The important thing is to moisturise. Our survival is connected to water, and in fact the saying goes ‘where there is water, there is life’. Water is one of the most important elements in our body (even our bones are one quarter water) and, according to the experts, for the well-being of our body, weRead more (…)

The important thing is to moisturise. Our survival is connected to water, and in fact the saying goes ‘where there is water, there is life’.

Water is one of the most important elements in our body (even our bones are one quarter water) and, according to the experts, for the well-being of our body, we should drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

But how much should our skin drink? When we are young our skin is satiated with water, thanks also to and mainly due to the Hyaluronic Acid content in our skin which, however, tends to drop over time, and it is up to us to integrate moisturisation on a daily basis and stop the tissues from collapsing. Like an apple that loses its water, it shrivels, in fact dehydrated skin is pre-maturely ageing skin, as the lack of water “empties” the tissues, allowing facial movements and expressions to leave their mark more easily. On the other hand, well-moisturised and fresh, soft skin is more “plastic” and supple, retaining longer-lasting compactness and the firmness of young skin. It is therefore essential to identify an effective moisturising and replenishing beauty strategy that provides an anti-age and protective action on face, neck and low-neck line.

Hyaluronic Acid: the wonder of cosmetic ingredients

Hyaluronic Acid is a cutting-edge cosmetic ingredient, which immediately ranked among the leading anti-age functional substances. This unflagging hydrophilic molecule is, in fact, able to: constantly provide skin with the right level of moisturisation; limit the evaporation processes that tend to rob your skin of its water content, exposing it to the risk of dryness and the subsequent appearance of wrinkles and unpleasant creases; make skin smooth and compact; to promote the physiological production of Collagen I, a protein that controls the hold and firmness of skin tissues.

THREE DIFFERENT MOLECULAR WEIGHTS FOR THREE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF THE SKIN

Hyaluronic Acid is contained in L’Erbolario formulas in three different molecular weights; it is therefore able to direct its action towards different levels of the skin to be three times more active and provide results that are three times more effective.

Hyaluronic Acid with a high molecular weight: it stops on the skin’s surface, creating an invisible film that blocks water loss and limits evaporation. Hyaluronic Acid with a medium molecular weight: it penetrates the skin’s barrier and provides your skin with all the water it needs to maintain your beauty capital. Hyaluronic Acid with low molecular weight: it boasts the unique characteristic of penetrating the skin, to promote the physiological production of Collagen, a protein that protects skin density and compactness. Extraction method: the Hyaluronic Acid employed by L’Erbolario is obtained through a biotechnological process, in other words a fermentative process carried out with the aid of non-genetically modified lactic bacteria, on a plant substrate obtained from Wheat

Maximise moisturisation, minimise the signs of time

Around the Hyaluronic Acid of wonders, L’Erbolario has created the most innovative cosmetic proposal for facial beauty care: four performing cosmetics that associate the anti-age and super moisturising strength of Hyaluronic Acid with the cosmetic action of cutting-edge functional substances such as Alpine Rhododendron stem cells and Hibiscus oil. Hence, a super-effective and multi-active journey of beauty, which restores the freshness and splendour to your face, neck and lips day after day, making your skin tone radiant, redefining contours and gradually smoothing out wrinkles, creases and expression lines.

Stem cells from Alpine Rhododendron

Reflecting the adaptive capacities of the plant that they are obtained from, Stem Cells of Alpine Rhododendron leaves prove to be a valid cosmetic ingredient. In fact they provide a very precious anti-age and anti-dehydrating action for your skin, which is also duly assisted in tolerating the most diverse environmental stresses (wind, sun, sudden changes in temperature, indoor dryness) and staying soft, fresh and silken.

Hibiscus Oil

Light, not oily and very rich in oleic and linoleic acid (Omega 6) and unsaponifiable fraction (tocopherols and phytosterols), Hibiscus Oil is a valid and high performance cosmetic ingredient. In fact it provides your skin an effective emollient, nourishing and compacting action and also proves to be an ideal ingredient to treat lips, especially when they are particularly dry and worn