Aloe Vera – Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice

Aloe vera juice extracted from the leaf has been used since ancient times for its many benefits.

Aloe vera is widely used for its soothing, moisturising, smoothing, and nourishing properties and also because its Ph is very similar to our skin’s own PH.

Aloe vera eliminates dead cells from the epidermis, thus allowing to gently facilitate the desquamation process, favoring cell regeneration and stimulating the healing process. Every application of aloe vera comes with a bonus: a pleasant sensation with an immediate fresh feeling!

Apricot – Prunus armeniaca kernel oil

The apricot tree has been cultivated for more than 2000 years and with good reason.

The oil extracted from the kernel of the apricot fruits has incredible virtues, highly beneficial to the skin. 

Dry and quickly penetrating, this oil is effectively absorbed without leaving any oily residue or sensation on your skin.

With a high degree of absorption, the apricot oil has also nourishing, firming, anti-oxidant, soothing, and photoprotective properties.

The apricot oil helps tone up the epidermis, and it  restores elasticity. Thanks to its antioxidant properties, it plays an important role in delaying the natural process of skin aging. Once the skin is moisturized and nourished in depth, the imperceptible hydrolipidic film left by the oil helps prevent epidermal dehydration and therefore lock the moisture inside. As a result: your skin looks radiant!

Very soft in application and non-irritant, this natural emollient is ideal for all skin types, especially the sensitive, irritated, mature, dull, dry, and mixed ones.

Apricot – Prunus armeniaca seed powder

Despite its name, the apricot is not native from Armenia but from China. Growing wild 5 000 years ago, it is now widely cultivated in the mediterranean regions for its delicious fruit, but also for cosmetic use of the kernels.

Although less popular than the apricot kernel oil, apricot kernel powder has a lot to offer as well! It is used to make a gentle scrub, which leaves the skin smooth and deeply cleansed. Its exfoliating power purifies the complexion by effectively removing dead cells and impurities.

The skin regains tone and radiance after application, irregularities are reduced and the surface is softened and refined.

Apricot kernelpowder’s  gentle desquamation action stimulates cell regeneration and the skin is perfectly prepared for the next steps in the beauty ritual.

It is deal for all skin types, including the most sensitive.

Argan oil / Argania Spinosa

Argan oil is obtained by pressing the nuts contained in the fruit of the argan tree.
The women of the Berber population use for thousands of years for its cosmetic and food benefits. Next the use of argan oil extraction is cold for use in cosmetics and roasting (hot) for food use.
Through the cold extraction of argan oil retains powerful properties.

In its composition there are about :

  • 18%  saturated fatty acids : palmitic acid (12%) & stearic acid (8 %)
  • 34%  of vitamin E and polyunsaturated fatty acids linoleic acid ( omega 6)
  • 45%  monounsaturated fatty acids : oleic acid
  • tocopherols : vitamin E
  • carotenoidss
  • phenolics
  • triterpene alcohols
  • sterols

The benefits and actions argan oil skin are multiple:

  • protects against free radicals and UV
  • powerful healing recommended for acne-prone skin , dry , eczema, chapped
  • reduces and prevents stretch marks
  • Firming
  • softening and soothing, helping to rebuild the lipid film of the skin
  • Nutrition
  • cleaning
  • Recommended for oily skin because it contains very little saturated fat
  • photoprotective and anti -inflammatory action
  • powerful antioxidant (rich in vitamin E)
  • wrinkle share ( slows down skin aging) 

There are no known cons -indication to Argan oil

Avocado oil – Persea Gratissima oil

Often used  in combination with waxes, this oil is a very good anti-ageing, nourishing, and protective active ingredient. 

Softening and protective, avocado oil offers comfort to the most delicate and dried skins and restores all the elasticity needed. Avocado oil also fights against the signs of skin aging.  It nourishes the skin and protects it against aggressions (cold, wind, etc.). 

Very soft, avocado oil is a marvellous ingredient in the composition of care products for dry or mature skin.

Repairing and calming, it works wonderfully on skins prone to discomfort.

Azelaic Acid

Azelaic Acid is a less known anti-inflammatory and antioxidant active ingredient, but with immense virtues for the skin.

