AQUAXYL: Skincare Technology in Sunday Morning Refreshing Cleansing Foam
WHAT IS AQUAXYL?
AQUAXYL- An innovative powerhouse that optimizes the skin’s hydration flow by inducing the synthesis of crucial proteins and lipids responsible for a healthy and hydrated skin barrier.
INCI: Xylitylglucoside - Anhydroxylitol - Xylitol
WHY DO WE USE AQUAXYL IN OUR SUNDAY MORNING REFRESHING CLEANSING FOAM?
So what is Glycerin and why are we mentioning it in this blog?
Glycerin- A natural moisturizer that’s also in our skin. It keeps the skin lipids between our skin cells in a healthy (liquid crystal) state, protects against irritation, and helps to restore the barrier.
Does dehydration cause acne? And how does dehydration relate to over cleansing?
Dehydrated skin - A skin condition that occurs when there’s a lack of water in the skin. This can happen to anyone, regardless of skin type — people with oily or combination skin can still experience dehydration.
Restructure and strengthen the upper skin layer (stratum corneum).
Boost all skin hydration elements – lipids, proteins, polysaccharides (dermal and epidermal hyaluronic acid), and NMF.
Smooth the skin and improve its tone.
Strengthen the skincare benefits of Glycerin and removes its side effects.
HA - Hyaluronic Acid
NMF - Natural Moisturizing Factor. The role of the NMF is to maintain adequate skin hydration. The NMF is composed principally of free amino acids, and various derivatives of these amino acids, inorganic salts, sugars, as well as lactic acid and urea.
TEWL - Trans Epidermal Water Loss is the loss of water that passes from dermis through the epidermis, the epidermal layer of skin to the surrounding atmosphere via diffusion and evaporation processes.
AQUAXYL - An innovative powerhouse that optimizes the skin’s hydration flow by inducing the synthesis of crucial proteins and lipids responsible for a healthy and hydrated skin barrier.