Bioidentical ingredients: speak the language of the skin.
There is a class of cosmetic ingredients we call skin-identical: the agents present in healthy skin and able to normalise it or affect its functions. With age and under the influence of various factors (stress, UV, disease or injury etc) the presence of certain elements in the skin can change, affecting biochemical reactions and cell interaction causing the appearance of signs of ageing.
The idea behind skin-identical ingredients is simple: apply to the skin the things that would normally be there but are currently insufficient, the skin will recognise these ingredients and use them to restore itself.
One of the big advantages of this approach is that bioidentical ingredients almost never cause allergic reactions.
EXAMPLES OF SKIN-IDENTICAL INGREDIENTS IN MEDER SKINCARE
To restore the skin’s barrier function. An agent identical to squalane present in the healthy skin sebum.
Found in the skin’s own granular lipids. The use of ceramides in skincare can reduce the skin’s sensitivity and restore barrier function, sometimes even when dryness and dermatitis are hereditary.
VITAMIN B3 (NIACINAMIDE) & VITAMIN B5 (DEXPANTHENOL)
Some essential vitamins, like Vitamin B3 or Vitamin B5 are skin identical too because they are used in the same forms as is present in the body.
Did you know hyaluronic acid is a skin identical molecule too!