Key Element Skincare



Restores youthful look in mature skin. Immediately hydrates skin surface and deeper levels, and then locks in the moisture for a plump, radiant look that lasts all day. Superior antioxidant protection. Revolutionary patent-pending action helps activate protective and rejuvenating enzymes, which are lacking in mature skin. Noir provides additional light exfoliation and repair action overnight.

BEST FOR: Suitable for all skin types, but specifically developed for dry, sensitive skin affected by hormonal aging.

ADDRESSES: Dry Skin, Wrinkles, Fine Lines, Hyperpigmentation, Loose Skin, Puffiness Under Eyes.

Key Element skincare contains Agixen, a specific form of sodium succinate with improved penetration, stability and efficacy. This innovation could help us harness the power of our own enzymes in order to prevent and reverse signs of aging in mature skin.

Dr. Sheila Krishna, MD, FAAD

Dermatologist, MIT-trained clinical researcher


Apply a small amount (1-2 drops at a time) on a tip of your finger. Gently massage into desired areas.

The serum is free of any fragrance and has a delightfully light silky texture that naturally synthesizes with skin to immediately bring out tone and a vibrant lit-from-within glow.


Unlike many other topical products, our ingredients actually get into the skin. Deep and fast. Our proprietary process creates nano-sized molecules that have superior absorption, stability and power, to create a sum greater than its parts.




Agixen® is a proprietary bioactive form of Sodium Succinate. According to a recently published study in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology it activates Succinate Dehydrogenase Enzyme, known as Complex II SDH, which regulates aging in skin cells.1 Younger skin has high levels of Complex II SDH. However, as we age, their levels drop. Activating these critical enzymes is key to addressing wrinkles, pigmentation and other signs of aging.3



Hyaluronic Acid and Sodium Succinate To further protect your skin against signs of aging, we’ve paired Agixen with Hyaluronic Acid. In a recent clinical study, this combination increased collagen-building activity in skin by 300%, which was 100% more than Hyaluronic Acid alone.


  1. Amy Bowman, Mark A. Birch-Machin. Age-Dependent Decrease of Mitochondrial Complex II Activity in Human Skin Fibroblasts. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Vol. 136, Issue 5, p912–919
  2. Reza Mia. Combining HA with Sodium Succinate. Aesthetics Journal, VOl. Jul 14, 2016

3. Maurizio Cecarelli. Treating hyperpigmentation using acombination of hyaluronic and succinicacids. Prime International Journal of Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine. Jul 22, 2016 


    Deionized water, Vitamin C (as Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate), Hyaluronic acid (as Sodium Hyaluronate Low-Molecular-Weight), Glycerin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Hyaluronic acid (as Sodium Hyaluronate Super-Low-Molecular-Weight), Allantoin, Agixen (as Sodium Succinate Hexahydrate).