those who want intensive aging and antioxidant care from UV damage.

Size: 28 Glass Ampoules
Title Range Discount
Items: 2 - 4 5%
Items: 5 - 8 10%
Items: 9 + 15%


What is Fullerene Skin Revitalizing Ampoule Essence?

Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that encourages collagen production using tiny, sterilized needles. It may help smooth, firm, and tone skin and improve the appearance of scars, acne, and wrinkles.

Fullerene is a super antioxidant for anti-aging with strong, long-lasting, and stable features and, interestingly, the professors who discovered Fullerene received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1996. Fullerene can be expected to have an antioxidant effect more than 250 times that of vitamin C. Clinical tests have been done on the efficacy of Fullerene on age spots, wrinkles, acne, skin barrier function, pore tightening, and even more.

Fullerene ingredients are popular in Japan, China, and other Asian countries because of their high functionality and high safety coupled with Japanese quality. It is also praised for its abundant collection of highly reliable clinical data. Most clinical trials are the result of joint research with university professors and cosmetic dermatologists, and many trials have been published at academic conferences and also published as papers.

Fullerenes are molecules that are made up of carbon only, that are usually shaped like cages or tubes. There are a variety of different fullerenes, but the most famous is buckminsterfullerene, which has 60 carbon atoms arranged into a soccer ball structure. We’ve known about buckminsterfullerene for quite a while, since the 1980s,  but it’s only relatively recently that it’s been researched for use in skincare. As well as having a cool structure, it turns out that it has some pretty interesting properties as a skincare ingredient.

Buckminsterfullerene is commonly referred to as “fullerene” in skincare. Its most exciting property is that it can act as a potent antioxidant that can scavenge free radicals. Free radicals are one of the key causes of aging and cancer and are related to lots of skin conditions like acne, rosacea, and eczema, so removing them with antioxidants is one way to slow down wrinkles and pigmentation. The double bonds in the fullerene can easily react with free radicals, soaking them up like a “radical sponge” so they can’t react with your skin and damage it.

There are lots of antioxidant ingredients available. However, unlike a lot of other antioxidants like vitamin C, fullerene is stable to light and heat, which makes it great for skincare products that sit around for months or years while getting used up. The spherical structure makes fullerene more reactive to free radicals, and unlike a lot of other antioxidants, it won’t lose its antioxidant ability after reacting (or at least until all 30 of its radical-neutralizing bonds are used up).

There are lots of in vitro studies on fullerene’s effects as an antioxidant, and one in vitro study suggests that it could be a more potent fighter of pigmentation than ascorbic acid and arbutin. A few clinical trials show that it can help with a number of different skin conditions:

  • Acne: A small clinical trial in 2011 found that applying a cream containing 1% of a fullerene ingredient twice a day for 2 months led to reduced acne without affecting the skin’s barrier function or moisture level. The researchers think it’s because fullerene can decrease the accumulation of pus and reduce sebum production.
  • Skin aging: A double-blind study with 23 subjects found that applying a fullerene lotion for 2 months reduced how deep wrinkles were. Another study found that applying fullerene lotion increased the amount of collagen in the skin and skin hydration, both of which lead to fewer wrinkles and plumper skin.
  • Reduced facial pores: A small study with 10 people found that applying a fullerene cream twice a day for 8 weeks led to a decrease in conspicuous facial pores by 17.6% (the researchers suggest that it’s due to decreasing pigmentation).
  • Barrier recovery: Fullerene also helps with barrier recovery and reduces the impact of UVB radiation from the sun.

In terms of safety, fullerene seems to be very safe for use in skincare products, with minimal irritation and other side effects.

The Japanese company Mitsubishi has been funding most of the research into fullerenes via their subsidiary company Vitamin C60 Bioresearch, but the studies have been published in good peer-reviewed journals, and there are some independent studies as well. Like with most other skincare ingredients, the studies haven’t been done on large populations and are designed more as preliminary studies, but the results are very promising.

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