Dermatologist Recommended Ingredients

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Glikolik AsitGlycolic Acid

  • It is the member of the Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) family with the smallest molecular structure.
  • Thanks to its small molecule structure, it reaches the lowest layers of the skin, stimulating these layers and helping to repair the damages.
  • It is very effective in blemishes, tone unevenness, fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, scars, enlarged pores.
  • Exfoliates the skin surface by accelerating the removal of dead skin cells that accumulate on the skin surface (Stratum Corneum) and are not excreted.
  • By triggering new skin cell production, it adds elasticity to the skin and tightens the skin.
  • It purifies the inside of the pore (blackhead) from dead tissue and oil deposits.
  • It accelerates natural collagen production.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA)

Hyaluronic-Acid

  • Hyaluronic Acid is a molecule that helps to increase the moisture content of the skin and also strengthens the skin barrier.
  • It gives softness, fullness, firmness and tension to the skin, and also provides a younger and healthier appearance. It is very effective in repairing fine lines and wrinkles.
  • When used with dermaroller or dermapen, it provides maximum effect since it can go down to the deeper layers of the skin.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

Peptides 

  • They are molecules found in the natural structure of the skin.
  • are amino acid molecules that provide tightening of the skin, gaining an elastic structure and plumping.
  • They help reduce and repair fine lines and wrinkles.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

Salicylic acid 

  • It is a member of the Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) family.
  • It is lipophilic, that is, it is a fat-soluble active. Thanks to these properties, it reaches the sebum production centers in the hair root, exfoliates the inside of the pores and balances the oil production of the skin by preventing excess sebum production.
  • It melts the dead cell and sebum mixture that clogs the pores and causes blackheads and purifies the skin from blackheads.
  • Helps prevent acne formation by opening closed pores.
  • It helps to solve skin concerns such as acne, psoriasis, rosacea, thanks to its omedolytic (acne prevention) feature.
  • Consult your doctor for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • Caution: Burning, stinging and redness may occur in the use of salicylic acid. It is recommended to moisturize the skin abundantly and protect it from the sun.

Vitamin A (Retinol)

  • Skin cells have special receptors that detect Retinol commands.It commands the cells to be healthy
  • It is the most valuable and most effective anti-aging molecule.
  • It is used in acne and rosacea treatments.
  • Stimulates the production of new cells of the skin
  • It provides a more elastic and soft skin by increasing the moisture of the skin. It neutralizes free radicals.
  • The most important effect is that it can eliminate the signs of photoaging (skin aging caused by sun rays).
  • It is not recommended to be used during pregnancy and lactation.

Vitamin C

  • Other name is Ascorbic Acid.
  • When applied topically to the skin surface, it plays a vital role in the production of pro-collagen, which is the building block of collagen fibers.
  • Controls the production of melanin in the skin.
  • It strengthens the capillary walls.
  • It strengthens the skin's immune system.
  • The most important feature is that it is a very strong antioxidant. Neutralizes free radicals.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

Niacinamide    

 

  • Vitamin B3 is also known as Niacin, Niacinamide, Nicotinic Acid or Nicotinamide.
  • It is found in the structure of NAD and NADP enzymes in the body and these are the active forms of niacin.
  • In niacin deficiency, spotting may occur on the sun-exposed parts of the skin.
  • Controls the skin's melanin synthesis.
  • It plays an effective role in skin concerns such as pore size, uneven skin tone, acne, redness, fine wrinkles, loss of elasticity.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

E  Vitamin

  • Also known as Tocopherol.
  • It is a type of fat-soluble and soluble vitamin.
  • It is a very powerful antioxidant. Destroys harmful oxygen species (free radicals).
  • Protects skin cells and cell membrane.
  • Controls collagen production.
  • Relieves skin dryness.
  • It has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.

Vitamin B5 (Pro Vitamin B5)  

  • The medical name is Panthenol or Panthenic Acid.
  • It takes part in some vital metabolic events.
  • Accelerates the healing of skin wounds. It accelerates the healing process by triggering cell regeneration.
  • Prevents scars and softens the skin by providing moisture to the skin.
  • It is safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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