Natural cosmetics that contain caviar
Definition of caviar in cosmetics
With the term "Caviar" we conventionally refer to sturgeon eggs preserved with salt.
Considered in the collective imagination one of the gastronomic delicacies reserved exclusively for a few "rich and famous", only recently the Caviar has risen to the honors of the chronicles also as a valuable dermocosmetic raw material as authoritative and in-depth scientific studies have confirmed the strong ultra-moisturizing, restructuring and antiradical and extraordinary anti-aging properties with revitalizing effects similar to lifting.
The beneficial effects of Caviar are basically due to its composition and to the fact that it is used as an ingredient in a wide range of products.
The beneficial effects of Caviar are essentially attributable to its composition, rich in nutrients and essential fatty acids of high quality (e.g. omega-3), amino acids (glycine, histidine, asparagine, etc..) and proteins, with a cell structure very similar to that of human skin, making it a highly dermofile beauty ingredient.
Another precious substance present in Caviar is vitellin, a mixture of phospholipids and phosphoproteins, essential elements for dermal cells to which the correct stimulation and regeneration of cellular metabolism can be attributed.
Important molecules found in the composition of Caviar are also: threonine (participates in the synthesis of elastin and collagen), leucine (helps the process of wound healing), lysine (assists in the synthesis of collagen and cellular repair and contributes to the metabolism of fatty acids) and arginine (enhances collagen synthesis and consequently tissue trophism).
Caviar also ensures a significant supply of vitamins essential for the skin (A, D, B1, B2 and B6) and mineral trace elements (Co, Cu, P, Si, Zn).
The combination of all these components allows the Caviar present in dermocosmetic formulations to reactivate and lead to the best intracellular processes of the skin, as well as to slow down the metabolic processes related to oxidation (free radicals) and therefore to aging. Extraordinary are in fact the properties of Caviar for the health and beauty of the epidermis: it rebalances the composition and pH of the natural hydro-lipid film of the skin restoring its natural defenses against external agents and irritating or allergenic elements, contains the formation of free radicals with particular prevention of cellular oxidative stress, stimulates proper production of new collagen, elastin, retinol and native fibroblasts promoting the development of the connective matrix.
Finally, it performs a fundamental softening, moisturizing, restoring, eutrophying, firming and anti-aging action, as well as decongestant, anti-edemigenous and vasoprotective ideal for all skin types.