Azelaic acid is a powerful active anti acne. It is also effective against couperose and rosacea.
This ingredient, recommended by dermatologists, is both :
It is an important ally against dermatological diseases. It is found naturally in plants, in wheat, rye and barley.
Its antibacterial power acts on the overgrowth of Cutibacterium Acnes, a bacteria responsible for acne. It is found in the hair follicle and in the sebaceous glands.
If excess sebum accumulates under the skin and forms blackheads, azelaic acid can open the pores to treat the blackhead or whitehead without leaving an acne scar.
The anti-inflammatory power of azelaic acid also helps acne-prone skin in the process of cicatrisation. Sometimes pimples leave pigmented spots. This is post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
Inflammatory acne stimulates the synthesis of melanin, which leads to brown spots where the pimple was.
Happily, azelaic acid works on these pigmentation spots and regulates melanin. Your skin heals while remaining smooth and even.
Salicylic acid is a natural cosmetic active used to fight acne. Thanks to its antiseptic properties, it prevents bacterial proliferation, but also the growth of fungi and viruses on the skin surface.
Salicylic acid also removes dead skin that clogs the skin's pores. It participates in cellular renewalwhich makes the skin soft, beautiful and fresh.
The regulating mattifying serum is rich in salicylic acid to fight acne blemishes.
Modified Corn Starch
This cosmetic ingredient is an agent
- Absorbent (retains water in the skin tissue and promotes hydration of the dermis);
- Filmogenic (produces a protective film on the skin);
- Skin care (helps the skin to retain its radiance and beauty).
La Sébomine™ regulate excess oil. Its role is to matifythe skin to limit shiny areas. It removes excess oil that gives the skin an oily appearance.
It is the preferred active ingredient for oily skin with blemishes. Sebomine™also treats enlarged pores and restores skin to stay luminous and soft.
Zinc is the almost obligatory ingredient in your anti-imperfection cosmetic care. Some doctors even recommend it as a dietary supplement to treat acne.
The zinc in Matifying Regulating Gel preserves the skin's beauty. It is involved in the synthesis of collagen and elastin which allow the skin to remain firm and toned.
It regulates sebum production and helps the skin to breathe better.
This trace element strengthens the natural defences of the epidermis, such as the skin barrier and the hydrolipidic film. It fights free radicals and combats imperfections.