Retinol (Vitamin A)
Considered the key ingredient in fights wrinkles, fine lines , and other signs of premature skin aging . It is an active form of Vitamin A, an essential vitamin for healthy skin, and is part of the retinoid family.
Its properties are identical to those of retinol, with anti-aging, anti-blemishes, anti-imperfections and radiance booster but there is a big difference: does not cause sensitization and can be used by everyone , including pregnant women and people with sensitive skin.
An antioxidant illuminating and visibly firming, vitamin C improves the appearance of dark spots and tired skin with a dull appearance.
Os Antioxidants protect your skin from free radical damage caused by sun damage, pollution and lifestyle habits such as excessive drinking and smoking. They will help to slow the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin, ensuring that the skin remains plump and glowing.
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
Niacinamide is an antioxidant that improves the appearance of pores and skin texture while controls excess oil.
Antioxidants protect your skin from free radical damage caused by sun damage, pollution and lifestyle habits such as excessive drinking and smoking. They will help to slow the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin, ensuring that the skin remains plump and glowing.
Glycolic Acid (AHA)
Glycolic acid is an AHA that works to improve the luminosity and texture of the skin. Exfoliates dead skin cells, reduces fine lines and wrinkles while moisturizing dry skin.
AHAs are water-soluble exfoliating acids, and generally recommended for normal or treatments to treat hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, sun damage, and fine lines.
Lactic Acid (AHA)
Lactic acid is an AHA that exfoliates and smoothes the skin, while reduces the appearance of uneven texture.
AHAs are water-soluble acid exfoliants, and generally recommended for normal or dry skin types to treat hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, sun damage, and fine lines.
Salicylic Acid (BHA)
A BHA scrub, known to reduce acne by exfoliate the skin and keep pores unclogged. It can also help prevent future breakouts.
BHAs are primarily recommended for oily, combination, or acne-prone skin because they are oil soluble, which means they can penetrate deeper into the pores, and thus remove excess sebum. They also have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, which are great for acne and pimples.
Hyaluronic Acid is the hydrating molecule par excellence, perfect for combating signs of dehydration and for hydrating and filling wrinkles and fine lines. It is a non exfoliating acid, and a molecule can support 1,000 times its weight in water. It works by attracting and retaining moisture, providing a plumping and smoothing effect on the skin.
Probiotics and Prebiotics
Bacteria that help maintain the health of the skin's microbiome. They act as a protective shield against bad bacteria, decrease inflammation and prevent premature aging of the skin.
Essential amino acids for the production of collagen, elastin and keratin. They help combat the loss of firmness, the appearance of wrinkles and irregular textures the skin.