Dr Arthouros Alba Moisturizing and Regeneration Barrier 50ml

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Helps regenerate the skin barrier

50 ml

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Description

Moisturising cream with a non-greasy effect, rich in ceramides and fatty acids that helps restore the skin's barrier function. The formula of this melting treatment, which contains hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, rice extract, coralline algae extract, arabinogalactans and polysaccharides, provides a regenerating, repairing and highly moisturising action.

Especially recommended after abrasive aesthetic treatments.

Instructions for use

Apply to clean, dry skin and massage until absorbed.

Composition

AQUA, GLYCERIN, NIACINAMIDE, PROPANEDIOL, METHYLPROPANEDIOL, PLUKENETIA VOLUBILIS SEED OIL, OLEA EUROPAEA (OLIVE) FRUIT OIL, SODIUM CARBOMER, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, CERAMIDE NP, POLYGLYCERYL-10 LAURATE, GALACTOARABINAN, AMYLOPECTIN, SODIUM HYALURONATE, LITHOTHAMNION CALCAREUM EXTRACT, LACTIC ACID, PHENYLPROPANOL, PARFUM, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, XYLITOL, CAPRYLIC ACID, SILICA (NANO), POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, CITRIC ACID, TOCOPHEROL, XANTHAN GUM.

Price per 100 ML

76,98 € / 100 ml

Pharmaceutical Advice

Ceramides are a group of substances that are part of our skin and help to keep it healthy, luminous and hydrated. They form lipid layers, together with fatty acids and cholesterol, to keep the dead cells of the outermost layer of the skin, also known as the stratum corneum, together. This substance works as an intercellular ""glue"" and protects the innermost layers and is known as a cementing substance.

The integrity of this outer part of the epidermis is essential to minimise environmental damage to the skin: it regulates the exchange of water from the deeper and surface layers and acts as a shield against micro-organisms or particles. Ceramides are important for maintaining the stability and function of this semi-permeable barrier.

There are several types of ceramides, depending on how they are chemically composed, and many cosmetic products contain one or more of them to enhance this protection and cohesion. Physiological ageing, sunlight and climate changes lead to a decrease in ceramide production, which reduces the ability of the stratum corneum to retain ideal moisture content, resulting in dry skin and wrinkles. Certain abnormalities in endogenous ceramides may be linked to the development of eczema or atopic dermatitis.

In conclusion, it is a very useful and versatile ingredient. It repairs the skin's barrier function and helps to keep it healthy and supple. Ceramides are also added to cleansing gels, body balms and aftersun care. They are even used in nail-hardening products. In hair cosmetics there is no shortage of them either: shampoos and conditioners with ceramides have emollient effects and help to seal cuticles for healthier, shinier-looking hair.

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10/10

It is very good

Ana M.
10/10

I love it

Eva M.
10/10

The perfect product.

María T.

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