Collagen is a protein of the connective tissue, which makes up about 30% of the body’s protein for mammals. It is the main biopolymer for living beings and fulfils a very important funcyion in the correct functioning of the system. After age of 25 the kevels of collagen become depleted and this leads to many unfavorable changes, mainly in the skin, which loses iys firmness, flexibility and smoothness. What is more, these changes coincide with the loss of suitable moisture content and resulting in wrinkles and lines.
The nano gold particle developed by INVENTIA PT is only 1/2000 the size of our pore and can easily penetrate into the dermis. Its cell vitalizing function is strong, and the complementary ã-PGA, with a 4,600-fold of moisture storage capacity, serve to ionize the gold so that the gold molecules can penetrate into the skin by adhering to the ã-PGA. It facilitates metabolism so that the skin can self-produce collagen to fight against free-radicals, restoring your youthful, moisturized and crystal-like skin like ten years before from the inside out.
- Instant moisturizing and hydration
- Initial supplement of collagen
- Repair of surface skin cells
- Apparent reduction of fine lines
- Apparent reduction of melanin
- Sodium PCA – is a natural component of the epidermis. Its role is to maintain the proper moisture level, so it naturally cares for the comfort of our skin.
- Collagen – is a protein that constitutes about 30% of the total human body protein and as much as 70% of the skin protein. Collagen and elastin form a flexible mesh in the dermis, which adds elasticity and firmness to the skin and also provides support for fibroblasts. Collagen also has an extraordinary ability to bind water, thus influencing the proper hydration of the skin. Collagen stimulates the regeneration processes, deeply regenerates, moisturises the skin and improves its texture.
- Aloe extract – an ingredient which is extremely rich in valuable compounds such as amino acids, including exogenous amino acids forming the Natural Moisturising Factor (NMF); vitamins A, C and E; vitamin B, and folic acid, which are all very important for the health of the skin, as well as micro- and macro-elements, including the most valuable: calcium, sodium, potassium, manganese, chromium and zinc, together ensuring proper skin nourishment. Aloe extract also contains enzymes and hydroxy acids to help remove dead epidermal cells and promote epidermis regeneration, thus naturally preventing skin ageing. Aloe also contains astringents, mild disinfectants and cleaning substances. The richness of these substances provides unique skin comfort, especially for those with dry, sensitive skin which is prone to irritation. By providing the compounds necessary for the skin to function in the correct way, aloe extract clearly strengthens the skin and restores its firmness, elasticity and healthy colour.
- Elastin – a protein working with collagen to create a supporting fibre network in the skin, responsible for maintaining the suppleness, firmness and elasticity of the skin. Elastin used in cosmetics smoothes wrinkles, and regenerates and improves the vitality of the skin. It also demonstrates a moisturising effect.
- Hyaluronic acid – is an unusual biopolymer having an identical chemical structure to that found in bacteria and humans. Chemically speaking, it is built of disaccharide units formed by the amid of D-glucuronic acid and D-N-acetylglucosamine. Naturally occurring hyaluronic acid has a molecular weight of 102 to 104 kDa. Hyaluronic acid molecules are a physiological component of our tissues. In the human skin, the acid is a component of intracellular matrix of the dermis, where it is responsible for maintaining proper hydration, and hence for keeping it supple and free of wrinkles. Unfortunately, over the years hyaluronic acid is gradually absorbed and its content in the skin steadily decreases. This diminishing content of this component in the subcutaneous tissue reduces
- the skin’s water reservoir, which is accompanied by the emergence of wrinkles and the skin becoming rough and dry. Hyaluronic acid is able to bind from one thousand up to four thousand times more water than its mass, and is therefore used in cosmetic products as one of the most valuable moisturising agents. Hyaluronic acid is also used as a natural film protecting the stratum corneum against penetration of chemicals and bacteria.
- Vitamin B3 – fulfils a crucial role in the biological processes occurring in the skin. This vitamin displays a multidirectional action and therefore forms an ingredient of cosmetics for women of all ages. This compound stimulates the production of the lipid components of the skin, mainly ceramides, whose quantity decreases over the years, as well as other components responsible for maintaining the proper hydration of the skin, such as keratin, filaggrin and involucrin. With such an action, the skin is more resistant to environmental factors. Also, transdermal water loss is reduced and the skin is better moisturised, protected and elastic. In addition, vitamin B3 smoothes and reduces fine lines as it indirectly influences the production of collagen and
- stimulates the production of hyaluronic acid, resulting in an improved skin structure. In addition, the compound has an antiglycating potential so the skin can maintain its suppleness and radiance longer. It also improves skin tone and helps fight skin discoloration. Vitamin B3 also has antioxidant properties and plays an important role in the synthesis of nucleic acids, thus helping the repair of damaged skin cells. The compound also displays an anti-inflammatory action and promotes skin regeneration. It is recommended also for acne-prone and sensitive skin as it reduces the excessive production of sebum, the size of pores, irritation and redness.
- Vitamin E – is one of the most potent of natural antioxidants. It is recommended for the care of all skin types but is particularly dedicated to mature skin with such problems as inadequate hydration, wrinkles and sallow colouring. The “fountain of youth”, as it is often referred to, vitamin E traps free radicals that might destroy skin structure in order to prevent premature ageing and wrinkles. It also protects the epidermis from excessive drying, halting the loss of elasticity and firmness. It restores the skin’s youthful vitality and radiance. Last but not least, the anti-inflammatory and regeneration properties of vitamin E promote tissue regeneration.
- Gold – in its primary elemental form has been known from the beginnings of civilisation. Its cosmetic effect was appreciated by Cleopatra. Gold slows down the loss of collagen and elastin, thus contributing to skin tissue regeneration. In this way it affects the skin firmness, smoothes the existing lines and reduces formation of new ones. In addition, it moisturises the skin and eliminates discoloration. What is achieved is a radiant complexion, full of light. Gold also displays an antiinflammatory action. Preparations containing gold have a long-lasting effect and clearly slow down the aging process.