- Urea has the ability to bind water, hydrates the skin and slows down the loss of moisture from the product during use. also helps to restore and remove dead skin cells .1
- 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.3
- 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.3
- Lactococcus activates the natural defense 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.3
- The lysate-treated skin area compared to placebo resulted in a significant renewal of the stratum corneum (stratum corneum) and an increased rate of skin protective barrier recovery (a study of 5 women aged 47 to 63 years who used probiotic lysates twice daily, over 2 weeks.3
- The application of lysate resulted in a significant reduction in visible signs of redness and skin irritation. The skin was much better protected from damage and external influences compared to placebo and untreated skin area (a study conducted on 20 subjects over 10 days).2
- The application of lysates contributes to the activation of the natural process of skin desquamation and promotes cell cohesion, ie stabilizes the connections between cells (research conducted on 18 volunteers aged 52-70 years for 42 days).3
1Andersson, A., Alanderi, J. (2015) Shea butter extract for bioactive skin care. AAK, Sweden./ 2Nasrollahi, 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./ 3Richter, K. (2016) Effects of probiotics on skin health and their functions. Investig.Dermatol. 10:13-25. /
Aqua Purificata, Hydroxyethyl Urea, Helianthus annuus Seed Oil, Glycine Soja Oil, Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil, Olea Europaea Husk Oil, Tocopherol, Retinyl Palmitate and Cholecalciferol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Lactococcus Ferment Lysate, Lactose, Milk Protein, Bifida Ferment Lysate, Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, Borago Officinalis Seed Oil, Sodium stearate, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexyglycerin, Carbomer, Propylene glycol, Linoleic acid.
Before first using, press the pump 2-3 times to activate the pump mechanism. Apply the cream in a thin layer on damaged skin several times a day. Massage gently on clear skin.
Do you know?
Unlike other creams available on our market, ProSkin cream contains a new generation of urea that has better hydrating properties, while not leaving an intense odor and does not cause burning when exposed to treated areas with UV rays.
To achieve maximum effect on skincare and regeneration, ProSkin line probiotics are in the form of lysates, cellular fragments of bacterial strains that, unlike live bacteria, do not have the problem of difficult colonization of the desired area due to severe external conditions and are more stable.