Nescens has developed an overall rejuvenation complex for skin structures to prevent and offset the slackening of tissues and improve their elasticity. The anti-sagging skin complex combines cosmeceutical performance with the luxury of a fluid and enveloping galenic. The ultimate anti-aging body treatment.
The anti-skin slackening complex combines high cosmeceutical performance with the luxury of a fluid, enveloping galenic formulation.
Used twice a day, the anti-skin slackening complex helps restore the ability of skin tissues to rebuild their main youth markers: elasticity, tone, suppleness, comfort and radiance.
How to Use
Apply the Anti-Skin Slackening Complex in the morning and in the evening on the slackening areas using upward smoothing motions.
Use one pressure for each body zone.
Niacinamide: exerts a stabilizing e!ect on the epidermal barrier. Improves the moisture content of the stratum corneum. Speeds up the di!erentiation of keratinocytes.
N-Acetyl glucosamine: supports cellular adhesion (it binds glycoproteins, which in their turn bind corneocytes together). Stimulates the expression of keratinocyte differentiation markers (keratin, involucrin).
Taurine: protects epidermal cells from dehydration in a dry environment.
Retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A): speeds up the regeneration of epidermal cells and normalizes their differentiation process.
Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate (Vitamin C): stimulates collagen production.
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E): increases the moisturization of the horny layer of the skin. Improves skin surface relief. Displays photoprotective e!ects and increases the eðcacy of sun protecting factors (SPF). Provides beneficial antioxidant effects.
Methylsilanol mannuronate: promotes skin regeneration. Retards the loss of skin elasticity and changes in connective tissue structure linked to the aging process.
Glycerin : restores the lamellate structure of the intercellular lipids in the stratum corneum and ensures optimal hydration in the di!erent layers of the epidermis.
Urea: increases the activity of enzymes involved in the synthesis of epidermal lipids.
Panthenol: contributes to the reconstitution of epidermal lipidic layers. Its hygroscopic properties boost hydration