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玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum - Machuland hk
玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum - Machuland hk
玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum - Machuland hk
玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum - Machuland hk
玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum - Machuland hk

玫瑰分子酊水凝精華 Rose Ceramide Hydrating Serum

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純植物提煉,和皮膚最相融的天然保濕成份 - 「分子酊」

「分子酊」(Ceramide),是一種存在於表皮角質層細胞間脂質的重要成分,總含量約佔細胞間脂質的40%~50%左右。

「分子酊」由表皮細胞生成後會暫存於顆粒層細胞內,釋出於角質層細胞間,以形成完整的細胞間脂質阻隔系統,起著防止水分散發及對外部刺激有防護功能的重要作用,承擔著保護皮膚和滋潤、保濕功能,使皮膚柔滑細緻並緊實肌膚表層。

但隨著年齡的增加,人體皮膚中存在的「分子酊」會漸漸減少,導致皮膚產生乾燥、粗裂的現象。 乾性皮膚和粗糙皮膚型等皮膚異常症状的出現也是由於「分子酊」減少所致。因此要防止這類皮膚異常,補充「分子酊」是較理想的辦法。

「分子酊」的主要功用有:

1. 幫助角質代謝使肌膚維持柔軟平滑,更具彈性及張力。

2. 在皮膚上形成薄膜,能防止水分蒸發,維持並調節表皮的含水量。

3. 表皮障壁作用之最主要成份,可強化肌膚本身防禦外界污染的能力。

4. 迅速修護乾燥與受損的肌膚。

5. 能夠抑制黑色素細胞中酪氨基酸酵素的活性,並促進肌膚白皙,晶瑩剔透。 

 

「分子酊」和構成皮膚角質層的物質結構相近,能很快滲透進皮膚,和角質層中的水結合,形成一種網狀結構,鎖住水分,為肌膚天然的脂質保護屏障,被譽為補水之王,是透明質酸保濕功效的16倍!尤其對乾性皮膚保濕有效率達80%,適用於皮膚乾燥、老化暗沉、細紋鬆弛、敏感膚質及雷射術後的皮膚修復產品。

配合最珍貴的奧圖玫瑰成份,芳香撲鼻!

具有很好的保濕性,能夠增加和保持肌膚的水分,玫瑰還能夠加強血液循環,適合任何敏感幼嫰的皮膚。玫瑰能抗皺、抗衰老、美白、補濕滋潤、刺激皮膚再生、淡斑、去印、去黃、平衡油脂分泌...有數不盡的功效。玫瑰能夠平伏心靈,釋放低落、憂鬱的情緒,讓人感受到被愛的感覺。同時能幫助入眠,舒緩緊張,更是浪漫必備的香薰。

有機成份:

玫瑰純露、分子酊、木瓜酵素、奧圖玫瑰精油、永久花精油、天竺葵精油、玫瑰草精油、胡蘿蔔籽精油

使用方法:
適合早晚潔面後使用,每次 1-2 泵精華按摩於面上至完全吸收。

建議護膚步驟:
卸妝膏/卸妝油 → 各款洗面粉/鹽皂 → 各款純露濕敷/抹臉 →
各款細胞水 → 各款水份精華 → 紅泥精華 →
各款油份精華 → 各款面霜

 

Ceramides are a type of lipid found in the cell membrane of cells. Skin cells in the outermost layer of the skin called the epidermis are a rich source of ceramides. Along with other lipids like cholesterol, fatty acids, squalene and cholesterol esters, ceramides prevent loss of water through the skin that could lead to dryness. They also act as a barrier against bacteria and environmental pollutants. Ceramides, fatty acids and cholesterol work together in the outermost layer of the epidermis called the stratum corneum to prevent moisture loss and keep skin moist and supple. Ceramides make up about 40% of the lipids in the stratum corneum. There are nine different ceramides labeled 1 through 9.

Unfortunately, ceramide levels decline with age. That’s one reason skin becomes drier as a person grows older. Harsh cleansers can disrupt ceramides and lipids, leading to dry skin, and some medications like cholesterol-lowering drugs alter ceramide and lipid levels in the outer layer of the epidermis. Diet plays a role too. Eating a diet that lacks essential fatty acids can disrupt skin’s natural barrier against moisture loss. A certain amount of dietary fat is important for healthy skin. Not surprisingly, people on very low fat diets often have dry, flaky skin due to loss of ceramides and other lipids that help skin retain water.

Obviously, ceramides and other lipids are important for locking in moisture and preventing dry skin. That’s why some makers of skin care products and cosmetics add ceramides to their skin care products as a way to replenish ceramides lost due to aging and disruption of skin’s lipid barrier. To increase the ability of these ceramides to penetrate, they’re sometimes combined with penetration enhancers. They may also be incorporated into liposomes, special vesicles that enhance skin penetration. These liposomes are often made of milk fats that also help to nourish skin.

Ceramides may be useful for treating some skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis. People who have eczema have fewer ceramides in the outer layer of their skin compared to people with normal skin. People with psoriasis also have deficiencies of some ceramides among the nine that have been described. Therefore, using products that contain ceramides may improve these conditions. Ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids all play a role in maintaining skin’s ability to retain moisture. That’s why it’s important to replenish cholesterol and fatty acids along with ceramides and to use appropriate amounts of each to maintain a ratio that resembles skin’s natural, lipid barrier. Effective products contain proper ratios of these lipids.

Ceramides may be useful for treating some skin conditions including eczema and psoriasis.

Skin care products that contain the right ratio of ceramides, fatty acids and cholesterol are effective for rebuilding skin’s natural barrier against moisture loss and beneficial for treating some skin conditions, especially eczema. For best results, most dermatologists recommend using a mild liquid cleanser that’s non-irritating and non-drying along with a moisturizer that contains ceramides and other essential lipids to rebuild skin’s protective barrier. There are cleansers available with ceramides that cleanse skin gently while replacing lost lipids. They’re an excellent choice for people with dry or aging skin and those with eczema or psoriasis.

Natural ceramides also act as signaling molecules, telling cells when to die.

The benefits of ceramides in the skin go beyond keeping skin moist and supple, natural ceramides also act as signaling molecules, telling cells when to die. This could make them useful for treating cancer by causing cancer cells to self-destruct. You can find ceramides in products like skin moisturizers, eye creams, facial cleansers, sunscreens, lip gloss, lipsticks and foundations. Ceramides are also added to some hair care products and conditioners because they bind to the hair shaft and make it less porous.

Are ceramides in cosmetic products safe? The Environmental Working Group Skin Deep Cosmetics Database classifies ceramides as low hazard cosmetic ingredients. They are usually non-irritating to skin and actually soothe irritation and itching caused by dry skin.

All in all, products that contain ceramides are beneficial for people with dry skin, eczema and psoriasis. Plus, they’re safe to use and don’t normally cause skin irritation.