Azelaic acid is often synthetically produced, but at Dermoplant, the ingredient is plant-based and comes from organic farming. No surprise here, right?

It harmonises the tone of the skin, smoothes the skin and promotes the elimination of rough skin patches as well as brown spots, often left behind after eruptions.

It refines the pores and helps purify the skin surface, since it prevents the formation of clusters of sebaceous matter that obstruct the pores (overproduction of sebum), i.e. blackheads (blackheads). Antibacterial, it also reduces the production of fatty acids and bacteria, which are strongly involved in the development of acne. It can quickly be considered as a soft exfoliant.

Beeswax – Cera Alba

Beeswax is the only ingredient from animal origin used in Dermoplant products. Once collected from the honeycomb, the wax is purified for cosmetic use. 

Beeswax is a fatty substance often used as an emulsifier, with protective and moisturizing properties. Contrary to waxes obtained from oils, it does not obstruct the pores.

Naturally rich in vitamin A, often used during winter, beeswax forms a soft film on the skin, protecting it from external aggressions, (such as cold, wind, humidity) and at the same time, promotes healing. This ingredient soothes and protects, while also deeply nourishing the epidermis. 

Beeswax repairing virtues are a powerful ally for all skin types. Its unctuous texture and complex composition is highly adapted to sensitive skins, which are often affected by dryness and fragility.

Brown algae – Sodium alginate

A fine white odourless powder, sodium alginate is a natural texturizing agent extracted from brown seaweed.

Due to its gelling properties, it is often used in cosmetics for reaching a good  consistency of the product. The powder is also commonly used for its emulsifying properties, which allows the cohesion of different cosmetic ingredients. 

Thanks to sodium alginate, the often non-miscible active ingredients such as water and oil can then be mixed together, in order to create a stable, homogeneous and fluid mixture.

Suitable for all skin types.

Calendula – Calendula Officinalis flower extract

Calendula, also known as marigold flower, is quite cultivated in the Mediterranean regions, as it is often considered an essential component of therapeutic care.

Calendula flowers contain antioxidant, moisturizing, and soothing compounds which help the skin heal faster and prevent infections. The calendula extract is also used as  an anti-aging agent.

Highly hydrating, the calendula facilitates the maintenance of the water contained in the epidermis. Powerful anti-inflammatory, it soothes the skin and calms irritations.

Moreover, the flower of calendula contains antioxidant molecules limiting the cellular degradation, due to the free radicals like: pollution, stress, UV rays and so on. This is what slows down the natural aging process of the skin.

Chamomile – Chamomilla Recutita flower extract

Chamomile is one of the most consumed plants due to its multiple benefits. These flowers grow in the temperate regions of Europe, and release a particularly pleasant aroma. They have some extremely interesting medicinal virtues, and they are used in skin care products mainly due to  the content in bisabolol, an active ingredient well-known for its calming effect. 

Chamomile flower extract helps calm and refresh the skin. It has anti-inflammatory, healing and antioxidant properties that soothe the skin, and reduce redness and blemishes. This active ingredient can even alleviate skin irritations such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.

Bisabolol helps soften the skin, prevents the degradation of collagen present in the dermis and decreases the synthesis of melanin. This helps to reduce the signs of age as well as dark marks, and thus helping skin tone reach an even colour.

Coconut oil – Cocos Nucifera oil

Coconut oil contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory compounds that calm inflammation and reduce redness. 

Known as a multi-functional active ingredient, coconut oil excels in the art of hydrating the skin, but also in purifying it. 

By removing impurities and tightening the pores, it drastically reduces the appearance and multiplication of pimples.

Coconut oil also has healing properties, since it stimulates the collagen present in the dermis, thus increasing the skin’s resistance to external aggressions.  

This powerful active ingredient helps to fight against many skin problems, such as eczema, psoriasis or rosacea. It also soothes the discomfort caused by poor hydration.

Dragon’s blood macerate – Croton Lechleri resin extract

The extract of the tree known as the “Dragon tree of Socotra”, is an active ingredient particularly recognised for its healing properties.

