Skin-friendly ingredients of
Alcohol, Glicerina, Vitamina F,
FOR BIOCHEMICAL ACTION:
Lactic Acid, Pyruvic Acid
Additional ingredients to ensure the stability and safety of the formula:
Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Polisorbate-20
Epidermis Renewal and Rehydration.
30 to 40-year-old skins
Hyaluronic acid is present in almost all tissues and biological fluids. It is an almost ubiquitous compound, although it is found in greater quantity in the extracellular matrix of soft connective tissue. Almost half of the hyaluronic acid in the human body is formed in the skin, with most of it found in the intercellular space.
With aging, hyaluronic acid concentrations gradually decrease, generating less elastic and less plump skin, which justifies its use as an active ingredient in the fight against aging.
The options to take care of the skin and rejuvenate it are very varied, but there is a specific treatment that, from the age of 30, offers very good results. It is the HYDRAPEEL biochemical peeling that consists of the use of various acids to replenish dermal cells, improving their natural hydration and obtaining a more turgid skin with a unified skin tone.
Hyaluronic acid is produced in the skin mainly by fibroblasts and keratinocytes, with an average life in our skin of 24 hours, which means that 50% is metabolized in less than a day. Over the years our body produces less hyaluronic acid, causing skin aging. HYDRAPEEL generates an action on the skin that multiplies the effect of hyaluronic acid, enhancing it and increasing its production in the dermis.
The treatment produces a specific cell renewal, due to the clinical selection of the acids used, resulting in a mild-medium degree peeling, that produces a renewal of the epithelial cells in the process of desquamation generating an increase in cell proliferation in the basal layer of the epithelium, with the consequent production of totipotential cells in the process of differentiation that maintain all their organic capacities.
A constant renewal of basal cells is key to maintaining functional cells that produce high levels of hyaluronate acid in the extracellular matrix, which functions as a scaffold for the structure of the entire dermis.