The inspiration for HYALOS is hyaluronic acid, which comes from the Greek word "γιαλος" which means glass. It exists naturally in the body and is a source of youth, since it refers to clean, hydrated, bright and pore-free skin ... "like glass".
The actions of the soap are as follows:
- It helps in skin regeneration.
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and acne.
- It has strong anti-aging properties and helps to smooth the skin.
A few words about the excellent ingredients of which it consists HYALOS
Cottonseed extract is obtained by extracting the seeds of the plant. It is rich in fatty acids, carbohydrates, proteins, and mineral salts. Due to its sugar and carbohydrate content, it provides moisturizing properties and restores moisture levels to the skin. In addition, being rich in proteins, cotton extract offers emollient benefits, while vitamin B provides anti-seborrhoeic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in our body and mainly in our skin in a percentage of 56% and is necessary in order for it to look firmer and younger. It is an excellent moisturizing agent, as it has the unique ability to retain water and moisture, while improving the hydration and elasticity of the skin. Due to these properties, it is its most popular ingredient HYALOS It is of natural origin and offers:
- Reduction in signs of dehydration and fine lines and wrinkles.
- It gives the skin a smoother and firmer appearance.
Olive oil: Contains highly biologically active ingredients with antioxidant activity (vitamin E, carotenoids, polyphenols). Polyphenols and vitamin E protect the skin from premature aging. Vitamin E promotes the creation of elastin and collagen, prevents UV radiation and protects against oxidation. One of its ingredients, β-sitosterol, regulates sebum production, thus improving the appearance of oily skin.
Coconut oil: Moisturizes and nourishes the skin in depth. It fights skin irritations, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and helps to heal wounds. It provides the skin with protection from city pollutants thanks to its antibacterial properties.
Castor oil: The esters of this particular oil contribute to the soothing of irritated and inflamed skin. Due to its chemical composition, it is non-caesogenic for the skin, thus contributing to the fight against acne. It also fights the signs of fatigue and aging by stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. It neutralizes spots and any discolouration caused by solar radiation.