Innovative cream based on 24K gold particles with Nano-technology.
Vitamin C - Antioxidant
Vitamin E – Antioxidant (youth vitamin)
Panthenol - Moistorizing & wound healing booster
Powerful anti-wrinkle agents, which delay the appearance of aging signs as much as we can as Long as we can.
Fights against free radicals.
A fine texture Cream based on micro-particles of gold, vitamins, moisturizing and anti-wrinkle ingredients that rejuvenate dehydrated skin and decelerate the appearance of wrinkles.
Allow the Cream to be absorbed before applying makeup.
Rich in Vitamin C, E
Rich in Panthenol
Gives the skin a healthy glow
Protects it from the harmful effects of the environment
Powerful anti-wrinkle factors that delay the signs of ageing
Works against the free radicals
Stimulates the natural production of collagen
Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, serves several functions in the human body. Some of these functions help the body maintain healthy skin. Because the body does not store Vitamin C in its tissues, you need to consume it on a regular basis.
Vitamin C helps the body produce collagen, a structural protein that helps form bone, tendons and ligaments.
Vitamin E Regeneration
Vitamin E also serves as an antioxidant in the human body. Vitamin C may play a role in regenerating oxidized Vitamin E, which is Vitamin E that interacts with free radicals to prevent cell damage. Vitamin E has several important functions related to the skin. It protects the skin from UV light and may improve the texture of skin and reduce the depth of skin wrinkles.
Panthenol is a natural chemical compound closely related to vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid). In fact, panthenol is only one metabolic step away from vitamin B5 and is relatively easily converted to it in the body. Due to its chemical properties, panthenol is much better that vitamin B5 in penetrating the skin and thus appears to be superior in most topical uses. Panthenol has two main forms D and L, each being a mirror image of the other. D-panthenol (aka dexpanthenol) is biologically active while L-panthenol is at best biologically inert and might even partly counteract the biological effectiveness of D-panthenol.
Gold can activate the basal cells of the skin, which increases the elasticity of the skin. It thus reduces wrinkles, fine lines, blemishes, and marks on the skin, and will make you look younger.