Dragon’s blood extract stimulates skin regeneration, it has antioxidant properties, and helps to protect the skin from external aggressions. This special active ingredient helps to reduce scars and marks on damaged skin, repairing and regenerating them in depth. These actions concur in producing a very effective anti ageing effect.

Dragon’s blood extract  improves the quality of the epidermis, its action stimulates fibroblasts such as collagen and gives tonus and radiance to your skin.

It is suitable for all skin types.

Hibiscus – Hydrolyzed Hibiscus Esculentus Extract

Advanced plant research has revealed the extraordinary power of Hibiscus Esculentus extract in skin rejuvenation. Through a process of biotransformation, scientists have extracted a complex of oligopeptides which is effective in reducing wrinkles and expression lines.

Hibiscus extract is an active ingredient that is considered a viable alternative to esthetic surgical interventions to fight efficiently against wrinkles.

Hibiscus extract reduces wrinkles in two ways:

  • Acts against mechanical factors that cause wrinkles: by inhibiting the contraction of facial muscles, it smoothes expression lines and prevents their formation.
    These effects are similar to the application of botulinum toxin, but without the side effects and toxicity. Hibiscus Oligopeptides offer a similar action thanks to the unique benefits of nature, in a less invasive way.
  • Antioxidant and anti free radicals effect: It prevents oxidative damage, thus protects against biological aging.

Hyaluronic Acid – LMW/HMW/Hydrolyzed

Hyaluronic acid is found naturally in the body, forming connective tissues and cell layers. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of blood and lymph. It has an important role in water retention and in the entire structure of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is one of the human body indispensable components. Its benefits are truly spectacular. 

The hyaluronic acid used in Dermoplant products is derived from corn and wheat by bio-fermentation of bacteria naturally present in the environment, the streptococci. It is therefore a 100% natural product and 100% of plant origin.

The hyaluronic acid softens and restores the elasticity of the skin exposed to solar radiation. It is also an effective protector and regenerator in the aging process, traumas and metabolic disorders. It is a very valuable ingredient in cosmetics for its excellent moisturizing properties as well as in medicine. The skin immediately regains radiance, the smoothing and firming effects are almost instantaneous!

The hyaluronic acid is one of the protein fibres naturally contained in the dermis and has the property to retain water from 300 to 3000 times its weight. This acid is responsible for the proper maintenance of the cell hydration and for the correct performance of the fibroblasts, which itself nourishes and stimulates collagen and elastin. With age, its concentration in the skin gradually declines, the skin loses elasticity which leads to the appearance of wrinkles and sagging. 

There are three molecular forms of hyaluronic acid that complete each other very well, as they do not have the same properties. 

High weight molecules (HMW) appear as big molecules and therefore remain on the surface of the skin. They build up a hydrolipidic barrier on the superficial layers of the epidermis so the moisture is locked inside. The function of this external protective barrier is to protect the skin against bacteria, and to help the skin maintain its hydration.

Medium-weight molecules (HLMW) allow the active ingredient to penetrate as far as the dermis and reach the hollows of the skin in order to “fill in” and therefore replump the skin at a deeper level.

Hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid – The micro-encapsulated molecules release its active ingredients more slowly and in greater quantities, while reaching the deepest skin layers. The hydrolyzed form is an efficient  way to enhance and prolong the effects of hyaluronic acid.

Inca Inchi Oil – Plukenetia volubilis seed oil

Also called Sacha Inchi oil, it is one of the natural oils richest in omega 3 (45%). It also contains omega 6 (36%) and omega 9 (9%) which makes it exceptionally balanced in the ratio of fatty acids. This gives it a great moisturizing profile, especially for dry skin.  

The oil is appreciated for its effectiveness of penetration into the skin, dry to the touch, it nourishes, softens, and soothes the skin, restoring its natural beauty.

Suitable for all skin types, Sacha Inchi oil is often used for mature skin because of its amazing firming properties.

Jojoba oil – Simmondsia chinensis seed oil

Like Aloe vera, this oil has well documented properties in skin care. 

Jojoba oil nourishes, balances, protects and softens the skin. 

Its composition is very close to the sebum produced by the human body. Jojoba oil acts as a regulator of sebum secretion and, not surprisingly, like sebum, it protects the skin.

