What is the correct order of product application for AM?
  • Serum: Serums with antioxidants like vitamin C or E are excellent choices for the daytime. They help protect the skin from UV damage and environmental stressors while promoting a brighter complexion.  Use Vitamin C 20% serum during the day to maximize its antioxidant properties with your Mineral SPF.
  • Moisturizer: A lightweight, non-comedogenic moisturizer helps lock in hydration and acts as a protective barrier before your sunscreen.
  • Sunscreen: Sunscreen is arguably the most crucial daytime skincare product. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 30, even on cloudy days. Reapply every two hours if you’re exposed to the sun.
  • Eye Cream: Use an eye cream in the morning to target specific concerns like puffiness and dark circles.

It’s essential to apply these products in the correct order, typically from the lightest consistency to the heaviest. Always wait a few minutes between applying different products to allow them to absorb properly into your skin.

What is the best order for my Moisture and Repair Regime in the PM?
  • Cleanse/Toner and Exfoliate (1-3x week) : Begin your nighttime routine by thoroughly cleansing your face to remove makeup, sunscreen, dirt, and impurities accumulated during the day.
  • Serums: Apply a targeted serum based on your specific skincare concerns. Common nighttime serums include those containing retinol (vitamin A) for anti-aging, hyaluronic acid for hydration, or niacinamide for brightening and addressing skin texture.
  • Eye Cream: Apply an eye cream designed to address concerns like fine lines, puffiness, or dark circles around the eyes.
  • Moisturizer: Use a slightly heavier and more hydrating moisturizer than your daytime one to lock in moisture and repair the skin’s natural barrier. Look for ingredients like ceramides and hyaluronic acid.
  • Acne Treatment (if needed): If you have acne or are treating blemishes, apply your acne treatment products after your serum but before your moisturizer.

It’s essential to apply these products in the correct order, typically from the lightest consistency to the heaviest. Always wait a few minutes between applying different products to allow them to absorb properly into your skin.

Is it possible to increase Collagen in my skin?

Skincare Product Options:  

There are several skincare products that contain ingredients known to stimulate collagen production. These ingredients can help improve the appearance of skin by increasing collagen synthesis, which can lead to smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin. Here are some common ingredients found in skincare products for stimulating collagen production: 

  1. Retinoids (Retinol, Retinaldehyde, Tretinoin): Retinoids are derivatives of vitamin A and are well-known for their ability to stimulate collagen production. They work by increasing cell turnover and promoting the production of new collagen fibers. Retinoids can be found in various forms and strengths in over-the-counter and prescription products.
  2. Peptides: Peptides are short chains of amino acids that can signal the skin to produce more collagen. They can be found in various skincare products, often marketed as “collagen-boosting” or “firming” products. Common peptides for collagen stimulation include palmitoyl pentapeptide, palmitoyl oligopeptide, and copper peptides.
  3. Vitamin C Serums (L-Ascorbic Acid): Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that not only protects the skin from free radicals but also stimulates collagen production. Look for serums containing L-ascorbic acid, a stable and effective form of vitamin C. It can also help with brightening the skin and improving overall skin tone.
  4. Growth Factors: Growth factors are naturally occurring proteins that regulate various cellular processes, including collagen synthesis. Skincare products containing growth factors aim to mimic the body’s natural processes to encourage collagen production and improve skin texture.
  5. Hyaluronic Acid: While not a direct collagen stimulator, hyaluronic acid is a key ingredient for maintaining skin hydration. Well-hydrated skin can appear plumper and more youthful, indirectly supporting collagen synthesis and overall skin health.
  6. Niacinamide (Vitamin B3): Niacinamide is known for its multiple skincare benefits, including its ability to support collagen production. It can improve the skin’s natural barrier function, reduce redness, and enhance the overall appearance of the skin.
  7. Plant Extracts (E.g., Centella Asiatica, Ginseng): Some plant extracts contain compounds that can promote collagen synthesis. Centella asiatica, for instance, has been shown to stimulate collagen production and improve wound healing.
  8. Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) and Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs): AHAs and BHAs, such as glycolic acid and salicylic acid, respectively, can exfoliate the skin, leading to increased cell turnover and potentially encouraging collagen synthesis over time.
What are peptides and why do I need them?

Peptides in skincare are short chains of amino acids that can have various benefits for the skin. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and when these amino acids are linked together in specific sequences, they form peptides. Peptides can be naturally occurring in the body or synthesized for use in skincare products. 

