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If you have dry, dehydrated or sensitive skin, you certainly have searched for relief. Relief from the tightness, roughness and the discomfort that integrally goes hand in hand with it. In all of the mentioned situations, the same things happen to be a source of those problems - a damaged skin’s lipid barrier as well as disrupted skin’s pH. To tackle this struggle once and for all we have formulated Rejuvenating Daily Moisturizer which targets both of the highlighted underlying causes. We are confident that it will bring that long-sought relief also to your skin.

 

 

If we take a closer look at it, the skin’s pH level and its lipid barrier are tightly intertwined with one another. Since the skin’s lipids, which are to be found in the sebum, make up a significant part of the so-called skin’s pH mantle, it cannot be the other way around - the superficial fatty film promotes maintaining the skin’s pH of 5.5 and vice versa. Together, in healthy skin, they neutralize the detrimental effects of free radicals, microorganisms and environmental factors. They also certainly are responsible for the skin’s proper moisture, softness and consistency. In contrast, in dry/dehydrated/sensitive skin, such a barrier is deficient what means it cannot sufficiently serve its function anymore. It needs building blocks since it will not repair itself on its own.

 

 

 

pH Balance Skincare has taken these phenomena into account when creating Rejuvenating Daily Moisturizer. We have reached for the ingredients which will replenish the damaged skin’s lipid barrier thus also the skin’s pH in the most effective manner possible - our product is composed of shea butter and jojoba oil.

  •   Shea butter has the reputation of the most healing butter that exists. Its lipid profile accounts for its extraordinary soothing, smoothing and moisturizing properties. Moreover, it is very rich in vitamin E, the most potent antioxidant known so far, which is also responsible for maintaining the skin’s long - term health.
  •   Jojoba oil stands out among the other oils as it is the only one which in fact is a liquid wax instead of a triglyceride mixture. This way, it is considered to be the oil with the composition most closely resembling one of the human skin. That is why nothing will rebuild the skin’s barrier better than jojoba oil and shea butter combined.

 

 

 

 

To augment the beneficial effects of shea butter and jojoba oil, Rejuvenating Daily Moisturizer has been enriched with avocado and sesame seed oils as well as humectants like hyaluronic acid and glycerin. The former only add to the already high omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E contents while the latter successfully bind hundreds of water molecules at once to ensure appropriate hydration. In the end, the skin is healthily moisturized, smooth, firm and soft.

 

To guarantee the absolute safety of our product, Rejuvenating Daily Moisturizer has been allergy tested and clinically proven. Furthermore, it contains no alcohol, parabens, preservatives, fragrances, dyes, gluten nor comedogenic substances for the best possible results. 



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