Wrinkles, the most typical sign of ageing, are caused when excessive stimulation of the muscular fibre is pulled inward.
Therefore, wrinkle depth and intensity can be diminished through a direct or indirect method of weakening the muscular nerve action by controlling muscle movement.
Neurotoxin injections such as Botox and Dysport have revolutionised the anti-ageing industry over nearly two decades by facilitating this process. But of course not everyone loves needles.
The key ingredient in Cell Fusion C’s new BTX Flattensome topical serum is a compound called acetyl hexapeptide, which suppresses the secretion of the skin cells’ neurotransmitters that stimulate the muscular fibres to contract.
With regular use, BTX Flattensome provides the desired muscle and line relaxing effects but without injections or high costs. Some doctors and dermal aestheticians also recommend it for post-injectable effect maintenance.