Placentor Regeneration Serum 30 ml
The skin's biological clock may be in imbalance due to aging due to age, lack of sleep, stress, UV radiation, etc.
Consequences → The cells are not coordinated and do not distinguish between day / night. Defenses are weakened and recovery is subdued.
SOLUTION: PLACENTOR Vegetal Regenerative Serum
EFFICIENCY CLINIFIED *
> Since waking up, the skin is as beautiful as after a night's sleep: 88%
> Improves skin quality: 92%
> Improves skin texture and reduces wrinkles: 83%
> Improves face contours: 96%
* Satisfaction test for 24 volunteers after twice daily administration for 28 days.
Stress, fatigue, aging caused by age, poor diet, etc., desynchronizes the biological clock of the skin. The natural mechanisms of skin defense (day) and repair (night) are disrupted. The result: the skin is dehydrated, dull, looks tired, loses strength and wrinkles appear. The regeneration serum provides a comprehensive solution and immediate result from the very first use. Chronobiological effect.
Chronobiology Means Chronobiology (chronos) is a scientific discipline dealing with biological rhythms (lay biorhythms) in living organisms. According to chronobiology, biorhythms fundamentally affect human life - people live in accordance with the exact rhythm influenced by day and night cycles.
· Between 20:00 and 23:00 - Skin barrier renewal
· Between midnight and 01:00 - Cell renewal peaks
· Between 23:00 and 04:00 - Maximum microcirculation: Nutrient and water distribution + Elimination of Toxins
· 04:00 - Maximum Skin AbsorptionBiological hours of skin ensure its proper functioning day and night. During the day, the skin has a protective function. The maximum activity during the night is cell renewal of the skin.
· From 1:00 pm - Reduction of sebum secretion
· 8:00 pm - Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) reaches maximum
Composition adapted to the skin biorhythm - 12 active ingredients in a highly concentrated composition containing 20% active ingredients.
Active ingredients acting as a metronome: Lindera - root (medicinal herb) Restores the biological clock of the skin.
During the day, especially hyaluronic acid is applied, which deeply hydrates and fills the skin and vegetable sugar, acting as a protective shield.
At night, the plant placenta acts to trigger cell renewal and marine collagen along with plant tensors (Quilaja, Kigelia).
Other active ingredients: Argan oil for repair and firming, water melon oil regenerates, shea butter nourishes and protects.
Apply morning and evening to the face and eye area before applying Placentor Vegetal Day Care Cream. Apply a small amount of serum with a dispenser and spread your fingertips evenly. Then apply a face cream. Excellent base under makeup.
For external use. Tested under dermatological and ophthalmological control. Suitable for all skin types.
Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin **, Propanediol **, Hydrolyzed soy protein **, Butyrospermum parkii butter **, Hydrolyzed collagen, Fagus sylvatica bud extract **, Lindera strychnifolia root extract **, Sodium hyaluronate, Kigelia africana fruit extract ** , Quillaja saponaria bark extract **, Citrullus lanatus seed oil **, Argania spinosa kernel oil **, Biosaccharide gum-1, Sodium levulinate **, Methyl methacrylate crosspolymer, Sodium polyacrylate, Glyceryl caprylate **, Helianthus annuus seed oil ** , Tocopherol **, Ethylhexylglycerin, Perfume, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl alcohol, Benzoic acid, Sorbic acid, Sodium anisate **, Benzyl salicylate, Linalool, Hexyl cinnamal, Alpha-isomethyl ionone, Hydroxycitronellal, Eugenol, Geraniol, Citronellol.
** Origine plant / Plant origine
Placentor Vegetal is one of the brands developed by the French laboratories of Sicobel. The first products were launched in France in 1959 and have undergone many innovations to date to meet strict standards and meet the needs of every skin type, including the most sensitive. The products are intended for the general public through sales in pharmacies and aesthetic centers. The high potency of the plant placenta was confirmed by both in-vitro and in-vivo testing. Tolerance tested by dermatologists. Applied phytodermatology.