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WHAT DOES SKIN NEED FOR ACTIVE HYDRATION?

Skin is a complex and very intelligent organ of our body.


It reacts to any irritant with allergies, inflammation or peeling, thereby warning of danger: the skin’s protective function of self-hydration is damaged.


TEPV -TRANS EPIDERMAL WATER LOSS



Our skin constantly undergoes the process of TEWL - the process of continuous evaporation of water from the surface of our skin. There is nothing scary about it (since it is inherent in physiology) until the skin falls into a state of dehydration.


What dehydrates our skin?

  1. Any damage: scratches, inflammation, burns, cuts;

  2. Dry ambient air;

  3. Low fluid intake during the day;

  4. Aggressive detergent components in cosmetics

  5. Long exposure to the sun, dry air

  6. Weak barrier functions of the skin, damage to the stratum corneum.

AND WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HYDRATING THE SKIN?


The composition of the stratum corneum, which acts as a protector of our skin, includes natural moisturizing factor (NUF).


NUF contains amino acids, lactic and pyroglutamic acid, urea, peptides, as well as inorganic salts.


NUF just helps to “pull” water through the lipid layer and nourish the skin.


What functions does the NUF perform?

  • NUF draws and absorbs water from the atmosphere, sweat and the transepidermal flow of water molecules in the skin.

  • Stabilizes the level of moisture and pH of the skin.

  • Cleanses the skin of dead cells - a real natural scrub!

  • Provides strength to the epidermal barrier.

  • Gives the skin shine, elasticity, smoothness.

  • Supports the protective functions of the epidermis.

NUF is a good policeman, and TEPV is an evil one. At the same time, NUF is a component of the skin, and TEWL is the process that this component controls.


IS IT POSSIBLE TO RESTORE NUF SKIN?

YES YOU CAN


AND ONE OF THE EFFECTIVE DRUGS IS PRESENTED BY THE COMPANY

ZAN FACTOR COCKTAIL BOOSTER ULTIMATE MOISTURASING


Ingredients that stop moisture loss in the skin.

Ectoine is an osmoprotectant amino acid produced by halophilic bacteria. In this way, these bacteria are protected from extreme environmental conditions, such as strong temperature fluctuations, high salt concentrations, dehydration and UV radiation.


Inositol has good affinity for the skin and an active moisturizing effect. The advantage of inositol is its resistance to oxidation by atmospheric oxygen.


Urea is a compound naturally present in the skin. This moisturizer also has keratolytic properties (softens the stratum corneum and “dissolves” piles of dry, dead cells), allowing it to deeply hydrate the skin.


Niacinamide-Vitamin B3: Known for its soothing, moisturizing properties.


Lactic acid regulates the pH of the skin, is a biological derivative of NUF.


Proteoglycan, forming the main substance of the intercellular matrix of connective tissue, is responsible for order in the intercellular space, metabolism and the rhythm of the formation of new cells and connections; slows down the aging process of the skin and promotes healing, improving the moisture-retaining properties of the skin and having a beneficial effect on keratinocytes, restores the barrier function of the stratum corneum.


Allantoin and panthenol restore skin cells, promote epidermis renewal, relieve irritation, antioxidants, and healing.


Our Ultimate Moisturizing meso cocktail, unique in its composition, is able to moisturize and restore even the most dehydrated skin, protect it from photoaging, allergic reactions, and peeling.


The main components of the cocktail are NUF elements. Its formula is also enhanced by the addition of HA and hydrolyzed elastin, which provide hydration and elasticity to the skin.


Compound


WATER, SODIUM HYALURONATE, ECTOINE, INOSITOL, PANTHENOL, SODIUM CHLORIDE, NIACINAMIDE, CITRIC ACID, ALLANTOIN, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, BUTYLENE GLYCOL, UREA, LACTIC ACID, DISTRAIUM PHOSPHATE, BIOSACHARIDE GUM-2, SODIUM F OSPHATE, SODIUM BENZENE, HYDROLYZED ELASTIN, POTASSIUM SORBATE.



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