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Creams with Fospidina: dermocosmetic innovation
We’ve tried absolutely everything to prevent and tackle the signs of aging: from the humble hydrating cream to specific treatments and even the very latest aesthetic dermatology. We have occasionally put our faith in ineffective or overly invasive methods that didn’t always provide the results we had hoped for. However, there is an innovative new name in the dermocosmetic world that can offer effective and long-lasting results since it acts on regeneration: we are talking about creams made with Fospidina. Let’s look at how these products can help us to maintain constant and active production of collagen and elastin, two substances that the body struggles to produce naturally as time goes on.
What are the determining factors behind wrinkles, blotches and dry skin?
Skin aging is caused by both external (e.g. exposure to the sun’s rays, wind and pollution) and internal factors (e.g. the oxidative stress caused by free radicals).
The barrier function of the stratum corneum decreases and the skin can appear dull, weaker and less elastic. Changes are also noted within the dermis and sometimes involve microcirculatory anomalies, which often lead to the thinning of the blood vessels and a clear decrease in the main constituents of the dermal fibres.
The Fospidina complex and its main anti-aging benefits
The latest dermatology research has shown how Fospidina-based products are ranking among the best anti-wrinkle face creams. Fospidina is a complex made of glucosamine and phospholipids extracted from soya.
Glucosamine is a precursor of hyaluronic acid. The body’s provisions decrease with aging, causing a loss in the firmness and elasticity of the skin. Phospholipids, on the other hand, are “transporters” and their use in topical applications has a double advantage: to encourage the repair of the cellular membrane and transport active ingredients to the specific areas they are needed. Phospholipids are also rich in linoleic acid, an essential polyunsaturated fatty acid that maintains the hydrolipid film, keeps skin hydrated and restores the skin and its physiological processes.
How can a Fospidina-based cream help?
How does this complex work? When combined with phospholipids, glucosamine can travel through the superficial protective epidermal layer and penetrate the dermis to effectively participate in the biosynthesis of glycosaminoglycans and hyaluronic acid, improving skin tone and tackling the signs of aging. The Fospidina complex is effective because the combination of phospholipids and glucosamine can take the active ingredients exactly where they are needed.
The truly innovative aspect of creams made with Fospidina is the specific help they can provide in tackling the blemishes linked to aging: wrinkles, micro-wrinkles and more. Fospidina can also be used to treat any kind of damaged skin, whether scars or stretch marks.