HydraGlobal Desert rose acts on three levels to relaunch skin’s original hydration. First, at epidermis level, it reinforces cell regeneration that induces the water system and by helping water retention. Then, at the dermis level, it improves the synthesis of glycosaminoglycans, responsible for the content of hyaluronic acid and for the transfer of water from the dermis to the epidermis. Lastly, it decreases the production of free radicals, that create many cell dysfunctions, including dehydration. These three actions combined to allow the skin to better fight drying, one of the aging factors especially visible to the human eye.
Moisturizing on a short and long-term helps to:
- rebuild the hydrolipidic film
- get a better cohesion of the epidermis
- limits skin drying
- helps to get soft and supple skin
- is regenerating
- helps to rebuild the skin barrier
- protects against free radicals
- provides anti-oxidative benefits
Anti-oxidant effect: at 0.5%, 1% and 2.5%
The first chart demonstrates the decrease of the physiological lipoperoxidation which was translated by a decrease of the MDA rate by 14%, 19%, and 26%. The second chart illustrates the decrease of the lipoperoxidation induced by UVB (150 mJ/cm2), which was translated by a decrease of the MDA rate by 24%, 31%, and 36%, compared with protective enzymes SOD/catalase (-37%).
HydraGlobal Desert rose is available in 4 forms:
- dispersed in glycerin
- sonicated in glycerin
- dispersed in sunflower oil
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