Labo Transdermic skin care brings up Face Treatments with the new Transdermic Technology. A World First, as it has Fillerina 8 Hyaluronic Acids.
The skin is hardly permeable. In order to penetrate the different cutaneous layers, Labo researchers developed a “transdermic” technology based on the very low molecular weight of the active substances. This is the fundamental condition to guarantee their penetration exclusively in the cutaneous layers. It is precisely thanks to this controlled penetration that the active ingredients are really effective.
Differentiated Molecular Weight
Since 2007 Labo has developed a penetration system for the active molecules that is based on their differentiated molecular weight (transdermic activity). These studies led to Fillerina, whose filler effect lies on the penetration capability of its different hyaluronic acids.
Transdermic Penetration Technology
Labo further refined this process by means of a patented transdermic penetration technology and developed LABO TRANSDERMIC, a line of face cosmetic preparations containing active molecules with very low molecular weight: it is precisely this characteristic that makes them very effective products, the only one in the world.
Clear And Qualified Answers
Qualified and cutting edge answers are provided by only 4 products per each fundamental need of the skin (Anti-Age, Anti-Wrinkle, Hypersensitive, Clarifying, Moisturizing/Nourishing), together with differentiated formulations for eye contour and cleansing, plus 2 specific all-over preparations. From time to time in each preparation are inserted highly effective specific molecules with very low molecular weight and whose penetration capability at 24 hours has been experimentally tested and is reported on the external packaging.
8 Hyaluronic Acids
Thanks to their highly effective activity for all skin types, every preparation contains the 8 Hyaluronic Acid molecules of Fillerina complex.
Easy To Choose
A highly visible number on the external packaging corresponds to the need and considerably facilitates the choice and the suggestion of the product
Dry skin often produces considerably less sebum than oily and combination skin, which in turn also means it has less moisture and oil. Due to the lack of sebum produced in the pores and a general lack of moisture, the skins’ surface can be flaky and rough. The pores on a person with dry skin are often quite small. After washing the face it can feel very taut and even itchy, and it is not uncommon for people with dry skin to develop eczema. Dry skin sufferers rarely have issues with pimples due to the lack of sebum being produced.Many people experience sensitivity with dry skin because the skins’ barrier is lacking and is therefore more vulnerable to external factors such as genetics, environmental factors, hormones, age and use of the wrong beauty products.
Dry skin needs oil to help compensate for the lack of sebum production. It is highly recommended to use creams that are rich and nourishing or oily to help repair the skins’ barrier and lock moisture into the skin.
Since dry skin can be itchy and sensitive it may be necessary to complement your skincare routine with some soothing products.
- Exfoliating will remove dead skin cells and allow your moisturiser to work its way deeper into your skin.
Tip : A good option is a leave-on peeler that contains AHA acids and moisturiser.
- It is much better to wash your skin with a cleansing milk (rather than a gel that will lather up) and help to maintain the protective outer layer of your skin.
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Hyaluronic acid is substance that is naturally produced by your body.
Its main function is to retain water to keep your tissues well lubricated and moist.
Hyaluronic acid has a variety of uses. Many people take it as a supplement, but it’s also used in topical serums, eye drops and injections.
Topical treatments with hyaluronic acid helps to maintain a youthful-looking appearance by replenishing the hyaluronic acid content in our skin that diminishes as we grow older, which contributes to significant dryness, sagging and wrinkling.
Hyaluronic Acid is NOT going to replace your elastin but, it can help with the appearance of tightness in the skin. As it fills the skin with moisture, hyaluronic acidtightens the overall complexion. It helps firm facial contours for a more youthful appearance.
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The acid's ability to hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water. It is a fantastic hydrator for individuals with dry, eczema-prone or post-procedure (after chemical peel, laser treatment or resurfacing) skin.
What to look for
Lots of topical treatments contain hyaluronic acid contain between 0.25 to 2.5 percent. However, at Beaute.ae, we feel that products with at least 1 percent for more a notable benefit.
Please note : Hyaluronic acid needs to be applied regularly for best effects because it sits on the skin surface (unless used in the injectable form).
Diane's tip :
Hyaluronic Acid is great for anti-aging so yes it'll be great for under-eye wrinkles. No, you won't peel. ... Fortunately, we can replace that moisture by applying hyaluronic acid through products. It's safe definitely a skin care favorite used widely in the industry. So, during my skin care routine I apply my hyaluronic serum on my eyes area before applying my eye cream.