Lavender – Lavandula Angustifolia Flower Extract

Originally from the French Mediterranean area, lavender has been cultivated for thousands of years for its pleasant smell but also for its medicinal virtues. It is often used in the form of its essential oil or macerates, although lavender flowers have many more possible uses in skin care.

In addition to its captivating scent, lavender oil has soothing, purifying and anti bacterial properties on the skin:

Lavender flower extract has the ability to reduce acne, help purify and tone the skin, and reduce wrinkles. Its freshness immediately brings a pleasant feeling of well-being.

Thanks to its soothing properties, the extract of lavender flowers can be used for the superficial irritations. It softens, calms the sensitive skins and it clarifies the skins prone to pimples.

Lipophiles – C 10-18 Triglycerides

Triglycerides or lipophilic components are widely used as a texture agent but they also pack other benefits.  

Rich in vitamins, this agent has softening, nourishing, regenerating emollient, and protective properties for the skin. As a bonus, this natural active ingredient also brings consistency to the cosmetic composition. 

Suitable for all skin types

Liquorice root extract – Glycyrrhetinic acid

Licorice is a vivacious plant widely cultivated in Mediterranean Europe, due to the discovery of its many active ingredients, the main one being glycyrrhizic acid. This acid calms, soothes, and provides real comfort to irritated and aggressed skin.

Often used to “harmonize” the ingredients in formulations, liquorice has interesting benefits for the skin, due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties. Moreover, the regular use of liquorice helps to diminish the dark marks which can appear on the skin after an eruption.

Oliglycan – Copper PCA

An excellent source of oligoelements, oliglycan is an active ingredient made up of a complex of trace minerals in the forms of PCA salts and able to easily penetrate the superficial layers of the skin for a sebum-regulating action.

This trace element is naturally present in the skin and connective tissue, for a good reason: it is vital to skin health.

With strong regenerating and antioxidant properties, olyglycan regulates the water content of the skin, and accelerates the cicatrization process.

This active ingredient stimulates the collagen present in the epidermis, as well as elastin, allowing the skin to remain toned. It is for this reason that it is often regarded as an effective anti-ageing ingredient. Copper PCA also accelerates the healing process by helping the skin to detach dead cells.

Copper combines wonderfully with Zinc and together both compounds are used for their impressive effects of healing, maintaining hydration and exceptional anti-aging properties.

Oliglycan – Zinc PCA

An excellent source of oligoelements, oliglycan is an active ingredient made up of a complex of trace minerals in the forms of PCA salts and able to easily penetrate the superficial layers of the skin for a sebum-regulating action.

With strong regenerating and antioxidant properties, olyglycan regulates the water content of the skin, and accelerates the cicatrization process.

Like Copper, Zinc is one of the minerals that are vital for skin health.

The term Zinc usually refers to several elements: Zinc oxide, and also Zinc PCA. Here we will refer to Zinc PCA.

Zinc PCA is a vital oligo-element that promotes healing, it has significant antibacterial properties and it is a powerful antioxidant.

Zinc PCA is an essential micronutrient, which ensures the nutritive apport that the skin needs and stimulates the cellular regeneration of the epidermis. Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and with  sebo-regulating properties, zinc PCA is particularly useful in treating skin concerns like acne. Zinc PCA has also a moisturizing effect and healing action so it provides the ability to efficiently fight problems like skin dryness, dermatoses, eczema and acne.

Rosemary – Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract 

The extract comes from the beautiful flowers and leaves of the rosemary aromatic herb. 

Belonging to the family of the mint, rosemary’s name is linked to the coast and literally means “dew of the sea.” Used for its beautiful fragrance but also for its healing properties, rosemary has been a popular medicine in the past and still today.

Rosemary extract  is a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and toning properties. This active ingredient reduces skin secretions and tightens tissues.

Rosemary extract antimicrobial properties inhibit the development of microbes. It is a very effective detoxifier for the skin, but it also ensures the functions of cellular protection. The antioxidant action allows the epidermis to defend itself more effectively, therefore promoting long term preservation of youth appearance and maintaining skin health.

Salicylic Acid

A perfect partner for the azelaic acid – Salicylic Acid (BHA: extract of gaultheria)

Extracted from Wintergreen berries, Salicylic Acid is a natural  beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) with powerful anti-inflammatory,  anti-fungal and anti-acne properties.

