It stimulates the synthesis of AQP8 and AQP3, involved in urea and water storage into the epidermis. In the meantime, it reinforces epidermal lipids synthesis to improve skin cohesion and nutrition.
An oil obtained using supercritical CO2 extraction from Glasswort. This coastal plant is very common on the Channel coast in France and grows in sand. While almost submerged at high tide, it is exposed to the wind and sun at low tide. To adapt to these daily changes in its environment, it has a developed a transport system for water and ammonium ions which play a critical role in protecting it against dehydration and major variations in salt concentrations.
After 2 hours:
After 48 hours:
After 28 days:
Lipo- soluble active to be used at 1% in:
Stable up to 80°C
HYDRASALINOL: preservative free