INGREDIENTS: WATER, ISOHEXADECANE, SORBITAN STEARATE, CAPRIC-CAPRILLIC TRIGLYCERIDE, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, KETYL ALCOHOL, GLYCERINE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEAUXE, AROPAN, ROSA CANINE (ROSE HIP) OF TOCOFEROL, DISODIC EDTA, CHLORPHENESINE, ETHYLHEXYL GLYCERINE, CARBOMER, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, BHT, ASCORBYL PALMITATE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, CYEROPHYL ACID
INGREDIENTS: AQUA (WATER), ISOHEXADECANE, SORBITAN STEARATE, CAPRYL/CAPRIC TRICLYCERIDE, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, CETYL ALCOHOL, GLYCERIN, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER, ROSA CANINA (ROSE HIP) FRUIT OIL, PHENOXYETHANOL, SUCROSE COCOATE, PARFUM (FRAGANCE), TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, DISODIUM EDTA, CHLORPHENESIN, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, CARBOMER, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, HIALURONATO SÓDICO, BHT, ASCORBYL PALMITATE, GLYCERYL STEARATE, CITRIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL.
VEGETABLE ORIGIN EMOLLIENTS
Rosehip oil is one of the main allies of natural beauty thanks to its great regenerating power for the skin. It is obtained from the extraction of the seeds of the Rosa Canina, a very old rose variety with five petals.
The extracted oil is rich in vitamin C and essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (Linoleic, Oleic and Linolenic). These fatty acids play a very important role in regulating skin elasticity and restoring hydration levels. They are the main components of cell membranes and have a very significant effect on ceramide synthesis, which contributes to maintaining the skin's barrier function (Flores Ahumada DA, 2005). However, our body is not capable of producing them, which makes it even more important to maintain and restore them through effective formulas.
Additionally, rosehip oil is a natural source of Vitamin A, known as transretinoic acid, which helps prevent premature aging caused by sun exposure. Since the 80s its benefits have been studied at an academic level and there are numerous publications that endorse its properties as a moisturizer and skin regenerator.
In short, the benefit that makes it so popular worldwide is the natural glow it provides. Not only does it help reduce or get rid of wrinkles, but it also gives the skin an attractive and healthy glow. All its components are natural, and that makes it a healthy and ideal treatment for the skin.
Shea (Vitellaria Paradoxa) is a tree up to 15 meters high in the tree savannas of West Africa. Its fruits are fleshy with a fine-shelled almond inside, which after boiling and crushing, obtain a vegetable fat called Shea Butter. Cultivation is respectful with the environment, and one of the main forms of social economy in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mali and Sudan.
Shea Butter is mainly composed of oleic acid (60-70%), stearic acid (15-25%), linolenic acid (5-15%), palmitic acid (2-6%) and linoleic acid (<1% ). The union of these acids has extraordinary moisturizing properties, making it widely used in the cosmetic industry.
This amazing butter has many healthy benefits, particularly for the skin, as it is known for its great healing properties that can be attributed to the presence of fatty acids and plant sterols.
Vitamins A and E contained in fat are great plant antioxidants that protect cells from free radicals and harmful environmental agents. These keep the skin supple, nourished and radiant, and prevent premature wrinkles and expression lines. Furthermore, the cinnamic acid esters it contains help prevent skin deterioration caused by ultraviolet radiation, making it a specific protector against the sun's harmful rays. Some of the cinnamic acid derivatives found in Shea Butter have anti-inflammatory properties that, in addition to preventing skin inflammation, prevent it from developing tumors.
Shea Butter, with its moisturizing qualities, is considered one of the best anti-aging agents for the skin since it stimulates the production of collagen, the skin's structural and youthful protein molecule. The non-saponifiable material and the vitamin F of the butter are essential ingredients to maintain the elasticity of the skin and an even tone, in addition to hydrating, softening and beautifying.
To maintain proper hydration, the skin needs to have a balanced level of water. That is why substances capable of retaining moisture from the skin are used, thus preventing the skin from drying out as a result of the evaporation of the water present in the dermis.
Q77 + MOISTURIZING AND REGENERATING CREAM has a powerful mixture of Hyaluronic Acid and Glycerin that manages to shield the water in the epidermis, preventing it from evaporating and providing the necessary hydration.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the skin that has a very low molecular weight, which gives it a great ability to penetrate the skin. Being a very hygroscopic substance, it works by retaining the water molecules in the dermis, increasing hydration, flexibility, skin thickness and isolating it and filling wrinkles from the inside. The protective barrier it forms on the skin blocks moisture, giving it an active and youthful appearance.
In the cosmetic sector, many trend-setting ingredients appear and disappear, but hyaluronic acid is NOT one of them. Rather, quite the opposite: it is one of the most extraordinary beneficial ingredients. Its soothing, moisturizing and antioxidant properties are perfect for any skin type.
Glycerin is a compound that can be manufactured using natural products, such as vegetable oil, or synthesized using propylene alcohol. The result is an essential ingredient for skin care that acts as a magnet that draws water from inside the skin to the epidermis and stabilizes hydration.
One of its main characteristics is that it is able to promote cell maturation of the skin, allowing cells to reach full maturation. Its moisturizing properties help to keep water in the epidermis, and also to attract it from the air, because it is hygroscopic in nature, which prevents water loss by evaporation and keeps the skin hydrated and nourished.
Glycerin improves and protects the skin by filling the intercellular matrix, making it a very useful ingredient to form and structure the skin, while creating a barrier that protects the skin from external aggressive factors.