- Aloe Vera: It is a strong anti-inflammatory active ingredient that helps to minimize certain skin pathologies like: inflammatory acne, erythema (caused by the sun), psoriasis, pustules. Also, as it is an excellent healing, this ingredient helps to minimize the sequelae caused by these pathologies.
- Due to its composition, the Aloe Vera prepares the skin and works as a vehicle to penetrate other active ingredients into the deepest layers of the skin.
- As it has a mixture of vitamin A, C and E, the Aloe Vera is considered a great antioxidant.
- If it is used in a 90-100% concentration, this ingredient can reduce certain skin allergies.
- Its biggest advantage, in cosmetics, is that it does not cause any contraindication in the skin.
- Excellent moisturizer
- Ten’s Up (Chicory): Active that consists of a innovative three-dimensional hydrocolloid matrix. It contains fructooligosaccharides obtained from the plant of Chicory. With proven efficacy studies, these oligosaccharides are injected into a three-dimensional matrix and once applied to the skin, they are released sequentially.
- It helps to reduce the signs of aging
- Provides a better appearance when using make-up.
- Minimizes signs of fatigue
- Creates an instant tensor effect (5 minutes after application) and progressively
- Returns the brilliance of the skin
- Increases collagen synthesis
- Minimizes wrinkles
- Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE): Increase the levels of acetylcholine and keratinocytes, and it is also capable of modulate neuromuscular junction. In vivo studies have demonstrated its efficiency and concluded that it helps to:
- Reduce fine wrinkles and dark circles
- Anti-inflammatory effect
- Improve and enhance the shape of the lips
- Improve skin aging thanks to its tensioning and firmness effects
- Mitigate neck wrinkles
Hydramine: Glucosamine, that is naturally in the human body. Helps to create different proteins and polymers, such as hyaluronic acid and macro polysaccharide, both that enhances skin appearance. Thanks to the low molecular weight of hydramine, it manages to cross the deeper layers of the skin and once inside it, it turns out to Hyaluronic Acid. Its main operation is to maintain the hydration and elasticity of the skin, due to its high density of negative charge. It is also a great antioxidant, capable of eliminating free radicals that contribute to premature aging and healing.
- Reduces wrinkles by 12%, as it inhibits muscle contraction
- Hydrates the skin by a 10%, as it retains body moisture and absorbs moisture from the environment.
- The skin regains its turgidity and elasticity
- Reduces spots created by age and sun and dark circles
- It has tensor and firming effects
- Helps to increase the levels of acetylcholine
- Proliferation and differentiation of keratinocytes
- Anti-inflammatory and healing of superficial skin wounds
Hydramina, not only prevents dehydration but it also absorbs water from the environment, thus it recovers the skin’s natural functions, healthy appearance, firmness and elasticity.
It is known that as the years pass the endogenous production of glucosamine and hyaluronic acid decreases, either due to genetic causes or due to environmental causes therefore, it is recommended to use hydramine, since it provides the necessary molecules to replenish the skin.
Through in vivo studies with volunteers of all ages, genders and skin types, it has been confirmed that a dose of 1.5% hydramine in cosmetics, the skin improves its hydration by 10% and reduces wrinkles in more than 12%.