Hyaluronic acid of high molecular weight, Hyaluronic acid of very low molecular weight, Urea, Fermented sweet black tea, Mimetic peptides, Centella asiatica, Niacinamide, Collagen
Apply Fillderma Lips Step 1 on dry lips. Rub gently on the lips and wait for it to absorb slightly. Follow with Fillderma Lips Step 2. Apply morning and night for at least a month.
Cosmetic treatment with a liposomal formulation to increase lip volume, fill wrinkles in the lip contour, and hydrate and outline the lips. Lips are firmer, more voluminous, smoother and better defined. Fillderma lips moisturizes, softens and protects lips from external aggressions. Specific Treatment for Lips in 2 steps: step 1 filler and step 2 regenerator, with synergistic action. Maximum penetration and diffusion of active ingredients. Active ingredients transported in nanosomes. Filling of the most difficult and deep wrinkles. Reconstruction of the skin from the inside.
Centella asiatica has healing, epithelialising, vasoprotective, anti-inflammatory, and bio-stimulant properties. Recommended for the treatment of eczema, erythema, striae, skin dystrophies ; psychosomatic alopecia, due to its bioactivator for its stimulating properties; and for restructuring the dermal matrix.
Fermented Sweet Black Tea
Fermented sweet black tea is effective in reducing the formation of abnormal cells due to its content in catechins (anti-oxidant substances). Tea polyphenols decrease the effects of burns from ultraviolet B rays. Black tea extracts can inhibit the development of skin cancer.
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.
Niacinamide (nicotinamide) is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that adds luminosity to face skin. It helps to unify skin tone, eliminating yellowing due to age. It stimulates the synthesis of collagen and epidermal ceramides. It prevents water loss from the skin.
Peptides can act as antibiotics, hormones, or neurotransmitters: For example, indicating the need to produce a certain healing substance when the skin is damaged, they thus are able to reduce the damage caused by sunlight and can act as antioxidants.