Cosmetic amino acids
Amino acids are compounds that occur naturally in nature, protein components, and natural compounds. Amino acids are widely used in cosmetics due to their moisturizing effect and maintaining the proper pH of the skin.
One such complex is NMF (a natural moisturizing ingredient). Amino acids contained in it regulate skin hydration, accelerate regeneration, have anti-inflammatory effect and increase skin immunity, works as antioxidant.
Amino acids have the ability to retain water, soften and make the epidermis elastic. A complex of specially selected amino acids in cosmetics helps water stay in the skin and brightens it.
In this case, amino acids are not only the protein parts, but proactive ingredients with proven biological effects. Amino acids work on several levels. They are components of NMF and have a huge impact on moisturizing, but they are also strong regulators of skin function - they control the osmotic pressure of the skin by "managing" the distribution of water to the skin. They have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, accelerate regeneration, increase skin immunity and activate collagen content. Maximum effects are achieved due to cooperation on the surface and inside the skin.
Action of example amino acids:
- Cysteine - hair loss comparisons, stimulates their growth
- Arginine - anti-inflammatory, helps to stimulate skin cells
- Proline - has the highest water binding capacity
- NMF, PCA - highly moisturizing, binding and retaining water in the epidermis
Numerous amino acids also contain snail mucus - and what exactly is its phenomenon?
Snail mucus contains in its composition everything that from the point of rejuvenation and care of damaged skin is most valuable - collagen, elastin, glycolic acid or allantoin. Along with antioxidants and vitamins, it is available for raw materials, which not only regenerates the skin, but also smoothes scars and cellulite, displays the visibility of stretch marks, has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
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