What are phytoceramides?
Phytoceramides are unique nutrients from plants that may improve skin structure and hydration, and enhance the skin’s overall appearance.
What are ceramides?
Our Skin is the largest, and arguably, the most important organ of the Body. The stratum corneum is the corneal layer composed of keratinized fused, flat cells that are bound together by lipids, including Cholesterol, free fatty acids and Ceramides. Ceramides are actually a type of lipid or fat that maintains the moisture content, structure, and integrity of your skin. They are are a major structural component of your skins cellular membrane and are crucial to maintaining the health, hydration and appearance of your skin. Diminished ceramide levels are associated with reduced skin health, dryness, inflammation, poor appearance and conditions such as dermatitis and Eczema.
What is Lipowheat?
Lipowheat is a patented ingredient from France extracted from wheat, which is certified Gluten Free. This class of lipids act as the skin’s natural sealant, helping to prevent moisture loss and aiding in a rich and youthful appearance.
Deficiency of ceramides in the protective skin layer may contribute to de-hydration and dry, flaky, itchy skin. Lipowheat restores skin barrier function ensuring a healthy skin hydration mechanism.
Why is water important for skin hydration?
Mineral Water is the best-known weapon in looking ten years younger, but the secret is knowing how to keep that skin hydration ‘locked in’ to retain that youthful lift and glow. Many beauticians recommend drinking one to two litres of water each day to ensure adequate hydration. Ensuring that moisture is transported to the structure of the skin and retained in skin tissue appropriately is an important Anti-Ageing mechanism.
An appropriate water intake will also aid cleansing, transporting toxins out of the body speedily and efficiently.
How can I improve my skin texture naturally?
Give your skin the best chance of a healthy glow by eliminating or reducing your reliance on refined carbohydrates and stimulants, getting a regular good night’s Sleep and cutting back on alcohol, quit smoking and absolutely no sun-beds or over-exposure to the sun.