Growth factors (TGF-?3, HGH and GM-CSF), superoxide dismutase, hyaluronic acid, chondrus crispus extract, coenzyme Q10, ergothioneine, burdock extract, lactic acid, shea butter, squalene and empty liposomes.
Cicases WH has the advantage of being a product that is easy to apply.
Cleanse the skin beforehand and then apply a small amount of Cicases WH on the affected area once a day, preferably at night. It is advisable to apply using sterile gauze, a disposable spatula or gloves to avoid infecting the wound.
It is important not to remove the product and allow it to be completely absorbed to help establish a protective barrier over the damaged area.
Continue use until skin is fully healed.
Cicases WH acts promoting epidermal reconstruction to achieve minimum scarring. It helps skin repair, regenerating damaged tissues, and preserving and maximizing hydration, suppleness and elasticity.
It is a growth factor (TGF-?3, HGH and GM-CSF) containing emulsion. The factors are proteins that act at a cellular level and have a high regenerative and healing capacity. They increase cell proliferation and by doing so increase collagen synthesis and connective tissue formation.
This cream also contains hydrating active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, lecithin and ceramides, which provide a film-forming mechanism which forms a barrier resulting in increased resistance to external aggressions.
Furthermore Cicases WH contains squalene, a fatty acid that helps restore balance in the composition of fatty acids in the hydro-lipid layer.
Do not apply to bleeding wounds. If there is swelling, pain or redness, discontinue treatment and consult your family doctor.
External use. Keep out of reach of children.
Burdock extract acts as an anti-inflammatory that soothes skin after the aggression of waxing. Furthermore its antioxidant effect enhances the effect of other active substances such as vitamin C, retinyl propionate and HA. Thus providing greater anti-aging action, and preventing cell damage caused by free radicals.
Coenzyme Q10 is a substance present in the body. It stabilises cell membranes and neutralises free radicals. It is an effective anti-wrinkle agent as it recycles other lipid antioxidants. Among its many actions, it also prevents the loss of skin firmness.
Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in all living organisms, it is a universal component of the spaces between cells in tissues (extracellular space) and a matrix constituent. It is a glycosaminoglycan with a key role in the hydration of the skin due to its ability to retain water.
L-ergothioneine is a potent antioxidant, which acts at a mitochondrial level. Humans consume this low molecular weight substance in their diet and it accumulates in cells subjected to high levels of oxidative stress. It is a natural amino acid of plant origin. It is part of the protective function of the skin. It has marked antioxidant and radical scavenging properties.
Lactic acid is naturally present in the skin. It exerts a moisturizing effect by attracting water molecules and stimulates the synthesis of ceramides. It improves and modulates barrier function. It has a lightening effect on skin pigmentation by promoting a more homogeneous dispersion of melanin and its antioxidant effect.
Shea butter is a fat extracted from the nut of the Shea tree. Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, D, E and F and its main benefits are its skin moisturizing, emollient and nutritious properties, in addition to its calming effect and its capacity to repair tissues, by regenerating and healing.
Superoxide dismutase is an anti-inflammatory and powerful antioxidant agent synthesised by our body. Its production decreases with age. It neutralises superoxide, a very destructive free radical. Aging is caused by oxidative damage that accumulates over time.