Hyaceramidyl

Anhydrous hyaluronate with squalane in liposome ceramides

Definition

An original complex that combines anhydrous (water free) Sodium Hyaluronate with Squalane and Glucosyl Ceramides in a liposome encapsulation form.

It penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin because of its similarity to the structure of the lipid membrane, having a high cutaneous bioaffinity.

Hyaluronic Acid (Hya), being a water soluble substance will be immediately captured and diffused into the water phase of an emulsion.

The main interest to use a stable form of HyA into the epidermis is linked to the hydrophobic activity of the HyA which will capture and absorb the water from the skin and will swell the epidermal layers decreasing the wrinkles depth and release water (moisturizing activity).

 

Activity

- High penetration into deeper skin layers

- Increases skin firmness and elasticity

- Powerful Moisturizer

- Anti-wrinkle

Cosmetic use

Anti-age treatments.

Facial products for dry skin.

 

Family

Ceramides

Use

Skin

Solubility

Hydro-dispersible

Dosage

From 0,3% to 3%

INCI

Glycerin, Squalane, Glucosyl Ceramide, Pentylene Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate

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