Salva-Derm Cream sample: moisturising protective cream for normal and sensitive skin.
Salva-Derm Cream Mini Dose
How it Works
How to Use
Wash your face and use serum as usual. If you’re using any of Meder Beauty Science targeted care, apply concentrate and mask before the cream, too. Apply a small amount of Salva-Derm Cream to the skin, distribute evenly with light stroking motions. Use daily, morning and evening.
How it Works
Macadamia Integrifolia Seed Oil
One of the highest sources of the essential fatty acid, palmitoleic acid, found in animal oils. Palmitoleic Acid is very close to human sebum, in chemical profile.
Bioecolia (Alpha-glucan oligosaccharide)
BIOECOLIA® is an oligosaccharide obtained by enzymatic synthesis from natural sugars (sucrose and maltose). By virtue of the specificity of its inter-sugar links, BioEcolia® is a unique substrate for the development of the skin’s saprophytic flora to the detriment of undesirable opportunistic flora, pathogenic or not, that are ready to invade the skin at the least sign of imbalance. BioEcolia® rebalances, maintains and even stimulates the skin’s Ecoflora considered to be the body’s first line of defence against external attack.
Algae, commonly referred to as “seaweed,” conditions, hydrates, softens and detoxifies the skin, all while replenishing essential vitamins and minerals. Rich in antioxidants, algae also helps to protect skin against free radical damage and prevents the formation of an enzyme that causes the deprivation of collagen.
Recent studies show that algae extract is rich in a compound called Alguronic Acid, shown to increase cell regeneration and the synthesis of elastin. Algae is also full of enzymes, chlorophyll, amino acids, nucleic acids, fatty acids, and DHA. Amino acids in algae firm and renew tissue while the fatty acids fight against inflammation, leaving the skin even, soft and supple.
Hydrolysed Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a polysaccharide and a compound that occurs naturally in every tissue of the body, with the highest concentrations occurring in tissues such as skin, cartilage and eyes. Providing protection to cell structures, HA is the natural gel between skin cells that serves as a water reservoir for the cells. As we age, skin loses hyaluronic acid and the ability to hold sufficient water in this reservoir. Feeding new hyaluronic acid to skin may help hydrate skin’s intercellular reservoir, raising skin’s moisture level, and smoothing down age lines.
Topically, Hyaluronic Acid has water storing properties, making it an ideal swelling agent and lubricant, enabling its incorporation into cosmetics leading to a perceptible and visible improvement of skin condition. In use, it forms a thin transparent visco elastic surface film that helps to preserve the characteristics of youthful and healthy skin: suppleness, elasticity and tone.
Organic based tensor that immediately smoothes the look of wrinkles and keeps the skin tonified.