By the age of thirty rednesses and unaesthetic capillaries may occur, especially near the nose and cheeks. This is caused by microcirculation problems and thread veins. In addition to the genetic factors these imperfections may be generated by external factors like cold, sun exposition, wind, nutrition, saltiness and chlorine, excessive sweating, poor hydration, lifestyle and stress. To reduce these imperfections it is necessary to act both at the cellular level and tissue level (on microcirculation).
it has considerable soothing and decongestant properties. Helps the natural skin repair, calms irritations and also has a bacteriostatic action.
Syringa Vulgaris (Lilac) Leaf Cell:
well known as common Lilac, it is a shrub of the Oleaceae family; native to south-eastern Europe, it now grows wild throughout Europe. It contains verbascoside and isoverbascoside substances with high sebum normalizing, anti-redness and bacteriostatic power.
it contains polyunsturated fatty acids, well tolerated by the most sensitive skin because of its high affinity with cutaneous sebum. Thanks to its softening and nourishing action it also makes your skin more elastic.
Vitamin E :
also known as tocopherol, it has an important antioxidant function and protects the body against the effects of free radicals and oxidative stress. Cell membrane contains lipids whose actions help to prevent oxidation. Tocopherol is a fat soluble vitamin well conveyed in the lipid composition of the skin as such, where it operates as a membrane stabilizer protecting the same against free radical damage. Vitamin E and A molecular complexes are particularly stable in cosmetic formulations, so that they’re definitely effective in anti-ageing treatments.