Antioxidant and moisturizing treatment for mature or particularly dehydrated skin
A skin that is hydrated, nourished and well defended against excess free radicals, is a skin with a young, fresh and healthy appearance.
This box contains two essential treatments to obtain a similar effect.
Daily use of UNIQA Vitamin E helps the skin to be stronger, healthier and hydrated.
UNIQA Hyaluronic + provides the necessary sustenance for the skin, deeply hydrating and plumping the complexion.
HOW TO USE IT?
For a 28-day cycle (a complete cycle of skin cell renewal), apply a single dose of UNIQA Vitamin E in the morning on cleansed skin .
Spread all the contents on the face, neck, décolleté and hands and allow to be absorbed with a gentle massage until completely absorbed. Open the single-dose by holding it firmly between two fingers of one hand and gently turning the softer upper part until its delicate break.
Use all the contents of the single-dose in a single application; the vitamin in pure form oxidizes within a few minutes once the single-dose is opened, losing all its functions.
Apply UNIQA Hyaluronic + in the morning after the vitamin or in the evening before bedtime on well cleansed and dry skin, massaging until completely absorbed.
If the beauty routine involves the use of other products, apply UNIQA Hyaluronic + first, immediately after cleansing. In fact, good hydration favors the penetration of the active ingredients that will be applied later.
WHO DO WE RECOMMEND IT?
Ideal for dry or stressed skin who suffer from sudden changes in temperature or have been exposed to the cold.
Recommended for those who want to fight the signs of aging by stimulating the skin to produce essential substances to limit the appearance of wrinkles.
Thanks to its antioxidant power, this treatment is recommended to those who want to protect their skin from damage caused by stress and air pollution .
CURIOSITY ABOUT HYALURONIC ACID
WHAT IS HYALURONIC ACID
It is known for being a super moisturizer. It has an enormous ability to bind to water molecules, retains them and prevents their dispersion. Each single molecule of hyaluronic acid is able to bind to itself up to 1000 times its weight in water.
WHERE DOES HYALURONIC ACID COME FROM?
It is normally produced (as far as the skin is concerned) by a group of cells present in our skin: the Fibroblasts. Since the first years of life, Fibroblasts take care of providing us with this important resource, but they begin to slow down their production already before the age of 30, then continuously reducing it over the years. Its deficiency is the cause of the loss of elasticity, consistency and turgor of the tissues (dermis), of their damage and therefore of skin aging.
HOW TO CHOOSE HYALURONIC ACID?
A fundamental datum to evaluate the effectiveness of a Hyaluronic Acid is the Molecular Weight. If it is large (high molecular weight) it acts on the surface of the skin with a very powerful moisturizing action. When the molecule is small (it has a low molecular weight), it can penetrate the skin by going deeper where, in addition to hydrating, it helps to promote other important functions.
CURIOSITY ABOUT VITAMINS
WHAT ARE VITAMINS?
They are organic compounds, called Amines of life (as they are essential for life) that our body needs, in very small quantities, in order to perform an infinity of very important functions.
Only we humans and our closest relatives (primates or monkeys to put it simply) are unable to synthesize the vitamins we need on our own. This is why we must take them daily through our diet.
WHY APPLY VITAMINS TO THE SKIN?
The skin is the most peripheral organ of our body, the first organ in contact with the outside world. For this reason we can use it to receive nutrients even from the outside by applying topical products such as, for example, VITAMINS directly on the skin.
The vitamins most used for skin care are Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and Vitamin A (Retinol).
These three vitamins have a strong antioxidant power (they are in fact the main enemies of free radicals), stimulate the production of some fundamental substances (such as Collagen and Elastin) and regulate many processes, such as the production of sebum (Vitamin A )
Regular use of vitamins helps the skin to appear (and in many cases to be) younger and above all healthier.