Hydrating & Lifting Mask with Anti-Glycation Formula
CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm is an Advanced Technology Balm specifically developed for the problem of aging associated with Glycation of the skin’s support fibers. Three major degenerative processes of aging are:
These processes are closely interlinked in a vicious cycle. CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm helps to fight oxidation and inflammation, protecting the skin against glycation.
- Anti-glycating, firming, & smoothing action
- Detoxifying & clearing (de-yellowing) effects
- Antioxidant action
- Soothing anti-inflammatory action
- Intensely emollient & skin conditioning
- Hydrating & film forming action
- Advanced conservation technology with no parabens
Paraben-, allergen-, and colorant-free.
Dermatologically and clinically tested.
CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm is recommended for:
- Anti-aging & firming treatments
- Skin de-yellowing treatments
For best results, in the morning and evening, after complete cleansing apply CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm to the face, neck, and décolleté. Massage lightly to help absorb the product.
CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm, works in great synergy with CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin ACE Cream. You can apply CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin Balm in the evening and CHOLLEY PHYTOBIOTECH Satin ACE Cream in the morning as a defense system against the degenerative aging cycle of : Inflammation – Oxidation – Glycation.
For all skin types.
Hydrating & Firming Face Balm (Anti-Glycation Formula)
50 ml – Ref. 1015V / 150 ml – Ref. 1015K
PREMIUM ANTI-GLYCATION BALM
What is Glycation? Glycation is a spontaneous natural reaction resulting from the attachment of circulating blood sugars to proteins of the body. It causes the formation of harmful compounds called AGEs (Advanced Glycation End-products).
In the skin it affects the dermal proteins, especially collagen and elastin fibers, causing these reticulated fibers to lose their firmness and elasticity. As a result-the formation of skin sags and wrinkles. Glycation also affects intracellular proteins, disrupting their metabolic activities. It causes an alteration of the complexion, leading to the yellowing of the skin and the formation of brown age-spots.
Glycated proteins are susceptible to oxidation and generate Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS= free radicals) that are very damaging to the skin. The skin has no defense system against glycation, for this reason it was long considered an irreversible process.
The discovery of a new molecule, Arginine PCA, with significant de-glycation action now offers new opportunities to fight and reverse this aging process.