Nescens bio identical lipid replenshing cream face 50ml
Nescens researchers have developed a treatment for the offset and reactivation of the elements that the skin needs to restore its ideal moisture levels. These elements, called lipids, would otherwise naturally deteriorate. This process needs to be offset to ensure the skin’s optimal hydration.
Nescens Bio-Identical Lipid Replenishing Cream not only instantly penetrates into the superficial of the epidermis, but it naturally boosts the lipid replenishment process. You will finally enjoy the pleasant sensation of comfort that only deeply moisturized skin can ensure. The process at the heart of our formula, consists of the replenishment of the skin lipids, which makes the skin look young again, and feel firm, toned, and supple. Its surface appears smoother and silkier, for a more radiant complexion.
- - Deep and long-lasting rehydration of the epidermis from the first applications
- - Improvement in the skin’s mechanical properties: resilience, elasticity and firmness
- - Significant reduction in micro-folds and fine lines
- - Normalization of excessive desquamation related to dry skin
- - Smoothing of surface roughness
Nescens anti-aging face correcting care Nescens Bio-Identical Lipid Replenishing Cream is recommended for the long-term treatment of chronically dry skin, or as an intensive treatment (12 weeks) for occasionally dry skin. As part of the Nescens cosmeceutical skincare program, use Nescens Bio-Identical Lipid Replenishing Cream twice daily, alone or together with the other Nescens correcting care products. For men and women.
- - Ceramides AP, NP and EOP: fundamental lipids, necessary for the restoration of the hydrolipidic barrier, they ensure the cohesion of the skin’s stratum corneum layer
- - Phytosphingosine: reduces the activity of matrix metalloproteases and increases the production of extracellular matrix proteins. Stimulates the differentiation of keratinocytes. Strengthens the cohesion of corneocytes and has an anti-aging effect
- - Cholesterol: essential component of the epidermal lipid barrier
- - Palmitic acid: regulates stratum corneum acidification, integrity and cohesion. Increases skin hydration and elasticity
- - Stearic acid: plays a key role in maintaining the flexibility of the lipid barrier in the stratum corneum. Has an anti-inflammatory effect
- - Niacinamide: exerts a stabilizing effect on the epidermal barrier. Improves the moisture content of the stratum corneum. Speeds up the differentiation of keratinocytes
- - Glycerin: restores the stratum corneum’s intercellular lipid lamellar structure. Locks optimal moisture levels in the different layers of the epidermis
- - Urea: reduces epidermal hyperproliferation and stimulates keratinocyte differentiation. Upregulates epidermal lipid synthesizing enzymes
- - Saccharide isomerate: provides a highly effective and long-lasting hydration in dry air and low humidity conditions