With active nutrients that protect the skin microbiota
For daily use
Nourishment for skin and hair
The use of polyphenols as natural preservatives is a truly is innovative concept in the world of cosmetics, so let us tell you a little more about these active nutrients that are so beneficial to your skin.
What they are
Polyphenols come from plants and they have been demonstrated to have a high antioxidant capacity, as well as the ability to eliminate free radicals.
That means they use natural action to protect our skin from the external aggressive factors we are exposed to every day, thereby avoiding skin problems, making the skin glow and reducing visible signs of aging, as well as providing many other benefits.
The benefits for your skin
Anti-oxidant action Protects your skin and keeps it healthy and balanced.
Anti-free radicals Prevents premature skin aging.
Natural preservative Prolongs product life and keeps it in good condition.
Protects the skin microbiota Double protection for your skin with a physical and immunological barrier.
Active nutrients for the skin For regenerated, supple skin.
Preservatives for cosmetics
Preservatives are found in many cosmetic products, and are ingredients that prevent or reducemicrobial growth in the product and keep it in good condition. If a cosmetic product becomes contaminated with bacteria, it can no longer be used. Although not all cosmetic products need them, the use of preservatives is important to prevent microbial contamination, so that the product continues to provide the benefits your skin needs.
It’s important to use a variety of preservatives, as many of them can cause sensitivity, and while their use is safe under normalconditions, continuous use may result in over-exposure. Research into other ingredients, such as natural polyphenols, for their possible use as preservatives is therefore of vital interest.
Polyphenols and cosmetics
So you can see that there are many possible benefits of polyphenols for different criteria, and phenolic compounds have been a source of interest for several decades as potential agents to prevent and treat many diseases related to oxidative stress, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, aging, diabetes and neurodegenerative illness.
Their positive potential as natural preservatives and prebiotics has recently been confirmed in the cosmetics industry. Their use prolongs product life and helps to preserve active ingredients, therefore maintaining the quality and effectiveness of cosmetic products so they continue to provide the benefits your skin needs, and reduce skin infection or irritation.
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