Nescens anti-aging body correcting care As part of the Nescens cosmeceutical skincare program, it is recommended to apply Nescens PHA Resurfacing Emulsion in the morning and in the evening on the whole body surface or targeting dry and flaky areas (forearms, thighs, legs…), using upward smoothing motions. For men and women. Clinically tested under dermatological supervision.
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- Nescens anti skin slackening complex body 200 ml
Nescens anti skin slackening complex body 200 ml
CHF 195.00 CHF 195.00
Nescens anti skin slackening complex - body 200 ml
Skin roughness is reduced. The skin looks young again, feeling soft, smooth and supple. Pump bottle 200ml
- Restores the integrity of the intercellular cement, improving the physical and mechanical properties of the epidermis
- Helps correct desquamation problems
- Restores the skin’s barrier function and increases its resistance to negative environmental factors
- Retains moisture in the upper layers of the epidermis and boosts the activity of its natural moisturizing factors
- Niacinamide: exerts a stabilizing effect on the epidermal barrier. Improves the moisture content of the stratum corneum. Speeds up the differentiation of keratinocytes.
- N-Acetyl glucosamine: supports cellular adhesion (it binds glycoproteins, which in their turn bind corneocytes together). Stimulates the expression of keratinocyte differentiation markers (keratin, involucrin).
- Taurine: protects epidermal cells from dehydration in a dry environment.
- Retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A): speeds up the regeneration of epidermal cells and normalizes their differentiation process.
- Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate (Vitamin C): stimulates collagen production.
- Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E): increases the moisturization of the horny layer of the skin. Improves skin surface relief. Displays photoprotective effects and increases the efficacy of sun protecting factors (SPF). Provides beneficial antioxidant effects.
- Methylsilanol mannuronate: promotes skin regeneration. Retards the loss of skin elasticity and changes in connective tissue structure linked to the aging process.
- Glycerin: restores the lamellate structure of the intercellular lipids in the stratum corneum and ensures optimal hydration in the different layers of the epidermis.
- Urea: increases the activity of enzymes involved in the synthesis of epidermal lipids.
- Panthenol: contributes to the reconstitution of epidermal lipidic layers. Its hygroscopic properties boost hydration.