Gaultheria has often been recognised as a miracle ally to calm inflamed, irritated and reddened skin. Like azelaic acid, salicylic acid reduces imperfections and cutaneous eruptions.

The two acids work in synergy for a potent effect: after cleaning the surface of the skin the salicylic acid penetrates into the deeper layers to cleanse obstructed pores and prevent the forming of new impurities.

It is suitable for all skin types.

Silver powder – Silver Microparticles

Silver has well-known anti-inflammatory properties on a wide spectrum of bacteria and it  is very effective even in low doses.

Silver is naturally present in the environment and does not present any harmful risk to it.

Silver powder contributes to the healing of inflamed and irritated skin.

Thanks to its anti-inflammatory effect, this active ingredient helps to restore the optimal physiological balance of the skin’s microflora. If it is used regularly, silver powder stimulates skin’s own defence and the inflammation is thereby diminished and controlled.

Silver powder leaves an invisible deposit on the surface of the skin, but the particles do not penetrate the skin because their size does not allow them to cross the cutaneous barrier. The particles remain on the surface and quickly eliminate undesirable microorganisms. The silver absorbs the bacteria present on the surface of the epidermis and destroys them instantly.

It is suitable for all skin types.

Sea buckthorn oil – Hippophae Rhamnoides fruit oil

Sea buckthorn berries come from a small thorny tree that grows in the most harsh regions such as the coastal dunes, the Siberian steppes or mountain areas. Difficult to cultivate and even harder to harvest, these small berries are totally worth the effort for their incredible virtues they add to skin care products.

The precious natural oil from sea buckthorn has a lot of vitamins and rare fatty acids that  smoothe, firm, heals, accelerate skin regeneraion, protect and nourish the skin. 

Sea buckthorn oil is a beauty elixir that moisturizes and repairs skin dryness, reinforces the elasticity of the epidermis and participates in the renewal of mature skin cells. As a UV rays absorber agent, sea buckthorn oil helps to avoid the harmful effects of external factors on the skin.

Shea butter – Butyrospermum parkii butter

Shea butter is extracted from the kernels of the fruit of the shea tree, which grows only in the wild. 

Sheabutter  contains tocopherols (vitamin E) and other antioxidants such as triglycerides. Thanks to its broad spectrum of ingredients, shea butter has a particularly strong moisturizing effect and it helps regulate skin moisture in a natural way. Very well tolerated by human skin, it also has a soothing and smoothing effect. The lipidic barrier of the cornea is strengthened, dry skin is moisturized, and eczema affected skin as well as mature skin are well cared for.

Sodium benzoate

Sodium benzoate is used as an antifungal preservative agent in cosmetic products since it prevents the development of bacteria.

Sodium Dehydroacetate

Sodium dehydroacetate is a preservative used in cosmetics for its antimicrobial properties, as it inhibits the development of microorganisms.

Sucrose Stearate

Made from the combination of a sugar and a fatty acid of vegetable origin, sucrose stearate is an emulsifying agent, i.e. it facilitates mixtures between non-miscible liquids, such as water and oil. It also has soothing and softening virtues for the skin, as it lightens the sensation of discomfort of the skin.

Sweet almond oil – Prunus Amygdalus dulcis oil

Rich in omega 9, the sweet almond oil is extracted from the kernels of the almond tree fruit. This precious active ingredient is an important one for sensitive skin care. Sweet almond oil has a good mixture of benefits and, as an added bonus,  a very pleasant, delicate fragrance.

With highly emollient action, sweet almond nourishes, protects, revitalizes, calms and tones   tired, faded and tarnished skins.

This active ingredient is rich in vitamin A, which promotes skin flexibility and in vitamin E, which helps fight against free radicals and prevent cutaneous ageing.

Sweet almond vegetable oil gentle action is well suited to sensitive, irritated or dehydrated skin care.

Sweet Orange – Citrus Aurantium Dulcis fruit extract

Native to Asia, sweet orange has healing, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

The extract of this citrus peel helps reduce skin inflammation thanks to the rich content in poly methoxy flavonoids (PMF), a compound with efficient anti-inflammatory action.

