How does Vitamin E work?
Vitamin E is a free radical scavenger and moisturizer. It also helps maintain barrier function. When Vitamin E is used with Vitamin C, the antioxidant properties are more potent.
What is Retinol?
Retinol is the alcohol form of Vitamin A. Retinol has been reported to have effects within the skin up to 20 times stronger than the much more commonly used Retinyl Palmitate.
How does Retinol work?
Retinol is an excellent ingredient for photoageing as it lessens the appearance of fine lines, dryness and sun damage. It will help with hydration levels, leaving the skin smoother and younger looking. Very effective in restoring the “health” of the individual skin cells.
Hyaluronic acid is a moisturiser that occurs naturally in the skin. It makes an ideal moisturiser base, reducing the need for other lubricants and emollients. New technology using hyaluronic acid fragments activates the skin’s own production of hyaluronic acid, Hyaluronic acid is a must for severely dry skins. Hyaluronic Acid, is the most credible, proven anti-aging ingredient on the market.
Almost half of all hyaluronic acid from the human body is contained in the skin, in the connective tissue of derma between collagen and elastin fibers as well as in the cells of the corneal layer – corneocytes. Hyaluronic acid synthesis in derma and epidermis starts slowing down as early as 15 years of age and accelerates under the influence of different factors.
Compared to other moisturizers, hyaluronic acid has a number of advantages. Hyaluronic acid has the highest hygroscopic property (the ability to absorb moisture) compared to other common moisturising agents such as glycerine and sorbitol. At the same time unlike glycerine it stays active in a dry atmosphere.
It is compatible with skin, does not cause allergic reactions or irritations. Cosmetics which contain hyaluronic acid soften, moisturize and protect the skin, noticeably changing its appearance.