Restructuring caviar face cleansing milk, 200ml
A gentle fluid emulsion, thanks to its formula based on very pure Caviar in synergy with precious extracts of Nymphea, Sweet Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil and Borage Oil, Hyaluronic acid and Lipoic Acid, Panthenol (Vitamin B5), Tocopherol (Vitamin E) and other high quality skin-friendly components, it removes every trace of make-up and superficial impurities in the full respect of the physiological pH of the skin.
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- Aqua: Water.
- Glyceryl Stearate Citrate: A stabilizing agent essential where an aqueous part coexists with an oily part.
- Glycerin: Plant glycerol. From ancient Greek, it means “gentle” and is a fat of natural origin with a very emollient and soothing nature, protecting the skin and mucus. Thanks to its slightly antiseptic properties which make it an excellent natural preservative, it is recommended to fight chapped and irritated skin.
- Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil Caviar: (Liposoluble extract of caviar) Extracted from the well-known sturgeon roe, it is an innovative cosmetic ingredients with outstanding ultra-moisturizing, restructuring and anti-free radical actions, and extraordinary anti-ageing properties with revitalizing effects, similar to a facelift. Its composition, rich in nourishing substances and essential fatty acids of high quality (e.g. omega-3), amino acids (glycine, histidine, asparagine etc.) and proteins with a cellular structure very similar to that of human skin, make it a highly skin-friendly beauty ingredient. Another invaluable substance is vitelline, a mixture of phospholipids and phosphoproteins, essential elements for the skin’s cells as it offers the correct stimulation and regeneration of the cellular metabolism. Important constituent molecules are also: threonine (it takes part in the synthesis of elastin and collagen), leucine (it helps the process of healing wounds), lysine (it helps the synthesis of collagen and cellular repair and contributes to the metabolism of fatty acids and arginine (it boosts the synthesis of collagen and as a consequence the tissue trophism). Lastly, it ensures a considerably supply of vitamins fundamental for the skin (A, D, B1, B2 and B6) and mineral trace elements (Co, Cu, P, Si, Zn).
- Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil: (Grapeseed Oil). Extracted from the small seeds of grapes (Vitis Vinifera), it is an oil with great stability and quality for its high content of vitamin factors, unsaturated fatty acids, tocopherols and polyphenols (procyanidines). The last named, with outstanding anti-free radical and anti-ageing properties, have a great emollient, soothing, protective action and help the trophism of the tissues of the microcirculation, as well as being anti-oedema and anti-inflammatory. Fifty times more powerful than that developed by Vitamin E, thanks to its particular composition, it is ideal for more delicate, sensitive, reactive or intolerant skins, but it is also one of the few oils recommended for oily, impure skins or with a tendency to acne. The significant supply of Vitamin F and fatty Omega-3 and 6 acids make it an important component with a relaxing, elasticizing and firming action, also perfect pure for a precious aesthetic massage which does not even require the final inconvenience of rinsing.
- Cetyl Alcohol: Extracted from palms or coconut plants, it is a high-quality emulsifier used as an emollient.
- Nymphaea Lotus Root Extract: An aquatic plant present in almost all the regions of the world, the water lily lives in fresh and stagnant water (ponds and lakes) or with a weak current. Baptized “nymphea” which means “of the divinity of the waters” in popular tradition, it is appreciated not only for the delicacy and purity of its magnificent white flowers but also for the significant medicinal virtues which in 1975 allowed it to be included in the French pharmacopoeia (for example, although acting as a stimulant of breathing and as a tonic for the heart, its sedative effect makes it an effective remedy against insomnia); at the cosmetic level, the extract, thanks to great emollient, astringent and antiseptic properties, very precious to fight the stress-inducing action of environmental agents (sudden changes in climate, smog, pollution, sun’s rays etc.) it is used as an important softening and soothing ingredients for irritated skin. Thanks to its high content of Vitamin C it is a powerful antioxidant, dermotrophic and restructuring agent, thanks to its alkaloids . Lastly, it relieves the symptoms linked to dermatosis (redness, irritation, peeling), helping the skin to regenerate itself and to stay cooler, elastic and velvety.
- Borago Officinalis Seed Oil: (Borage Oil) a perennial herbaceous plant belonging to the family of the Boraginaceae, originally from the Mediterranean area where it still grows wild. It is cultivated in all the temperate regions of the globe (in Italy it is found everywhere from the plains to an altitude of about 1000 m.) with beautiful blue-violet star-shaped flowers. Its name is believed to come from the Latin “borra” (a rough woollen fabric) due to the hairs that cover the leaves. The oil is extracted by cold pressing the seeds. It is without alkaloids and is characterized by a very high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids: linoleic (32-38%), gamma-linolenic (22%-25%), oleic (14%-23%), palmitic (11%), stearic (5%) and alphalinolenic; thanks also to a significant supply of mucilage, flavonoids and prostaglandins, in cosmetics it represents a fundamental emollient, decongesting , antiphlogistic and regulating ingredient of the cellular regenerating processes. It helps maintain the natural degree of moisture and elasticity of the skin, fighting the phenomena of transdermal evaporation. Lastly, it is used in the formulation of softening products against dermatitis, irritation and scaling of the skin (and more in general against dermatological pathologies with an allergic component) as well as an effective restorative and anti-ageing ingredient.
