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Using the syringe-shaped packaging

Uniquely presented in a syringe-shaped pump pack, it is designed to dispense only just enough with no wastage. Remove the lid and unlock the pump (pictured adjacent). Place the nozzle on the face and press the base to administer one to two pumps. One to two pumps should be enough to apply a thin layer to the face.

Wrinklase® Day cream is designed to be used all over the face. Through its hydrating actives, it immediately improves the appearance of visible wrinkles. It contains Vitamin B3 or niacinamide to protect against environmental skin damage, improve skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles, hyperpigmented spots, and red blotchiness, and give a more even skin tone.

Wrinklase® Night cream can be focused on areas where fine lines form, such as the forehead, around the eyes and mouth. It contains high concentrations of peptides that stimulate collagen synthesis and act on the same pathway as injectable anti-wrinkle injections to relax muscles.

The locking mechanism at the base of the syringe ensures no wastage.

Turn anticlockwise to unlock.

The base can then be pressed firmly to dispense the cream.

Designed to dispense a precise small amount with each pump.

Turn clockwise to lock off the pump pack.

If the syringe is accidentally dropped on the ground, it does not tend to break, and the product is retained within the airless pump in the centre of the syringe, which can pop out. It simply needs to be replaced in the syringe casing, and the tiny knob on the silver cap at the base of the pump need to be lined up below the groove and pushed firmly into the base. At the same time, keep your finger on the nozzle with the syringe nozzle facing up so the product does not squirt out. Sometimes only the silver cap will fall off with dropping and is easily replaced as described.

The gradations on the syringe are on the outside and are cosmetic only and do not reflect the true volume of the inner tube of the syringe. There is a normal space at the top of the inner tube when left standing prior to use.