– Regenerates the skin lipid coat
– Long-term nourishes the skin
– Skin less susceptible to irritation and inflammatory reactions
– The water binding in the skin
– Reduces transepidermal water loss
– No cleaning properties
– Does not contain dyes and fragrances
– It is hypoallergenic
Bath for adults:
Unless your doctor tells you otherwise: half-filled with water bath add 30 ml of the preparation (1 scoop). The bath should not last longer than 15 minutes. Then gently dry the skin with a towel, without rubbing.
Bath for children and infants:
Unless your doctor tells you otherwise: the basins filled with water, add 15 ml of the preparation (1/2 measuring cup). The bath should not last longer than 15 minutes. Then gently dry the skin with a towel, without rubbing.
– Macadamia oil
Oil obtained from ternifolia macadamia nuts, rich in phytosterols and lecithin. Resistant to autooxidation. Great nourishes, softens and tones the skin. Soothes and smooths rough, excessively dried skin. It provides essential fatty acids (EFA) and phospholipids.
– Paraffin oil
Liquid paraffin, mixture of solid, saturated hydrocarbons. An occlusive: builds on the skin surface protective layer, preventing water loss. It softens, moisturizes and smoothes the skin.
– Shea butter
Derived from seeds of butter tree Magnifolia. It is soothing, moisturizing and smoothing. It protects and strengthens the intercellular cement and hydrolipidic mantle of the skin. It stimulates cellular metabolism and strengthens local capillary circulation. Effectively protects against the harmful effects of external factors and soothes skin irritations.
– Avocado oil
Long-term strengthens and restores the natural lipid structure of the stratum corneum. Recruits naturally present in the skin lipids, including triglycerides of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, including the essential fatty acids. It nourishes and regenerates damaged skin.
– Triglycerides of caprylic and capric
Complement deficiency of lipids in the intercellular cement, oil the skin and limit transepidermal water loss. Reduce the risk of penetration of harmful external factors into the skin.
-Trójglicerydy Corn oil
Obtained from cold-pressed oil, corn germ. They have a structure similar to a prostaglandin. They include linoleic acid whereby strengthen lipid barrier of the epidermis, nourishes the skin and limit transepidermal water loss (TEWL). Improve firmness and elasticity. Make the skin is less prone to inflammatory reactions. They have antipruritic properties and antiiritation.