A medicinal plant that contains terpenoids, which have various healing qualities, including the improvement of the healing of skin lesions and burns, improvement of the function of the small veins in the skin, acceleration of the production of components that assist in the preservation of moisture in the skin, the protection of the cells of the immune system, and more.
An antioxidant, helps delay premature skin aging .
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance in the body found in the intracellular spaces and it plays an important role in the skin.
It maintains the skin’s moisture, softness and elasticity and it also plays an important role in the production of collagen. With age its quantity diminishes and this is one of the reasons for loss of elasticity and tone which leads to the appearance of wrinkles. In the medical field it is used in the form of injections and advanced cosmetic products use it for the preservation of an elastic and soft skin texture.
An alpha-hydroxy acid that is derived from milk, is considered to be highly effective in the regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin.
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 C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitamin C is one of the most effective antioxidants and is also a key player in the process of collagen production. Research has shown that topical application of vitamin C can improve the “re-interweaving” of these fibers in mature complexions. Vitamin C is also known to have an illuminating effect on the complexion and it protects from photo-aging and environmental stress.
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.