FACE MASK FOR OILY AND COMBINED SKIN With vitamins ACE, collagen, hyaluronic acid and stem cells40g
Creamy mask used in the evening suitable for oily and combined skin. Vitamins and collagen nourish and regenerates the skin and hyaluronic acid hydrates it. Effective substances extracted by gentle processes found in alpine rose are applicated by special technologies into the PhytoCellTecTMAlp Rose complex.
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INFORMATIONCreamy mask used in the evening suitable for oily and combined skin. Vitamins and collagen nourish and regenerates the skin and hyaluronic acid hydrates it. Effective substances extracted by gentle processes found in alpine rose are applicated by special technologies into the PhytoCellTecTMAlp Rose complex. This extract is rich in active antiradical substances. Improves vitality of skin stem cells. Protects barrier function which helps to accommodate the skin to climate stress. Has revitalizing effect on skin stimulation and fibroblasts. Improves creation of skins own collagen. Lowers the loss of epidermal water and has obvious anti-aging effects.
Water is the main dissolvent of hydrophilic cosmetic components. Has amazing cleaning effects which are improved by alcohol and cleaning surfactants. Water is the carrier of active components in the cosmetic product. Considering that regular drinking water contains significant number of salts, mostly calcic and in ferric isn’t it’s use in cosmetic products suitable. Water used for production of cosmetic products is specially modified and sanitary safe. Water used it mostly distilled or purified by reverse osmosis.
RHODODENDRON FERRUGINEUM LEAF CELL CULTURE EXTRACT
Alpine roses are typical Swiss flowers that grow between 1500-3000 meters above the sea level. They are pressured to tolerate cold, UV light and drought in these extreme conditions. Effective Phyto substances extracted by gentle processes found in alpine rose are applicated by special technologies into the PhytoCellTecTMAlp Rose complex. This extract is rich in active antiradical substances. Improves vitality of skin stem cells. Protects barrier function which helps to accommodate the skin to climate stress. Has revitalizing effect on skin stimulation and fibroblasts. Improves creation of skins own collagen. Lowers the loss of epidermal water and has obvious anti-aging effects.
Ethyl ester of stearate acid is synthetic oil. Is being used as leading emollient in cosmetics. It improves the easiness of application and softens the product. Improves transport of effective substances into the skin. Can easily dissolve even hardly dissolvent cosmetic components and that is why it is being added into most of emulsions, oily and creamy cosmetic products. Its great advantage is its oxidant stability.
CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE EMOLIENT
Creates barrier on the top of skin which prevents losing skins moisture and due to that it reduces its dryness. Improves the spread ability of serum which makes applying easier and doesn’t leave oily finishing touch.
SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED OIL
Jojoba oil (more accurate would-be jojoba vax) is jojoba tree (Simmondsia chinesis) product from Sonoran Desert (Southwest USA and Northwest Mexico). This oil provides the young jojoba plant with vegetable oils. Unique molecular structure of wax esters that consists of long chained omega-9 fatty acids and fatty alcohols provides smooth nonoily texture, easy appliance, quick absorption and protection against heat and air damages. Besides wax esters jojoba oil naturally consists of phytosterols. Together they are known as biomimetic lipids of skin and skins fat. Oil helps to hydrate, softens the skin, adds lipids and maintains even hydro-lipid filter. Helps as antioxidant to protect skin against free radicals. Has anti-inflammatory, calming effects, does not clog pores, and reduces overoiling.
Glycerin is hydrophile alcohol, that has tribasic alcohol (1,2,3-prophantriol) as base. Has three hydroxyl groups in its structure, thanks to them it can attach water pretty easily. Has moisturizing effects and improves solubility of many cosmetic substances and that helps with absorption into skin. Softens skin, moisturizes and in low concentration it helps to keeps skins hydration.
RETINOL- VITAMIN A
Vitamin A is a lipophile vitamin that is soluble in fats, which improves the absorption into the skin better opposite to vitamins that are soluble in water. Source of vitamin A are groceries of zoic nature. It cannot be found in plats. Vitamin A is crucial for growth and regeneration of cell membrane, it causes growth and improves skin. Protects mucosa and salivary glands against damages and helps to destroy toxic substances. Is considered a number one in cosmetics. Also, such as vitamin E they are being called “the beauty vitamins”. Fastens up creating of new skin and hair cells. Regenerates production of wax that prevents acne and reduces keratinization of skin.
