Proteins

These natural polymers consist of long chains of amino acids that are good sources of essential building blocks for collagen and elastin fibers, natural moisturizing factors (NMFs), and antioxidants, protecting skin from free radicals and UV-induced damage.

Some proteins have beneficial effects on skin regeneration, cell renewal, and microbiota balance. Others create non-sealing films on the skin and hair, protecting them from damaging environmental factors, smoothing texture, or giving a silky shine.

Stimulates the skin‘s natural moisture network, increases the number of water-transporting proteins and thus helps to maintain the skin‘s natural moisture network.
Triticum aestivum - Common wheat
EverLaSkin™ protects the skin‘s own stem cells, stimulates epidermal stem cells, boosting their development, thus ensuring a deep regeneration of the skin.
A natural ingredient that increases skin elasticity & firmness.
Kalpariane® - brown algae protein
Kalpariane® is a brown alga (Alaria Esculenta) protein, treats skin cells with energy, protects against drying out, fights free radicals, has a slight firming effect as a natural Anti-Aging complex, and makes skin more supple.
Milk contains many proteins that have scientifically proven benefits on skin regeneration, cell renewal, and as active prebiotic. Also, milk proteins improve the stability of other important ingredients, as well as be a part of the delivery system enhancing penetration of active substances into the deeper layers of the skin.
Modukin ingredient extracted from milk
This ingredient is specifically designed for the effective regenerative and anti-inflammatory care of atopic skin.
MPC™ complex reduces the visible indications of skin ageing by stimulating the production of extra-cellular matrix molecules (e.g. collagen type 1) in the dermis and thereby ensures improved firmness and elasticity of the skin.
Phytosan contains proteins, glycoproteins, polysaccharides, protects against light-induced skin aging and UV-induced energy loss, slows down the skin‘s aging process.
Silk protein improves the volume of the hair and makes it easier to comb. In addition, it creates a non-sealing film on the hair that smooths its structures and gives it a silky sheen.
Soy protein repairs brittle hair goes deep into the hair shaft to fix breakages and creates a protective film that smooths the roughened cuticle layer.