Biopeptide Complex – a valuable combination of oligopeptides and polypeptides, providing immediate and long-lasting moisturization in all the layers of the skin as well as prevents sagging. Peptides are used to carry active ingredients deep into the skin, resulting in deeply nourished skin, an elastic and firm body, filling in fissures and unevenness. They also have energizing properties, stimulating skin cells to produce collagen and elastin. They help fight discoloration, to effectively brighten and even skin colouring.
Macadamia Oil – demonstrates antioxidative activity, protecting cells from free radicals. It softens and smoothes the skin. Macadamia oil has antibacterial action, regenerates cells and protects against the sun’s rays. Is has the ability to penetrate the dermis, where it activates regenerative functions. Possesses anti-wrinkle and anti-ageing actions. In addition, macadamia oil applied on the body is the strongest among all the anti-cellulite oils. It contains, among other things: unsaturated fatty acids, numerous mineral substances, vitamins A, B and E and lecithin. It also has regenerative properties, due to the presence of palmitic acid and oleic acid, which is also a component of human skin.
Allantoin and D-panthenol – exhibit intensive moisturizing, soothing, regenerative, keratolytic and anti-inflammatory properties. They soothe redness, reduce burning, stimulate cell division and the growth of cells, thanks to which the skin regenerates very well.
Aloe – (Aloe Vera) is an ingredient with highly moisturizing, smoothing and firming actions. It naturally stimulates fibroblasts to increase collagen production. Accelerates the healing and scaring of wounds, has an antibacterial effect – protects against Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli, thanks to which it soothes acne symptoms. Aloe has moisturizing, astringent and regenerating actions as well as delays the skin’s ageing process.
Fucus vesiculosus extract (bladder wrack – an algae from the Fucaceae family) helps in the fight against acne, relieve the symptoms of psoriasis, restores the natural pH of the skin, promotes the healing of wounds and helps fight against stretch marks. It possesses anti-cellulite and anti-inflammatory actions, improves skin tone and used regularly promotes regeneration and reconstruction processes of cells. Bladder wrack contains organic and inorganic iodine, mucous compounds: alginic acid, fucoidan, laminarin, mannitol and an entire range of vitamins (B1, B2, C, D, E, H, K and folic acid) as well as micronutrients (iron, manganese and cobalt). It is rich in amino acids: glycine and proline, which are the building blocks of elastin fibres. The use of bladder wrack improves skin hydration and increases flexibility. The polymers included in bladder wrack are hygroscopic, creating a moisturising layer on the skin, preventing its water loss. In seawater there are more than 100 elements and minerals, and in high concentrations it contains, among others, sodium, calcium, chlorine, magnesium and iron. Therefore, preparations that contain them contribute to the rebuilding of minerals in the cells, and thus the regeneration of the skin as well as the restoration of its healthy and youthful appearance.
Sodium – improves blood circulation, maintains hydration at the appropriate level and regulates water management.
Calcium – participates in building the collagen structure, supporting the rebuilding of skin cells, strengthens it and prevents sagging. In addition, it prevents drying of the skin, exhibiting anti-allergic actions and prevents the development of inflammation.
Potassium – firms the skin, improves metabolism, helps maintain water balance in the body and is used to treat allergies.
Magnesium – strengthens the skin and exhibits regenerative properties.