HYALURONIC ACID: It is a wonderful skin hydration substance, main component of the extra-cellular matrix. It induces cutaneous hydration and the production of new collagen as well.
GLYCEROL: A substance naturally present in the triglycerides and phospholipids of our organism with a structure of three groups very akin to water that function as small sponges: O-H hydroxils, in this manner increasing the hygroscopic strength of the corneous layer. It may also accelerate the restoration of a damaged cutaneous barrier thanks to a favourable effect on corneocyte growth.
PEPTIDES: The active role of peptides is that of forming proteic chains, in turn fundamental constituents of the extra-cellular matrix, with an elevated ability to maintain liquids by imbibition.
AMINO ACIDS: Amino acids are the building blocks with which proteins are synthesized. They play an important role since they transport nutrients to fibroblasts responsible for the formation of new molecules of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid which are the structural constituents of the dermis.
ANTIOXIDANT SUBSTANCES: These substances are found in the form of lipoic acid and SOD and have an elevated antioxidant power against the free radicals responsible for cutaneous aging.
VITAMINS: The vitamins of the B complex help enzymes perform multiple molecular reactions and are therefore known as coenzymes.
• They facilitate the construction of new cells and
therefore of new living tissue
• They are essential for maintaining muscular tone
• They are vital for the health of skin and hair