Blemish Control Ingredients – RE:ERTH

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From egg whites.

An antimicrobial enzyme most commonly found in human tears, saliva and mucus. Discovered by Sir Alexander Fleming in 1922, Lysozyme is able to destroy blemish-causing bacteria for clearer pores. Able to destroy Gram-positive bacteria by breaking down their cell wall as illustrated below.

Breakdown of gram-positive bacteria cell wallby Lysozyme


NAM : N-acetylmuramic acid, NAG : N-acetylglucosamine

2 Major Categories of Bacteria


Rich in Immunoglobulin.

Also known as Mothers’ Milk, our Colostrum is taken from Danish cows. This ingredient is rich in immunoglobulin with anti-bacterial effects, and contains Vitamins B and E. Also contains moisture-locking properties to strengthen and invigorate skin cells.

Contains all 5 classes of immunoglobulins, but is mainly comprised of Immunoglobulin G (IgG).

Blemish Control's Patented Breakthrough Technology

Secretory component protects our IgG from destruction when used on mucosal surfaces. Protected IgG, along with Lysozyme, rapidly destroys blemish-causing bacteria.

Water soluble Vitamin A

Patented, proven safe for sensitive skin with no redness or irritation.
Vitamin A causes remarkable improvements in and on the skin. However, standard oil soluble versions are known to be irritants, and can cause redness, sensitivity, and must be avoided under sunlight.

By stimulating collagen production, Water Soluble Vitamin A helps the skin achieve elasticity and firmness, without the side effects of other Vitamin A.
Clinical tests* have shown that Water Soluble Vitamin A penetrates the individual layers of the skin 60 times better than fat-soluble Vitamin A, causing skin surface and skin texture to become more smooth and refined.  

The study was presented on the Nordic Symposium on Focus on the Anti-ageing Treatment of the Skin in Oslo in March 1993.

Internal Study for Skin Thickness & Elasticity

*Internal study, Professor Allan Lassus of the Institute for Dermatological and Venereological Research, Helsinki Research Centre (1990).

3 Months Clinical Test Results of Water Soluble Vitamin A

*Clinical tests with 20 women with average age of 50 years; Published in: Erling Thom, Ph.D., Medstat Research Ltd., 2001 Lillestrom, Norway. Skintreatment with two different galenical formulations of Retinyl Palmitate in humans. Journal of Applied Cosmetology 11, 71-76.