- Probiotic lysates Bifidobacterium and Lactococcus effectively stimulate the skin’s immune system as well as the process of regeneration of the damaged skin area, resulting in the preservation of skin homeostasis.6
- Bifidobacterium supplies skin cells with various nutrients (e.g. proteins) and other ingredients needed to produce new molecules and energy. They stimulate the natural desquamation of the skin and participate in the removal and reuse of cellular waste in the processes of detoxification of the surface layer of the skin. They are also responsible for creating a protective layer on the surface of the skin that can significantly reduce the level of harmful effects of UV radiation on the skin.6
- Lactococcus activates the natural defence mechanism of the skin and participates in the activation of various enzymes on the surface of the skin which makes it firmer, more compact, more elastic and more resistant to external influences.6
- Borage oil is enriched with gamma-linolenic fatty acid (GLA), which has an anti-inflammatory effect and participates in maintaining the hormonal balance of the skin, improves the protective barrier function of the skin, helps maintain optimal skin moisture and elasticity and reduces itching.2
- Vitamin F is enriched with linoleic and α-linoleic fatty acids and participates as a support in the renewal of the surface layer of the skin, helps urea to maintain optimal levels of moisture, elasticity and maintain the balance of fatty acids in the skin.3
- Linoleic acid, thanks to its anti-inflammatory effect, significantly contributes to the reduction of symptoms such as redness of the skin in dermatitis and contributes to skin hydration (a study conducted on 20 patients with atopic dermatitis with an average age of 16.75 years over 4 weeks).5
- Shea butter deeply nourishes and regenerates the skin, thanks to its exceptional absorption properties it is quickly absorbed into the skin and enables and supports the penetration of other ingredients of urea, probiotics, borage oil and vitamin F into the deeper layers of the skin.1
- The addition of vitamin B3 (niacinamide) to skin care products has been shown to be beneficial in increasing protein and ceramide synthesis and accelerating kerationocyte differentiation thereby improving epidermal barrier function. In aging skin, niacinamide improves the surface structure of the skin and shows an effect in smoothing wrinkles.4
- Amaranth oil is rich in squalene. Squalene helps the skin retain moisture by making it smooth and elastic, but its main role is to protect the skin from UV radiation. Some research suggests that squalene may also be used to treat skin disorders such as seborrheic dermatitis, acne, psoriasis or atopic dermatitis.7
1Andersson, A., Alanderi, J. (2015) Shea butter extract for bioactive skin care. AAK, Sweden./ 2Brosche,T., Platt, D. (2000) Effect of borage oil consumption on fatty acid metabolism, transepidermal water loss and skin parameters in elderly people. Arch. Gerontol Geriatrics. 30:139150./ 3Chiba, T., Nakahara, T., Kohda, F., Ichiki, T., Manabe, M., Furue, M. (2019) Measurement of trihydroxy-linoleic acids in stratum corneum by tape-stripping: Possible biomarker of barrier function in atopic dermatitis. PLoS ONE. 14(1). /4Gehring, W. (2004). Nicotinic acid/niacinamide and the skin. J. Cosmet. Dermatol. 3(2), 88–93./ 5Nasrollahi, S. A., Ayatollahi, A., Yazdanparast, T., Samadi, A., Hosseini, H., Shamsipour, M., Akhlagi, A. A., Yadangi, S., Abels, C., Firooz, A. (2018) Comparison of linoleic acid-containing water-in-oil emulsion with urea-containing water-in-oil emulsion in the treatment of atopic dermatitis: a randomized clinical trial. Clin. Cosmet. Investig. Dermatol. 11:2128./ 6Richter, K. (2016) Effects of probiotics on skin health and their functions. Investig.Dermatol. 10:13-25. / 7Wołosik, K., Knaś, M., Zalewska, A., Niczyporuk, M., Przystupa, A.W. (2013) The importance and perspective of plant-based squalene in cosmetology. J. Cosnet. Sci. 64(1):59-63.
Aqua, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Borago Officinalis Seed Oil, Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Oil, Glycerin, Lactococcus Ferment Lysate, Bifida Ferment Lysate, Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Niacinamide, Tocopheryl Acetate, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract CO2, Linoleic Acid (and) Linolenic Acid, Ceteareth 20, Lactic Acid, Sodium PCA, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.
Remove the protective film and squeeze out the required amount of lotion by lightly pressing the pump. Apply the lotion in a thin layer on clean and dry skin and gently massage it. For best results apply lotion a few times per day. For external use only.
Do you know?
Amaranth oil is the richest natural source of squalene and that is why it is increasingly used in skincare products. Squalene helps retain moisture in the skin, which keeps the skin hydrated. It also acts as an antioxidant making it a great ally in the fight against inflammatory skin conditions, and regular use can increase collagen production, resulting in firmer skin.