Two forms of copper peptides with scientifically proven, strong rejuvenating properties, stimulating collagen and elastin production, reducing wrinkles and significantly improving skin firmness. Copper is also essential for proper melanogenesis.
Dihydroxyacetone, a naturally occurring compound, also used in medicine. In cosmetics, it is responsible for the rapid appearance of brown skin colour, as it reacts with the stratum corneum proteins of the epidermis. The pigment that is formed in the process of the reaction, a derivative of melanin, gives the skin a brown hue, however, it does not protect against the harmful effects of UV radiation, unlike natural melanin! Bronzing of the skin appears after about 2-4 hours following the application of DHA.
Perfectly strengthens and regenerates the epidermis. Thanks to the content of omega-3 and -6 fatty acids, it integrates into the lipids of the epidermal barrier magnificently, thus sealing it. It prevents excessive dryness of the skin, has excellent nourishing properties, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, smooths and tones the skin, and protects it from the harmful effects of UV radiation. As it contains vitamins E and A, it acts to repair and rejuvenate. It stimulates skin regeneration after tanning.
An amino acid necessary for the proper development of pigmentation in the skin. Delivered in a body care product, it acts as a catalyst in melanogenesis (the melanin synthesis reaction). It is one of the most well-known, safe and effective tanning activators used in cosmetology.
One of the oldest and most valued cosmetics components. It has a wide range of care properties, a wealth of ingredients, vitamins and invaluable effectiveness. It reinforces the skin powerfully and moisturizes it, shows irritation soothing properties, has a soothing effect on sunburns, promotes wound healing, and acts as an antioxidant, thus delaying accelerated skin aging.