4% DMAE (in free and liposomal form) glycolic acid.
Apply the cream to the face, by gently massaging with fingertips until completely absorbed.
Flaccidity is the loss of skin firmness, this is mainly due to the passage of time because of the loss of collagen and elastin, substances that provide the support, elasticity and firmness, to the entire body. As a result the oval face is blurred and antiaesthetic bags begin to appear on the eye area and jowls or double chin. The cheekbones and eyebrows and cheeks sag.
A natural nutrient, precursor to acetylcholine, which is part of our own body (the human brain secretes it in small amounts) and which also occurs in abundance in nature (especially in fish like salmon, anchovy or sardines). It has a tensor effect, a lasting firming action and stabilizes cell membranes.
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.