Resveratrol, Maritimum Eryngium Stem Cells and Hyaluronic acid.
Apply 4 drops in your hand and massage on the areas to be treated before applying your regular treatment.
Resveratrol is one of the components of wine, belonging to the family of polyphenols with important biological effects on health and skin, and withpotent antioxidant properties, preventing accelerated aging of our skin (wrinkles, sagging ...) and protecting the cellular DNA. Recent scientific studies highlighted the action of resveratrol directly on the longevity gene. Resveratrol is capable of launching a series of metabolic processes related to the duration of life through the stimulation of a gene family (SIRT) and the proteins which encode these genes, SIRTUINS. Furthermore, it was recently demonstrated the expression of a type sirtuin in the skin cells, especially fibroblasts and keratinocytes, which converts them into a focal point for skin rejuvenation treatment by the action of resveratrol.
A plant stem cell is a cell with the ability to multiply and differentiate in order to create new plant tissues.
Commonly known as sea holly, it is a plant native to European coastlines that grows preferably in sandy soils, which makes it extraordinarily adaptive and environmentally resistant.
• Regenerating action
Up to 19% increase in new basal membrane keratinocytes after three days of application.
• Stimulates the formation of epidermal growth factors
Favors keratinocyte regeneration and promotes fibroblast proliferation.
• Restructuring action
Stimulates the formation of new collagen by 37% and of three types of proteoglycans; perimembrane- by 33%, transmembrane- by 40% and matrix proteoglycans by 38%.
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.
Polyphenol present primarily in grapes. Acts as antioxidant and as activator of the SIRT1 gene. Known as the longevity gene.