ALPHA LIPOIC ACID (ALA)
It is made by the body however its production diminishes with age. In cosmetics is known as an important antioxidant and neutralizes free radicals which damage our skin. It is unique and more effective than other antioxidant because it is both water and fat soluble and the body cells are made up of both materials.
BORAGE OIL (medicinal foxtail)
The richest source of the fatty acid GLA. Borage oil improves the elasticity of the skin membranes and prolongs their lifespan, effectively treats skin irritation, redness, ichthyosis, and inflammatory skin problems like seborrhea and acne. It helps achieve a significant improvement in cases of very dry skin and aging skin.
HIPPOPHAE (Sea-Buckthorn) OIL
A rich oil, which contains a high concentration of antioxidant vitamins, amino acids, essential fatty acids, anti-inflammatory ingredients, and minerals. Accelerates the renewal of skin cells and is used for mending and rehabilitating the skin. In addition, it is useful for the treatment of wrinkles and in delaying the skin’s aging process.
Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin, known as one of the most powerful antioxidants in our body.
Retin A, a derivative of vitamin A, has been proven to have the ability to repair skin damage caused by over exposure to sun, to smooth wrinkles and expression lines and to improve skin’s firmness. It has been found that vitamin A or Retinol has a positive effect on acne and acne prone complexions.
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant, protects against free radicals and protects the skin from sun radiation. It is also essential to the improvement of the skin’s moisture level and loss of moisture in the epidermis.