Further to my post last week where I detailed my Four Step Stretch Mark plan – I thought I’d add some more info about the ingredients in the Mesotherapy element of the plan.
mesoSTRETCH provides the skin with:
Citric acid – An exfoliating agent to peel away rough dead cells on the very top of the stretch mark before other ingredients can penetrate the stretch mark inner skin to treat and rebuild new cells;
Glycine, Valine, Proline – Structural amino acids for the synthesis of elastin and collagen
Vitamin A (retinol) – A collagen synthesis booster
Carnosine – for its anti-ageing properties.
This specific combination of active ingredients enables the restructuring or even repair of damaged skin tissues allowing the skin to recover its elasticity and suppleness
Vitamine E – (Alpha Tocopherol) – an antioxidant promoting skin healing and scar reduction. It also works against the aggravation of stretch marks due to anti-inflammatory properties
DMAE – to instantly firm and tighten the skin but also to protect the skin due to its free radical scavenging properties;
A specific combination of Chondroitin sulfate and Hyaluronic acid to ensure deep tissue hydration and restructuring.
Composition: Aqua (water), Hyaluronic Acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethanol, Citric Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 80, L-Glycine, L-Proline, Retinyl Palmitate, Alpha Tocopherol, L-Valine, LCarnosine, Chondrïtin-6-sulfate.
Check back soon for more info on Mesotherapy and more of its cosmetic uses.
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