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inhibits the activity of the enzyme primarily responsible for hyper pigmentation by regulating the production of melanin.
interacts on the production process of melanin and possesses an antioxidant that counteracts the onset of inflammatory phenomena.
Alpha-hydroxyacid (aha) which is involved in several processes of cellular metabolism and reduces the cohesion between the corneocytes resulting in making skin more elastic and facilitating the action of the pha.
alpha and beta-hydroxy acids for a synergistic stimulation of cell renewal..
Azeloglicine® (derived from azelaic acid) can be used for sebum regulating, bleaching, moisturising-elasticising; it is indicated for products for oily, seborrheic, impure, dehydrated skin or skin with melanic spots.
extract from Chamomile Recutita flowers. It has soothing, refreshing, emollient and anti-reddening properties. Its use is indicated for sensitive skin, with rosacea and acne sequelae.
represents one of the fundamental constituents of the cellular membranes to which it gives the appropriate fluidity, thus favouring the osmotic mechanisms of exchange with the exterior. It is produced in a sequence known as internal biosynthesis but, even if administered externally, it is able to penetrate through the outer layers of the epidermis to reach the dermis fibres. This happens for two reasons: because of its molecular structure it is not held back by the corneous layer. Phospholipid globular aggregates are used in cosmetics for the purpose of conveying the active components of the barrier layer (the famous liposomes); by virtue of its chemical affinity with the intercellular lipids it can penetrate into the fibres of the dermis and link to the cellular membrane, thus mimicking the presence of the endogenously produced phospholipids. It executes a supportive action in favour of cell turnover which is undertaken through two basic biochemical ways.
poly-hydroxy acids highly hygroscopic, so moisturisers with antioxidants powers and properties that stimulate cell renewal.
organic substance which is widespread in nature: in olive oil, peanuts, rice bran, amaranth seeds and wheat germ. In the human body squalene is one of the most important constituents of sebum, whose function is to protect the skin from "attacks" of various kinds (detergents, chemical products, microorganisms, solar radiation etc.). As the years go by, sebum production of the skin is reduced. The use of topical preparations based on squalene helps moderate signs of ageing. Squalene helps to alleviate the signs of ageing. Squalene also boasts a precious emollient and nourishing actions, helping to prevent wrinkles and dry skin.