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Fospidina is the new hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid and collagen are the undisputed champions of the dermocosmetic world. The big cosmetics and pharmaceutical companies who wage war against skin aging all boast that their formulas contain at least one of these two ingredients. But there is a new active ingredient that sits somewhere in between collagen and hyaluronic acid and that was discovered by an entirely Italian dermatological study: the Fospidina complex. This new anti-aging and regenerating complex is composed of phospholipids derived from soya and glucosamine, a precursor of hyaluronic acid no less..
Hyaluronic acid and collagen
As time goes on, our skin starts to sag and be affected by wrinkles and blotches; this is all down to our epithelial cells producing less and less collagen and elastin. Collagen is an elastic support fibre that maintains strong, firm and compact skin, as well as other body parts such as the nails, hair, muscles, joints and bones.
Hyaluronic acid is always produced by our body and it is one of the fundamental components of our connective tissue. It is a chain of sugars that guarantees cutaneous hydration and stimulates new collagen and elastin production. These two molecules are therefore fundamental for maintaining bright, young and healthy skin. That is why we are constantly bombarded by big cosmetic brands reminding us of the importance of daily use of an anti-aging face cream that contains either collagen or hyaluronic acid.
Why switch to an anti-aging cream with Fospidina
The anti-aging dermatology world is always evolving and seeking new active ingredients to stem the inevitable effects of aging. The Fospidina complex is brand new in the world of dermocosmetic formulas. This complex is activated by the synergic action of phospholipids and glucosamine, a precursor of hyaluronic acid. The first innovation here is the use of glucosamine, a molecule that is smaller than hyaluronic acid, meaning it can penetrate even further into the dermis, offering the cutaneous hydration needed for softer skin.
The phospholipids,on the other hand, are biocompatible with the cellular membranes of the connective tissues and are therefore fantastic carriers, meaning they can transport vital active ingredients for effective results. In the case of the Fospidina complex, the phospholipids carry the glucosamine through the epidermis and deep into the dermis, for a regenerating and hydrating action that is visible in less time than a normal hyaluronic acid face cream. For better results and faster reduction of the signs of aging, combine the face cream or serum with an anti-aging skin supplement that also contains Fospidina. This has what we call a booster effect so your skin is aided from both inside and out, to tackle all the blemishes caused by aging.