WHAT IS FISIOATIV SKIN REPAIR MOISTURISER
Fisioativ Moisturiser Cream is developed and dermatologically tested by reputable Glenmark Pharmaceuticals and it is a daily use moisturizer for effective skin repair and hydration. Fisioativ Cream contains Squalane, Shea Butter, and Olive Oil. Fisioativ Cream effectively moisturizes dry skin without leaving an oily feel and soothes dry skin and reduces dry patches. Cleanse skin with warm water and apply a thin layer of Fisioativ Moisturiser Cream onto the skin once a day.
KEY INGREDIENTS OF FISIOATIV SKIN REPAIR MOISTURISER
Squalane – Squalene is a natural substance manufactured within our own skin that offers protection and hydration. It can be found in Shark livers as well as olives, rice bran, wheat germ, and palm trees. Squalene is found naturally in the human blood and skin. At birth about 12% of our skin surface is made of squalene. In our mid-to-late twenties, its production begins to decline quite rapidly. And, by 50, production drops to below 5%. The key to squalane’s topical skincare success is that its molecular structure resembles our own skin’s design. The similarity allows it to penetrate the skin completely and synthesize quickly (2mm per second), so it won’t clog pores or leave a greasy residue behind. It’s also odorless and colorless, which are great properties of a moisturizer.
- Squalane feeds important processes in the skin cells so that those cells continue reproducing, ultimately guarding healthy and smooth skin against wrinkles and age spots.
- Squalane intercepts free radicals and prevents them from entering the system, also protecting skin from environmental stressors that lead to premature aging.
- Squalane improves the moisture balance and elasticity to heal chapped and cracked skin.
- Squalane diminishes the production of excess oil, which is a welcome effect among acne sufferers with oily skin.
- Squalane helps diminish allergies, eczema, psoriasis, and post-operative scar tissues.
- Squalane stimulates better blood circulation to rejuvenate skin tone.
Shea Butter – What sets shea butter apart from other seed oils is its exceptionally large healing fraction. This refers to the percentage of the important nutrients, vitamins, and other valuable phytonutrients that foster healing. Depending on the source, the healing fraction of shea butter ranges from 5 % to 17 %. (The larger the healing fraction, the better). By comparison, the healing fraction of other seeds oils is very small, in the range of 1 %. Shea butter nourishes the skin with Vitamins A, E and F. Vitamins A and E maintain the skin and keep it clear and healthy. They are particularly helpful for sun-damaged skin and to help prevent premature wrinkles and facial lines. Vitamin A in shea butter is important for improving skin conditions, including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Vitamin F acts as a protector and rejuvenator soothing rough dry or chapped skin. Additionally, shea butter has properties that treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburn, and frostbite.
Shea butter’s unparalleled hydrating property is due to natural moisturizers that are chemically similar to those produced by the body’s own sebaceous glands. Shea butter also contains healthy fatty acids. It is high in unsaponifiables (a type of fat) containing between 7-12%. This is one of the properties that make Shea butter so valuable in treating the conditions above. Shea butter easily penetrates the skin and will not clog pores. There is a high level of cinnamic acid which makes Shea butter a natural sunscreen. Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties that make it useful in treating arthritis. Shea butter has powerful moisturizing, anti-aging, protecting, and healing benefits to the skin. There are many uses of shea butter and it has been clinically shown to provide relief for various skin conditions.
- Excellent daily skin moisturizer for face and body;
- Dramatically helps prevent and reduce stretch marks during pregnancy and weight gain and loss;
- Restores elasticity to the skin and reduces blemishes and wrinkles;
- Anti-aging and anti-free radical agent known to increase circulation to the skin;
- Excellent moisturizer for both eczema and psoriasis;
- Helps soothe skin and diaper rash;
- Good for after sun conditioning;
- Helps soften tough skin on hands and feet;
- Dry, itchy skin and scalp relief;
- Use after shaving to reduce razor irritation and bumps;
- Provides healing benefits to skin wounds and cracks;
Olive Oil – Olive oil does have some reported benefits to the skin. Olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. Olive oil is also an antioxidant, so it might help prevent or reverse damage from cancer-causing ultraviolet radiation. It has a very high concentration of an ingredient called squalene as compared to the other types of fats and oils that humans normally eat. The squalene is what gives olive oil the extra antioxidant boost. Olive oil moisturizes and fights bacteria. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin.
BENEFITS OF FISIOATIV SKIN REPAIR MOISTURISER
- Restores skin barrier function;
- Improves elasticity, hydration and skin roughness;
- Phytosqualane helps keep skin healthy and flexible;
- Quickly and completely absorbs in the skin, repairing it;
- Lubricates skin surface for a softer and smoother appearance
- Non-greasy and non-irritant formula;
- Dermatologically tested.