Company: DERMAVIDUALS® U.S.A.
What They Say
“Due to their specific composition, nanoparticles have a very high affinity to the horny layer of the skin and are used as transport systems which help the different active agents to penetrate the skin more readily. The capsules of nanoparticles consist of monolayers of phosphatidylcholine, a naturally occurring substance that nature uses for the basic structure of the membranes of each cell. Nanoparticles contain within their nucleus the active substances, which are gradually released in the skin.
Coenzyme Q10 nanoparticles - smoothing care and protection of mature skin. Nanoparticles stabilize coenzyme Q10 and optimally transport the active agent into the outer skin layers. Coenzyme Q10 is superficially used in skin care products for mature skin in combination with vitamins A and E. It improves the effects of these vitamins as well as the antioxidative capacity of the epidermis. The protection against oxidative impact of Ultra Violet A (UVA) has been reported in scientific literature.
Primrose nanoparticles - for skin with barrier disorders susceptible to neurodermatitis and atopic eczema. Encapsulating primrose oil, which is rich in gamma-linoelic acid, into nanoparticles preserves the effectiveness for a longer time. Furthermore, this method ensures optimal transport into the skin. It regulates transepidermal water loss and increases skin hydration.
Vitamin A nanoparticles - regenerating mature skin. Nanoparticles stabilize vitamin A in particularly high dosage and optimally transport active agents into the skin. Vitamin A supports stratum corneum formation and promotes regeneration of the skin. Vitamin A is also recommended for the treatment of prematurely aged skin due to UV damage.
Vitamin E nanoparticles - protecting skin and supporting cell formation, for all skin types. Nanoparticles stabilize vitamin E in particularly high dosage and optimally transport active agents into the skin. Vitamin E protects skin against free radicals and 000080uces noxious influence of ultraviolet rays. In addition, vitamin E supports epithelialization (cell formation) and collagen of the skin. It increases skin hydration capacity.”
Last Updated 07/13/09
February 27, 2008