Skin Food

Skin Food

This line is for very dry and dehydrated skin. 

Restores the protective barrier of the skin, eliminates peeling and the first signs of age - related changes. 

The main components that make up the entire line: 

Oyster Proteins - 

Oyster proteins are a great source of marine collagen, minerals (zinc and selenium), vitamins, amino acids, and Omega-3 fatty acids. 

It stimulates the production of collagen by the feedback principle.

Is able to penetrate the skin barrier allowing it to fill the skin from within.

Natural skin moisturizer.

Fermented vegetable oils - 

Combination of shea oil(Karite), jojoba oil, and corn sesame is used.

Quickly eliminates visible peeling.

Help retain moisture in the skin.

Oils penetrate deeply and do not create the effect of greasy film on the surface of the skin. 

Do not have a comedogenic effect. 

Sodium hyaluronate-

Hydrophilic film former.

Stretches and retains moisture in the surface layers of the skin for a long time, thereby creating the effect of smoothing superficial wrinkles.

Stimulates the production of its own hyaluronic acid 

Oyster Proteins

Oyster is rich in proteins, amino acids, minerals, and vitamins, which has a lot of benefits to improve the radiance and fitness of skin including fighting signs of aging. Oysters are a good source of protein, zinc, selenium, B vitamins, and Omega-3 fatty acids as we mentioned. 

Oysters are a great source of complete proteins, meaning they contain all the essential amino acids your body needs to keep your skin healthy. Peptides are amino acids that are the building blocks of certain proteins needed by the skin, like collagen and elastin. Using a skincare formula high in protein leads to firmer, younger-looking skin and fewer breakouts. 

Zinc protects the skin when used topically in skincare. Zinc is a strong anti-inflammatory and is commonly used to treat acne, rosacea, and eczema, as well as accelerating wound healing. 

Selenium prevents signs of aging. Selenium fights free radicals, minimizes skin damages and inflammation. Inflammation is caused by UV rays, stress, poor diet, and lack of minerals. Selenium fights inflammatory cytokines that eventually cause skin damages. 

B vitamins work with enzymes to support your body’s functions in a variety of ways. The B vitamins most commonly used in skincare are niacin,panthenol, and biotin. Niacin often makes an appearance in its other forms, known as niacinamide, to improve the look of enlarged pores, fine lines, and dullness.  

Omega-3 fatty acids serve to regulate the skin’s oil production, improve balanced hydration, subdue breakout and minimize signs of aging. 

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