Vitamin A is encapsulated in liposomes. This natural system enables it to effortlessly penetrate the surface layer of the skin, allows it to be released over a longer period of time through the skin’s surface layer and increases its effectiveness. Dermatologically tested.
Warm a small amount of cream between your palms, then apply it to the face, neck and décolletage. Gently massage until absorbed.
Hydrated, nourished skin. Uncomfortable skin tightness disappears and wrinkles are reduced.
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.
It has a regenerating effect on the skin (anti-age effect). It can also regulate skin cell metabolism.
In addition to hydrating the skin and preventing wrinkles, wild rose oil is used for treating burns, scars and keloids.
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.
Liposomes are used as vehicles for administrating drugs in medicine, and in skincare they are used for delivering active ingredients to the target area.