Among all the Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA), it's the one with the lowest molecular weight and therefore has the highest skin penetrating ability. Extracted from sugar canes, it has a powerful exfoliating, skin brightening properties as well as favoring cellular renewal and collagen production.
Beta Hydroxy Acid that thins the top layer of skin cells and evens the complexion. It performs a controlled keratolytic action and stimulates collagen production.
Amino acid that regenerates the skin, stimulating the repairing and renewal processes.
Amino acid specifically used to treat dry and dehydrated skins. It tones the tissues and makes them more elastic by synthesizing the naturally present elastin.
Beer yeast derivative that reinforces the skin's natural ability to protect itself from harmful environmental influences. Revitalizes and firms the skin.
Epidermal growth factors (proteins) extracted from vegetal bio-placenta. They stimulate the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and cell growth processes, for an anti-wrinkle, firming and regenerating action.
Prickly Pear Extract
Efficiently contrasts oxidative stress and inflammations caused by UV rays and restores proper skin moisturization.
Essential amino acid that is a part of the Collagen formation processes. Increases skin tone and firmness.
Amino acid chain that improves collagen synthesis. It activates the growth factors tied to the production of elastic fibers to support the tissues.
ProVitamin B5 improves the barrier function of the skin, improves its elasticity and tone. Stimulates cellular regeneration and prevents sensitizations.
Non essential amino acid used by the body in the process of collagen production.
Vitamin A that acts as an antioxidant on free radicals. It intervenes on the synthesis of dermal fibers, efficiently contrasting tissue failure and aging signs.
Vitamin E that prevents oxidation reactions and acts as a biological antioxidant. Performs a protective effect against free radicals.
Solvent formed by an alcohol and an ether that favors the penetration of actives by solubilizing the lipid matrix of the corneum.
Solvent that increases the diffusion of actives, opening the skin's pore channels and at the same time temporaneously dissolving the skin's lipidic membrane.
Complex that develops a superficial hyperemia (controlled increase in blood flow). The tissue suffers a localized blood circulation from which derives a strong stimulation and revitalization.