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Liposome Concentrate Plus


For intensive care of blemished and rosacea prone skin

The product is used for the supporting prevention of cornification disorders on the sebaceous glands.

Composition: The product contains highly enriched native phosphatidylcholine in a liposomal dispersion. The consistency regulator is the naturally occurring azelaic acid.

INCI: Aqua, Pentylene Glycol, Glycerin, Alcohol, Lecithin, Disodium Azelate, Sorbitol, Disodium Phosphate, Potassium Phosphate, Xanthan Gum

Properties: The liposomes are very rich in essential fatty acids (linoleic acid, alpha-linolenic acid) and thoroughly penetrate the uppermost skin layer. They support prevention of blemished and inflamed skin, because the chemically bound linoleic acid is transformed to the anti-inflammatory 13-hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid (13-HODE).

Application: Additive to the DMS® base creams for the treatment of normal to oily skin as well as for blemished skin and cornification disorder prone skin. Activity and size of sebaceous glands are stabilized.

The product can also be used for the rosacea prone skin; in this case it should be combined with Echinacea extract and Base cream High Classic. Local skin treatment by applying the pure concentrate.


The active agent concentrate should be applied sparingly to the skin similar to dabbing in an ampoule product.

Liposome concentrates increase the effectiveness of the different components of a cream and if applicable, also the effects of skin pre- and follow-up treatments as they improve the penetration of other substances. Liposome concentrates make the skin very receptive for other substances and may at first leave a feeling of dry skin, which then will change to a feeling of a very soft skin surface.


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*The following details are for orientation and do not replace any consulting by experts