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Developed with Second Generation Growth Factor Technology, the Cellular Repair Face Serum addresses the multi-level effects of aging, including fine lines wrinkles, elasticity, and texture.


Klotho Skin ingredients are clean, sustainably sourced, and proven effective. All ingredients in Klotho Skin products are sustainably sourced. Klotho Skin products are responsibly packaged, using minimal plastics. Klotho Skin products are cruelty-free, with absolutely no animal testing practices.


Daily use promotes cellular expression of Klotho gene:

  • Increased collagen production, smoothing out fine lines
  • Decreased collagen breakdown, slowing the development of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Decreased TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss), increasing skin elasticity
  • Increase oxidative stress protection, encouraging even tone and texture
  • Increased anti-inflammatory responses, promoting healthy tone and appearance


After cleansing and drying face, twist the cap of bottle to dispense serum onto clean hands. Gently pat serum into the skin in a circular motion. Wait 5 minutes for serum to dry and absorb before applying any moisturizer or sunblock.

Best results are seen when applied morning and night. All skin care products should be used for 21 to 28 days prior to evaluation to ensure full cell cycle results.


Klotho Skin is formulated for all skin types and all ages from clean, sustainably sourced, and proven ingredients: EGF (oligopeptide-1), Vitamin E, Glycerine, Natural Alpha-Hydroxy Acid (AHA) Sodium Hyaluronate, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Sorbitol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Cellulose Gum, Caprylyl Glycol, Fruit Oil Extract, Lactic Acid

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