Cystine – protection for tissues against free radicals
Carnitine – carrier molecule for the energy gain within the cells
Arginine – source material of vessel wall factors
Growth factors – stimulate healing and regeneration, wound healing
Riboflavin (eV it.8 2)
Cobalamin (eV it.8 12)
Thiamin (V it.8 1)
Pyridoxin (eV it.B O)
Cholecalciferol (oDl 3)
Ubiquinone (nQ 10)
Shea butter: High content of vitamin A & E and oleic oil. Protection from free radicals and UV radiation. Similar chemical structure to cortisone.
Almond oil: High in linoleic acid. Contains vitamin E and minerals.
Quickly absorbed – softening, moisturising and helping to regenerate skin cells
Jojoba oil: Contains vitamin E & B complex, minerals and iodine.
Provides a protective coating against bacteria and reduces trans-epidermal water loss. Promotes new skin cell growth
CELL FOOD – AMINO ACIDS
What is it good for?
*Very dry and chapped skin – moisturising
*Age control – wrinkle reduction and healthier skin
*Irritation, itchy redness, sores, burns
*After sun – reduced redness and faster restitution
*Healing and prevention of cracked heels
*Very sensitive skin
Consumers have also noticed:
*Scars – become softer and less visible
*Wounds and sores – heal faster, soothing effect
*Atopic eczema – reduces itchiness and redness
*Sun eczema – heals and increases sun toleration