Common ingredients in cosmetic skincare products designed to fade dark spots and address uneven skin tone include hydroquinone, kojic acid, preservatives, and fragrances. Multiple studies have questioned the safety of some of these ingredients and as a result, more and more people are becoming concerned about the potentially harmful products they apply on their skin.
InviCible is effective, safe, hypoallergenic and does not contain any controversial ingredients. It is also NOT tested on animals.
Due to its superior safety profile, InviCible has won the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval and was also voted a Champion in The
InviCible helps improve:
InviCible also helps prevent hyperpigmentation after skin resurfacing procedures (please clear with your physician first before using).
We do not anticipate improvement in:
There have been no reports of skin irritation or allergy. InviCible is hypoallergenic, so skin irritation is very unlikely. You may however experience a stinging sensation that is a normal reaction to the vitamin C complex.
InviCible’s vitamin C complex can create a stinging sensation in most people. This is normal and means the cream is working. Any stinging stops quickly. Do not apply InviCible to open wounds.
InviCible’s formulation is sophisticated. It is difficult to stabilize hydrous and anhydrous forms of Vitamin C in creams. Creating a hypoallergenic cream without preservatives makes the process even more complex. InviCible is also the only scar treatment containing ProBiosyn-4™, an all-natural scar-minimizing complex. InviCible’s formulation required years of research and the highest quality ingredients.
No. Never has, never will.
InviCible Scars may indeed help with the sensitivity and itching. However, if you are not trying to improve the appearance or texture of your scar, we recommend you consider trying a topical steroid preparation like 1% hydrocortisone cream first – this is more likely to decrease itching and is much less expensive.
No. InviCible contains two types of vitamin C (tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate and L-ascorbic acid), silicone (Dimethicone), and ProBiosyn-4. Nothing else. InviCible contains only safe ingredients that have been shown to improve scar healing.
Yes, if they are over 2 years of age. However, the vitamin C complex may sting and be too uncomfortable for young children. We recommend you contact your child’s pediatrician prior to using any scar products on your child.
If you use InviCible as recommended, you should start to see results within 12 weeks.
You may see a mild discoloration of white clothing after direct and prolonged contact with InviCible.
Yes. InviCible is a medicated foundation primer. You can apply foundation, make-up, sun block, or any other skincare regimen over InviCible. Sun exposure can increase the redness/pigmentation of fresh scars, so we strongly encourage the use of sun block on top if you are using InviCible as a treatment for facial scarring.
When vitamin C is stabilized and in a high enough concentration, it can prevent discoloration by slowing the production of pigment-producing cells and stimulating collagen.
17% Vitamin C is the highest concentration you can have in a beauty product, according to Dr. C.