- Sodium Hyaluronate: (Hyaluronic acid) A transparent substance that fills, together with other molecules such as elastin and collagen, the spaces between the fibres of the skin’s tissues and has the prerogative of physiologically slowing down the evaporation and loss of moisture. It is present in abundance in the youngest organisms whilst it decreases with the passing of the years (at 50, for example, only half of the original genetic capital is left); it is precisely for this reason that its molecule is used very successfully in cosmetics and in aesthetic surgery: supplemented transdermally through specific cosmetics, or even injected subcutaneously through micro-infiltrations, it tends to attract and keep the cellular fluids and mix with the hyaluronic acid of the dermis, restoring its initial firmness.
- Benzyl Alcohol Dehydroacetic Acid: A preservative highly tolerated by the skin.
- Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba Gum: Extracted from the seeds of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, a leguminous plant which has been grown in India and Pakistan for centuries. It is a soluble polysaccharide with exceptional moisturizing and regenerating properties..
- Panthenol: Panthenol. Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) is one of the most interesting vitamins in cosmetic use: it is not applied as it is but as provitamin or panthenol, mainly in the active form (D) and its transformation into vitamin takes place only after local application; pantothenic acid is very important for the human organism as it is one of the main constituents of coenzyme-A, an essential factor for the main vital reactions to take place, including the fundamental cellular regeneration; Vitamin B5 has a triple beneficial action on the skin: it is moisturizing, re-epithelizing (it stimulates the growth of new skin cells) and has considerable anti-inflammatory properties; at the biochemical level, it intensifies the synthesis of lipids and fosters the proliferation of the skin’s fibroblasts; it is characterized by very high moisturizing capacities, great tolerability and protects the skin from redness, chapping and small lesions.
- Thioctic Acid: Alpha-Lipoic acid. Also known as thioctic acid and sometimes shown as Vitamin N, it is a coenzyme which plays a leading role in the natural cellular metabolic processes of animals and plants; synthesized biochemically, it is in the form of a yellow crystalline powder, soluble both in organic solvents and (although to a lesser extent) in water; it is considered as an anti-free radical and excellent universal anti-inflammatory, as it has an antioxidant capacity that is 400 times greater than that of Vitamin E. It can regenerate, boost and prolong the action of this and other antioxidants such as Vitamins A and C, coenzyme Q and glutathione and is the only antioxidant that is active both in an aqueous phase (cytoplasmatic) and lipid one (of the cellular membranes), therefore protecting the organism both from intracellular free radicals and from those outside the cell; a scavenger molecule on lipid and protein catabolites, (it therefore fights both the oxidation of fats and proteins) and protective of collagen and cellular lipids. In cosmetology it is used in the treatment of slackening and weakness of the epidermis, skin ageing and wrinkles (including following damage from exposure to UV rays, whether of the sun or artificial). It is also an effective astringent, sebum-regulating and dermoplastic ingredient against the excessive production of sebum, open pores and scars caused by acne as well as, lastly, an extraordinary soothing, dereddening, antiphlogistic and dynamizing action on the peripheral microcirculation against dark circles, bruises, redness and couperose.
- Tocopherol: (Vitamin E) A hydrosoluble form of Vitamin E (tocopherol). It is characterized by extraordinary antioxidant properties that can block the cascade of events which cause oxidative stress and reduce the formation and reactivity of the free radicals, the cause of the well-known damage to cells and at the basis of the ageing processes; characterized by an excellent affinity with the skin, it is far more stable that the vitamin in a free form, more hydrosoluble and, as a consequence, more suitable for being included in a cosmetic formulation; it protects from the action of UV rays and thanks to its contribution in limiting the loss of moisture from the epidermis and maintaining the skin’s moisture, it keeps skin smooth, soft, toned and elastic; for its antioxidant value, it is included in many cosmetics of a higher quality not only as a skin-protective agent, but also as a natural preservative of the other components in the formula.
- Parfum: It is not simply a fragrance of higher cosmetic quality, but it is certified by the manufacturer as hypoallergenic and without GMO or their derivatives.
- Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract: Rosemary extract. It has great skin-purifying, astringent and antimicrobial properties. It also has sebum control qualities.
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