Meet Today’s Super Serum
Helix-D gives you fast and noticeable results.
The skincare arena has seen a plethora of products that aim to combat aging, and it has been a battle of innovation and formula.
And Helix-D sits prettily in the upper spectrum of anti-aging technology. Its approach to beauty is heavily backed by science and research.
The very same people behind the technology of Helix-D developed the phenomenal, and now iconic StriVectin-SD. Women all over the world, celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Debra Messing included, can’t help raving about this anti-aging product. This success was best exhibited when Strivectin-SD surpassed international prestigious cosmetic houses Elizabeth Arden, Dior, Mac, Biotherm, La Prairie and Perspectives in 2005.
But before StriVectin-SD had been hailed as the holy grail to removing wrinkles, it was first marketed as a cream to eradicate stretch marks, and was originally targeted at pregnant women. The big turn as dual use came about when a relative of an employee used a sample of Strivectin-SD on the face (as these samples weren’t labeled), and saw significant results in getting smoother, younger-looking skin. Since then, more and more women shared their stories on how the product reduced visible signs of aging like wrinkles and crow’s feet.
The discovery of the dual use of StriVectin-SD birthed the formulation of a more concentrated and specialized serum for the face—in the form of Helix-D.
The Helix-D Ageless Face Serum guarantees 100% potency in every drop. Your current skincare might be 100% potent when packed, but only 60% of its potency can be of use the longer it stays on the shelf.
Helix-D’s science of beauty promises smoother, younger-looking skin. It contains powerful active ingredients such as peptides, antioxidants and hydrators—the kind of ingredients that you should expect from a prestigious top-shelf anti-aging product. It’s also a non-invasive treatment unlike any other topically applied product out in the market today that is said to be as or almost as effective as getting botox done.
"Researchers like myself believe that non-invasive alternatives are better because topical creams offer gradual, continual results, while the effects of injections, facial peels, and dermabrasions are rougher on the skin and eventually wear off," says Dr. Louis Rinaldi, Chief Cosmetic Officer of Helix-D.