Key Benefits of the Almond Blossom Extract
Deep Hydration | Water Molecules Binding | Prevention of trans epidermal water Loss | Skin Soothing
Almond oil and almond blossom are used in cosmetics due to their beneficiary characteristics. The almond oil can be used in lotions and cleansing products and as a moisturiser for chapped hands. The almond blossom has nutrient properties and is used in face scrubs, masks and day creams in order to eliminate blemishes and blackheads and to enlarge pores from a neglected complexion.
The Almond Blossom skincare line of KORRES is ideal for sensitive skin and ensures long lasting hydration through three natural action systems:
The almond blossom extract is rich in amino acids, tannins and flavonoids, while almond oils have moisturising, nourishing and soothing properties. Almond proteins contribute to the regulation of the hydration levels while low molecular weight Hyaluronic acid maximises hydration levels in the upper layers of the skin.
Binding water molecules in the skin
Black oats contain water-retaining natural polymers but most importantly they contain all the polysaccharides and proteins which form a film of moisture on the surface of the skin and improve the skin’s moisture level. The KORRES Almond Blossom day cream contains a mixture of water-retaining substances which are chemically similar to the skin’s Natural Moisturising Factor (NMF).
Prevention of Trans epidermal Water Loss
High molecular weight Hyaluronic acid forms a film on the skin’s surface, that hydrates it and prevents water loss while Lecithin contributes to the intactness of the lamellar lipid matrix of the epidermis and reduces the trans epidermal water loss.