The rose water has soothing, toning and moisturizing effects on the skin due to its anti-inflammatory proprieties and rich content of antioxidants (including vitamin C and phenolic compounds). It tones and hydrates the skin, slowing the process of ageing.
The grape seed oil contains a wide variety of active principles: fatty acids, polyphenols (flavonoids, lignans, tannins) and vitamins C, D, E. The polyphenols improve the skin barrier, repair and tone the tissues, making redoubtable weapons against wrinkles and fine lines.
Suitable for all skin types, the sweet almond oil has moisturizing and hydrating proprieties. It contains a variety of fatty acids (Omega 6. Omega 9, oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid) that gives it remarkable emollient qualities, smoothing and softening the skin.
The grape seed and skin extract is an excellent source of vitamin C and E, and of potent antioxidants that fight the free radicals resulting from natural processes, as well as from environmental causes like exposure to chemicals, heat and UV radiation. The grape seed extract also helps enhance the wound healing abilities of skin cells and is a sought after ingredient for its anti aging, softening and smoothing effects.
The black currant oil is a potent antioxidant, has a revitalizing and regenerative action, as well as shooting and anti-inflammatory effects.
Ceramides are a family of lipid molecules that are a natural constituent of the skin, an intercellular substance responsible for keeping the skin barrier intact. They prevent trans epidermal water loss, maintaining the skin hydrated. Studies also showed that ceramides may promote the activation of the enzymes involved in skin regeneration, thus making it a reliable anti-ageing and healing agent.
Vitamin A is involved in regulating the skin cells growth and differentiation, controlling the keratinization process. This ability makes it a recognized rejuvenating agent. Vitamin A improves collagen density, skin elasticity, tone and texture, and smooths the skin surface.
Vitamin E has antioxidant effects both in the skin, where it fights free radicals, and in the cosmetic product, extending its shelf life. It stimulates the local blood circulation and improves the barrier repair function and skin’s defence mechanisms against environmental aggressors.