As time goes by, the body’s ability to rejuvenate decreases and the skin becomes thicker and loses its hydration capacity. The slow loss of these fisiological functions generates thin wrinkles. This process is accelerated because of skin aging.

The main thing is to stimulate collagen synthesis and elastin, in order to prevent the onset and progress of wrinkles and, at the same time, protect the organism from external aggressions such as weather resistances or stress in the skin tissue from overwork.




Hyaluronic acid:


glycosaminoglycan, located in the dermis is part of the fundamental substance in which fibroblasts are submerged. Its structure is jelly and with the ability to call back and retain a great amount of water. In that way it fills the cavities of the dermis and gives firmness to the skin.




fibrous protein able to absorb huge water quantities; the application of collagen on the skin will protect the skin from aging and will improve hydration.




tri-peptide that mimics the action of a neuromuscular blocker. We can find it in the viper serum in a joint action against expression lines that become more permanent and deep over the years. This proves to be one of the most effective active substances, able to reduce facial expression micro-contractions.


Persea Gratissima:

persea gratissima

possesses excellent nourishing, restorative and eudermic properties. It stimulates fibroblasts activity and helps to restore tone and elasticity of the skin. It activates the metabolism of connective tissue.


Vitamin E (tocopherol):

tocoferolo vitamina E

possesses antioxidant properties, contrasts free radicals formation and protects skin from oxidative stress phenomena. Bound with retinol it can generate particularly effective molecular complexes.


Vitamin A (retinol):

Vitamina A-Retinol2

Stimulates the synthesis of receptors at skin level for an epidermal growth factor (EGF), accelerates cell turnover by promoting exfoliation and slows down the degradation of collagen inhibiting collagenase. It increases elasticity and skin thickness manifesting a smoothing effect.


Leontopodium alpinum meristem cell culture:


Edelweiss or Leontopodium alpinum is a herbaceous plant of the Asteraceae family which grows spontaneously on mountain ranges from the Pyrenees and the Alps to the Himalayas. It inhibits collagenase by limiting the degradation of collagen and loss of skin tone.