Dermal Systems Inc introduces: Dermaviduals® Kigelia Liposome Concentrate!
Kigelia might already sound familiar as you have been introduced to it through dermaviduals® Eye Cream that contains Kigelia Fruit Extract.
Kigelia Africana is well-documented for its ability to improve epidermal thickness and to improve the density of the spinosum layer.
Kigelia Africana is a sacred tree in Africa and has a long history of use for medicinal properties by rural African communities. Uses have included the treatment of a wide range of skin ailments including fungal infections, boils, psoriasis, and eczema. It demonstrates an obvious ability to restore the skin barrier defence and regulatingcorneocyte compaction.
The presence of naphthoquinones, fatty acids, coumarins, iridoids, caffeic acids, nonviburtinal, sterols and flavonoids in Kigelia Africana is well-reported. These compounds may be responsible for properties such as antifungal, antimicrobial, andanti-inflammation.
I am sure that after reading the literature, we can agree, that the protective properties this product offers will fight against the harmful effects the skin suffers from external factors. It will be a popular addition to skin care regimes this fall and winter.
Suggestions on how to incorporate Dermaviduals® Kigelia Liposome Concentrate into your clients daily regime:
For the treatment of a compromised ‘post-summer’ skin: Mix into a dermaviduals® base cream, 2ml of Kilegia Liposome Concentrate, 2ml of Vitamin B Liposome Concentrate, and 2ml of Kiwi Seed Oil Nanoparticles.
While Kigelia lends itself in particular to the breast, décolletage and the eye area, its protective nature makes this product a winner for skin suffering from skin conditions brought about by excessive coenocyte compaction.
Enjoy the fall, and the treatment options Kigelia Liposome Concentrate brings you and your clients.