Aesthetically Pleasing Professional Serums
Topix Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Citrix® CRS® L-Ascorbic Acid Serum
March, 2015



Concentrated Advice: Best for Dry Skin
Topix SRS Pro-Ceramide Barrier Repair
“The hefty dose of ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and glycerin in this feel good serum increases the skin’s moisture levels and replenishes the lipid layer of the skin. Antioxidants help soothe the irritation caused by dry skin, and rosemary extract supports the ceramide production of the skin so that it can repair itself more effectively.” – Melanie Palm, MD
March/April, 2015





Topix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of plant-derived growth factors and collagen building peptides to its advanced formula Citrix® CRS® L-Ascorbic Acid Serum. These proven ingredients help to strengthen, fortify, and support new collagen to help rebuild the dermal layer. [CRS®] reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and age spots and improves skin texture, tone, and overall appearance. Topix owns the only patent…that can guarantee therapeutic levels of pure, stable pH 3 L-Ascorbic Acid for 2 years… January/February, 2015

The Dermatologist


New Products
[Citrix® CRS® L-Ascorbic Acid Serum] A blend of plant-derived growth factors and collagen building peptides are formulated to help rebuild the dermal layer by strengthening and fortifying new collagen in the skin. The product reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots while improving texture and tone of the skin…The system contains tripeptides to support transforming growth factor-beta-1 for increased collagen and apple and citrus stem cells for micronutrients…
February, 2015

Dermatology News


Dermatology News


The reformulated Citrix® CRS® L-Ascorbic acid serum is available from Topix Pharmaceuticals in three concentrations of stable pH 3 L-Ascorbic acid: 10%, 15%, and 20%. The serum is engineered to strengthen skin collagen and help improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and overall skin texture. Other key ingredients include tripeptides to support collagen production, and apple and citrus stem cells to provide micronutrients.
February, 2015



What Skin Doctors Use on Their Faces
“When I’m not on prescription hydroquinone to fade melasma (I do it every few months for about four weeks at a time), I use ReBrightalyze Enhancement Therapy pads. They have arbutin, licorice, green tea, vitamin C–all the great natural spot faders.” –Alicia Barba, M.D.
February, 2015