Triple Action DNA Repair
We all know that DNA is "the building block of life." DNA is responsible for the structure,
function and replication of all of the cells within our bodies, including skin cells.
Like other parts of skin cells, DNA is susceptible to damage from the sun's UV rays
and free radical damage. Once DNA is damaged, cells may stop functioning or may
begin to divide in an unregulated manner, causing tumors and cancer formation.
The body will naturally repair DNA damage with a series of amino acids and enzymes,
but the repair process slows with age. Over time, the body can no longer repair all of the
damage that accumulates each day and damage becomes permanent unless
supplementing with topical agents occurs.
The ingredients in PRESCRIBED Solutions DNA address multiple levels of repair with amino acids and enzymes that are a natural part of the DNA repair process. This rounded approach to repair allows for rapid and effective repair to many types of DNA damage.
Before & After
Clinical studies & research
Comparative Effects of Sunscreens Alone vs Sunscreens Plus DNA Repair Enzymes in Patients With Actinic Keratosis: Clinical and Molecular Findings from a 6-Month, Randomized, By Mauro Carducci, Paolo Sergio Pavone, Giuseppe De Marco, Silvia Lovati, Velimir Altabas, Karmela Altabas, Enzo Emanuele. Clinical Study, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) 2015 Sep;14(9):986-90. Read Full Text.
A multi ‐center, open ‐label study to evaluate the effects of topically ‐applied DNA repair enzymes and substrates on photo ‐aged skin. By Monika G. Kiripolsky, M.D., Hema Sundaram, M.D., and Vivian W. Bucay, M.D. Read Full Text.
Reduced number of actinic keratoses with topical application of DNA repair enzyme creams, by Telia DeBoyes, David Kouba, David Ozog, Edgar Fincher, Lauren Moy, Kathryn Iwata, Ronald Moy. Clinical Study Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) 2010 Dec;9(12):1519-21. Read Full Text.