The human body naturally produces hyaluronic acid, which can be found in the skin, connective tissues, and joints. It serves as a humectant, attracting water to moisturize hair and skin,...
Foaming cleanser, 150 ml
with panthenol and hydroxyethyl urea pH 5.0-5.5, pH 5,0-5,5
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By having panthenol (1%) and hydroxyethyl urea (1%) as its key ingredients, the cleansing foam maintains thorough cleansing, dead cell removal, irritation relief, and microbiota protection. The skin can be regenerated, enriched, and healed with the help of Panthenol. This ingredient can work miracles against skin irritations like contact and atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema while also promoting wound healing. . Glycerol is less effective in skin moisturization compared to Hydroxyethyl urea . Vitamin B3, also known as Niacinamide, is utilized to enhance skin moisture, lessen transepidermal water loss, and offer anti-inflammatory advantages while increasing keratin, filaggrin, and involucrin production [3-5]. Inulin polysaccharide's prebiotic nature helps in slowing down transepidermal water loss and nurturing skin microbiota . Boost collagen production, lighten pigment spots, and treat conditions like acne and rosacea with the cleansing foam's lactic acid, which is safe for sensitive and dry skin . This product is capable of promoting clean and healthy skin, leaving it radiant and suitable for all skin types with regular use.
- Effective in removing makeup and impurities from the skin.
- Contains natural sugars like fructose that can reduce skin irritation and inflammation.
- Does not damage the skin's hydrolipidic barrier, which makes it well-tolerated by the skin.
- Promotes firmness, softness, and elasticity of the skin.
- Does not cause dryness or a feeling of tightness on the skin.
- Can be used daily.
- Suitable for all skin types, including extremely sensitive or damaged skin.
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