condition of the skin due to excessive secretion of sebum – (hormonal effect) and characterized by the appearance of pimples, blackheads, whiteheads.
substance with calming, anti-irritant and cell proliferation stimulating properties.
effect of destruction or of growth inhibition of fungi.
effect of contracting the tissues, reducing excessive body fluids.
combination of substances / natural extracts which help the progress of normal skin metabolism
process for removing make-up products and impurities from the skin, accumulated during the day, using appropriate products. It is a very important process, since without it, the skin cannot carry out its essential functions. The appropriate cleansing product should be chosen according to skin type.
skin with excess sebum in the T-zone (forehead, nose, chin), but fragile and thin in the cheeks area.
the process by which microorganisms are destroyed.
skin that is fine, fragile, irritable. May be alipidic (lacking lipids) or dehydrated (lacking water).
the first layer of the skin, itself consisting of several layers, the most important cosmetically speaking being the stratum corneum, the characteristics of which dictate the appearance of the skin. It represents the part in which cosmetic creams can interfere giving a pleasing skin / complexion.
unstable and highly reactive part of a molecule, which may get away from it and rapidly combine with another molecule. Free radicals are involved in a variety of toxic reactions to the body and play a significant role in the aging process.
Gommage / scrub
process of removing dead cells and excess sebum from the skin surface, of revealing new tissue and stimulating blood circulation, achieved using special creams with abrasive micro-particles.
process by which the skin receives the necessary water intake, though the use of special creams.
absorbent clay powder
skin looking aged, impervious, with wrinkles and blemishes.
all biochemical energy transformations that occur in the tissues of the living organism.
Sulfur amino acid present in cheese, gelatin, keratin, etc. indicated in acne and hair care preparations.
skin with a fine texture, matte, smooth, supple, clean, having a perfect balance in between the sebum secretion and the degree of hydration.
skin with excess sebum, with a greasy appearance, lacking flexibility and with dilated pores.
parameter measuring acidity / basicity of a substance. The average of the skin pH is between 4.2 and 5.6.
Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone, CoQ10) is an essential component of the body cells’ normal biological and biochemical processes, due to the major role in transporting the energy cells require. CoQ10 is synthesized in the body as needed for the normal operation of the cell up to the age of 30 years. With the aging process the amount of Coenzyme Q10 decreases in the body, imposing its supplement from external sources.
fundamental property of self-reproduction of living matter with great importance in scarring.
the effect of regulating the skin metabolism
excretory product of sebaceous glands. On average 1-2 g / day, this secretion varies with age and is mediated by hormones and the nervous system. Distribution in the body of sebaceous glands is uneven, having a greater number of glands on the forehead, nose and chin. An excessive secretion of sebum leads to acne and seborrhea.
fragile, easily irritated skin, strongly influenced by climate change.
the effect of reducing the sebum secretion.
stimulating effect on the biological functions of the skin and on blood circulation.
substance that blocks ultraviolet radiation and protects skin from the harmful effects thereof.