15 % Glycolic acid, allantoin, hyaluronic acid, bisabolol, Epilobium, Centella asiatica, plant tensioning.
Break the ampoule and spread over the areas to be treated using circular movements.
Ideal for all skin types. Helps to clarify the skin and smooth out a rough texture. Improves moisture while reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Exfoliating effect. Refreshing ampoules with glycolic acid free and liposome that renews, regenerates and hydrates the skin. Ideal for all skin types. Peeling effect
With some 360 different species, Aloe vera is a plant belonging to the asphodelaceae or liliaceae family. Anti-inflammatory, moisturizer, antioxidant and immunomodulator for immunosuppressed individuals. Aloe Vera is a cellular regenerator with calming and moisturizing effects on our skin. It acts by inhibiting pain and inflammation and by stimulating the healing of wounds and burns.
The plant Boswellia serrata, also known as “Shallaki”, has been widely used since ancient times as anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
Boswellia serrata contains triterpenoids, called boswellic acids, which are powerful inhibitors of 5–lipoxygenase. This enzyme gives rise to inflammatory and allergic pathways.
Features healing, epithelization, vasoprotective, anti-inflammatory, biostimulating properties. Recommended for the treatment of eczema, erythema, stretch marks, skin dystrophies; psychosomatic alopecia due to its stimulating and bioactivating power; and as restructuring agent for the dermal matrix.
Glycolic acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid obtained from sugar cane, grapes and beetroot. Due to its very low molecular weight, its skin penetration is very high. It is a very versatile active ingredient and its uses in dermatology include, apart from aging, keratinization disorders, pigmentation changes, acne, folliculitis, and actinic and seborrheic keratosis.
Although its exact mechanism of action remains unknown, it has been shown that glycolic acid improves these disorders through thinning of the horny layer, promotion of epidermolysis, dispersion of melanin in the basal layer, and increased collagen synthesis in the dermis.
Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in all living organisms, it is a universal component of the spaces between tissue cells (extracellular space) and makes up the matrix. It is a glycosaminoglycan with a key function in skin hydration due to its water-retaining capacity.
Pseudomonas Ferment Extract
Red Algae Extract
Vegetable Tightening Proteins