Sodium hyaluronate can easily pass through the surface layer of the skin, and acts as a molecular “sponge”, absorbing water and increasing volume in the connective tissue.
Hyaluronic acid is an integral component of our skin and is produced by the skin itself, in the connective tissue cells of the lower layer of skin.
Softens and nourishes the skin, especially dry skin. Helps with bruises and haematomas
Cold pressing the fruits of the evergreen plant Simmondsia chinensis produces a gold-coloured oil that is actually liquid wax.
The production of this precious protein starts to decrease even before we’ve reached our thirties.
Lecithin is a phosphatidylcholine, one among the important protectors of all cells.
Liposomes are used as vehicles for administrating drugs in medicine, and in skincare they are used for delivering active ingredients to the target area.
Sunflower, known for always turning towards the sun, protects the skin from external influences and harmful UV radiation.
A powerful antioxidant which protects the skin from harmful UV rays by neutralising free radicals.
Liposomes are composed of natural phospholipids. Those phospholipids are organised in bilayers that allow for the integration of vitamin C into their structure.
Vitamin C in salt form has a small molecule that can easily enter into the deeper layers of the epidermis, where it stimulates the production of collagen, a protein which makes the skin fuller and firmer.