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Advanced anti-aging face cream; reduces wrinkles and fine lines; natural phytoceramides complex plump, tone and moisturize the skin.

What are Ceramides and Phytoceramides?

Ceramides are natural skin-based lipid molecules. These molecules play an important part in preserving our skin’s appearance and even defense against skin diseases.

Ceramides’ essentially maintain water-retaining properties of the skin, therefore protecting against water loss of skin’s aging. As we age, our skin loses these important lipids. As the result we notice visible aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, and rougher, uneven skin

Ceramides glue skin’s surface cells together. Deficit of these molecules causes skin to wrinkle, make skin vulnerable to moisture loss, environmental allergens, skin diseases and even cancer.

Phytoceramides are a key ingredient in expensive skin creams. Phytoceramides are the plant-derived equivalent of ceramides, a lipid that keeps our skin hydrated and plump. Phytoceramides help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve the structural integrity of the skin and moisturize it. Used in Japan for centuries, approved by FDA.

Phytoceramides Against Skin Infections & Diseases

Our skin is our first line of defense against infections. Lipids at the skin’s surface, especially ceramides, play a major part of an antimicrobial barrier. Age-related deterioration of the skin’s antimicrobial barrier raises significant risk of possible health conditions.

For example:

  • atopic dermatitis: reduced ceramide concentrations in the stratum

  • streptococcus pyogenes: disruption of skin barrier function

The Phytoceramides

In order to prevent skin infections, skin dryness, and wrinkling, try ceramides rich topical creams. Phytoceramides lipids applied directly to the skin can improve the moisture barrier function. Ceramides have also been shown to inhibit melanogenesis, the process of skin’s hyperpigmentation production (age spots and skin’s discoloration).

Our skin’s epidermis plays a key role in maintaining homeostasis Homeostasis is an internal process of internal conditions automatic modulation, in other words keeps these conditions stable throughout our bodies. Stratum corneum, or skin surface, serves as a shield from the external environment for the skin. Our skin surface also prevents water loss caused by evaporation.

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