TRITICUM VULGARE (WHEAT) GLUTEN
Is added mainly into revitalizing products in skincare in the last years and to other products of wheat derivates are being added as well. Isolated gluten- wheat gluten has moisturizing and hydrating effects, antioxidant and protective ones for our skin and it improves the overall condition. Commonly are wheat derivates added to hair products because it makes brushing hair easier and the have antistatic power on our hair.
Cetearyl alcohol is a combination of fatty alcohols with the number of sixteen carbons, Cetyl Alcohol- C16 and eighteen, Stearyl Alcohol- C18. Cetyl Alcohol is obtained from the coconut and is natural component of fats inside the skin which makes it natural for human skin. Both of the fatty alcohols improve the consistency of products. Thanks for the hydroxylic group and long lipophilic carbon oxygen chain has Cetyl Alcohol the effects of surface-active substance. These substances are being grouped at the edges of phases and even in low concentrations lower the tension between them. Tenzids that provide tension between the surface and on the edges of two not mixable liquids, fats and water phase we call emulgents. Those emulgents can connect not mixable phases into physical form of emulsion, in our case cream. Cetyl Alcohol is emulgent of fatty phase. Is hypoallergenic, does not irritate and is great for sensitive skin. Helps with easier absorption into the deeper layers of skin. Is often paired with Vaseline oil which improves the water connections.
Polyglyceryl-3 methyl glucose is universal PRF-free emulgent- emulgent floral base that creates stable emulsions. It lowers inner surface tension on the edge of two no mixable liquids meaning fat and water phase. It has softening effects on our skin and improves hydration. By its composition it is one of the non-ionic surfactants that have low irritation level and are well tolerated even by sensitive skin. It modifies viscosity and improves the stability of emulsions. Is being well tolerated by other components in product and can be combined with every type of surfactants.
Glyceryl stearate is glycerol ester stearate acid. Is naturally found in our body as side product of braking fats and can also be found in various fatty groceries. Glyceryl stearate is most common emulgent for oils, waxes and solvents. Helps to disperse two no mixable phases and lowers tension between them. By its composition we identify it as non-ionic surfactant, that are not irritating and are being tolerated even by sensitive skin. It modifies viscosity and stabilizes emulsions. Is well tolerated by other components of products and can be combined with every type of surfactant.
TOCOPHERYL ACETATE- VITAMIN E
Vitamin E, like vitamin A, is a lipophile vitamin that is soluble in fats, which improves the absorption into the skin better opposite to vitamins that are soluble in water. Is one of the most efficient natural antioxidants and substance that’s important for process of creating protein. Protects cells and tissue against damages and slows down degeneration of organism. Boosts regeneration of cells. With the help of other antioxidants, it regulates oxidant stress of organism that causes creating free radicals. Its disadvantage is low tolerance of heat and oxygen. That’s why in the last years we have been using more stable forms of it in cosmetics such as Tocopheryl Acetate. Combined with vitamin A and C it slows down skins aging.
Phenoxyethanol is conservator that protects cosmetic products from the growth of microorganisms. Mainly against G-bacteria in wide range of pH, it is compatible wit anion and also cation surfactants.
Ethylhexylgycerin is derivate of glycerine. Is mostly being used as conservating substance. Lowers tension on the surface of microorganism cells and by that it vanishes.
It is more stable form of vitamin C, that’s being released in skin by the presence of vitamin E and is antioxidant. Strengthens the capillary walls, fights creating of wide veins, boosts skins immunity and creating elastin and collagen.
Sodium hyaluronate commonly found in tissues of alive organisms is main component of intercell mass. For its ability to attach water it plays the main role in protecting and stabilizing skin at its cell level. Is crucial for hydrating and regenerating skin, improves elasticity and rejuvenates the look of dry and matte skin.
Complex mix of polysaccharides gained by enzymatic saccharoses process with humectant effect.
Lecithin is a complex lipid. Lecithin and cholesterol are the base components for biological cell membranes of human body including our skin. For cosmetical purposes it is being extracted from soya. Due to its similarity to skin cell our skin tolerates it pretty well. Has positive effects on sensitive skin and pro-eczema skin, also it is good for dry and damaged hair and nails. Can be used as natural emulgent. Lecithin is really popular in cosmetics even in so called natural cosmetics. Can be used also as the coating for liposomal capsule used to transport biologically active substances.