Here are some key ways in which peptides are used in skincare:

  1. Collagen Production: Some peptides, such as palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 (also known as Matrixyl), are believed to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. Collagen and elastin are proteins that help maintain the skin’s firmness and elasticity, and their production tends to decline with age. By promoting collagen production, peptides may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  2. Hydration: Certain peptides, like hyaluronic acid peptides, can help improve skin hydration. They work by attracting and retaining moisture, which can make the skin appear plumper and more youthful.
  3. Anti-Inflammatory: Some peptides have anti-inflammatory properties, which can be beneficial for soothing and calming irritated or sensitive skin. For example, palmitoyl tripeptide-8 is known for its anti-inflammatory effects.
  4. Brightening: Peptides like oligopeptide-68 can help even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation.
  5. Repair and Recovery: Certain peptides support the skin’s natural repair processes. They can aid in wound healing, reduce redness, and improve the overall health of the skin.

It’s important to note that while peptides can offer various skincare benefits, their effectiveness can vary depending on factors such as their specific formulation, concentration, and the individual’s skin type. Additionally, results from using peptide-based skincare products may take some time to become noticeable, and consistency in application is often key to seeing improvements.

How and Why guarantee lifetime, monthly, complimentary, all natural, pharmaceutical grade alpha | beta hydroxy miracle face peels without compromising on the quality of ingredients?

TzoneSkinRepair is part of a private organic company built on truth, efficacy and the highest of quality that grows by word of mouth. The buzz is generated from satisfied consumers across the country due to visible facial skin improvement. “They just have a glow about them”. Why Peel? According to Dr. Khetarpal of The Cleveland Clinic , “chemical peels are used to improve the skins appearance, targeting concerns like acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and texture by helping your skin cells turnover.” The company chooses to invest its finances into the highest quality + high percentage ingredients formulating pharmaceutical grade alpha | beta hydroxy peel blends to include Glycolic, Salicylic, Lactic, Pyruvic, Kojic which are used in the monthly complimentary peel programs. The company chooses to bypass allocating finances for fancy advertising campaigns trying to entice consumers to purchase a skin repair program. The corporate budget is reserved solely for satisfying consumers with the highest quality, truth, and transparency in skin repair! Nothing else. Resulting in Glowing Results!

What is the difference between a cosmeceutical skin repair product like T4 and a cosmetic product like Lancome or StriVectin?

A cosmeceutical skin repair product such as T4 Skin Care’s 20% Super C Serum is much stronger than Lancome’s 3% Vitamin C Crème. Cosmeceuticals are the highest percentage strength in ingredients allowed by the FDA without needing a prescription and most often found in dermatologists and medical spa offices. T4 products are formulated with botanical nature + cutting edge science, utilizing very high quality + potent, high percentage strength ingredients such as antioxidants, enzymes, retinol, peptides, botanical stem cells and skin immunity supporting ingredients such as Green Tea and CoQ10 that exfoliate, nourish, hydrate, repair and protect skin.

How can Tzone afford such high quality and high strength ingredients at half the retail cost of its competitors such as Skinceuticals, Obaji, ZO, Dermatologica and Kinerase?

It all stems back to the company’s commitment to invest its financial resources in quality and forever changing, amazing “science backed” technology. Our products are designed to reverse aging and environmentally damaged skin with high quality and the highest percentage strength ingredients necessary without a prescription rather than investing in advertising campaigns attempting to lure consumers to use their T4 and Elia Botanica skin repair products or to pay out massive commissions or require large retailer inventory.

We prefer to be excellent over ‘big’ and to deliver the most advanced skin repair technology at an affordable price. We are committed to help our clients calm the ‘shopping for the best skincare storm’, paying special attention to those frustrated with skin conditions like acne, rosacea, sun damage, dryness, and unnecessary wrinkles. Our goal is to preserve our largest organ, our skin, by taking care of what we’ve been given.

Our key ingredients are either botanically derived or bioengineered from plant sources and are carefully selected based upon research demonstrating true efficacy. Natural herbal extracts are blended with water-based emulsions to provide results. No artificial dyes or sensitizing fragrances are used. Botanicals are chosen from the finest sources around the world and indigenous to their origin. The herbs are harvested at the correct time of year when the benefits of the plants are at their peak, as well as the correct time of day when the plant’s synergy is at peak. We honor the environment and work only with those products compliant with The California Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act and the European Union Cosmetics Directive.


Sign up today and receive "My 7 Day Skin Reset". Be in the know on the newest advances in skincare and our latest product releases.

Join by Text or Email

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.