Sweet orange extract is used to treat certain skin problems such as acne, due to its sebum balancing properties. It is, also, a true regenerator and an excellent toner which makes the skin soft and luminous.

Vitamin A – Retinol

Vitamin A has antioxidant properties, neutralizing free radicals, which cause significant tissue and cellular degradation.

Associated with vitamin C, it is a powerful duo, since ascorbic acid reinforces retinol’s action.

Its various effects on the apparent signs of skin aging turned it into an essential for anti-aging care: acting on wrinkles, blemishes, loss of firmness and radiance. Skin texture is smoothed, pores are tightened, pigmentation spots are reduced or even tend to disappear, giving a real boost to mature skin types.

Often produced by synthesis, retinol is also present in animal fats and in plants containing beta-carotene. Dermoplant extracts this active ingredient from a rich source: carrots.

Acting on the reduction of the appearance of wrinkles and reinforcing the thickness and elasticity of the skin, vitamin A promotes cell regeneration and also acts on the dermis, strengthening its structure. It stimulates the production of fibroblasts, like hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin. In fact, the skin regains suppleness and glow, the size and quantity of wrinkles and lines decreases.

Vitamin C – Ascorbic Acid

From its Latin name: Ascorbic acid, vitamin C is frequently used in cosmetics, for its antioxidant properties. Naturally present in fruits and vegetables, it is found quite frequently in anti-ageing and anti-dark skin tone products.

Indeed, it protects the cells from damages, caused by free radicals (UV, pollution, smoking) responsible for certain skin disorders, such as ageing and pigmentation spots. 

It acts both in prevention for the formation of brown spots and in treatment to remove them. The active ingredient promotes the healing of wounds both deep and superficial. It also has the ability to stimulate and boost the production of collagen and elastin in the dermis, which stimulates hydration and plumps up the skin.

In general, vitamin C helps to unify the skin tone, maintain and preserve a beautiful skin quality, a healthy epidermis.

Vitamin B3 – Niacinamide

The niacinamide is particularly multi-faceted!

This vitamin is very valued in cosmetology and dermatology to fight against various disorders and treat many skin problems such as aging, acne, rosacea, atopic dermatitis, dryness. It can also be used in the composition of radiance care, pore reduction and anti-pollution.

Reducing and regulating the production of melanin, this vitamin is reputed to reduce blemishes and pigmentation defects.

It is a real smoothing agent, which allows to reduce roughness or irregularities to obtain a uniform skin.

Vitamin B5 – Calcium Pantothenate

Vitamin B5 is anti-inflammatory, it is found everywhere in its natural state, in food for example, but also has multiple uses and significant benefits for the skin. 

This active ingredient promotes cell renewal and strengthens the skin’s healing process. It reinforces the hydrolipidic film which minimizes water loss, softens the skin and is therefore very involved in anti-aging and anti-wrinkle routines. 

It can be easily integrated into the routine of acne-prone skin, dried out by aggressive treatments. For this type of fragile skin, it is the ideal ingredient.

Vitamin E – Tocopherol

Tocopherol, present in large quantities in vegetable oils, acts as a natural stabilizator for the oily phases.

It is a very powerful natural antioxidant that protects oils and butter from oxidation and also presents very stable  properties during the entire period of use.

Tocopherol is an active ingredient that protects and renews skin cells and locks the moisture in the epidermis. It also reduces skin damage caused by free radicals.   

Tocopherol is suited to all skin types. Even in large quantities, it does not irritate the skin and it is very well tolerated.

Wheat Germ Oil – Triticum vulgare germ oil

This oil, extracted from the germ of the wheat grain is a powerful antioxidant as well as a great source of vitamins B6, folic acid and E.

The wheat germ oil prevents skin irritations from occurring, such as psoriasis, eczema, tightness… It helps nourish, regenerate, protect and repair the skin, restoring freshness and toning the epidermal layer..

Wheat germ oil encourages desquamation and consequently the cellular regeneration of the epidermis. Its action on the fibroblasts contained in the dermis acts on the reinforcement of the skin tissues.

Emollient, this oil is perfect to help dry and dehydrated skins. 

Anti-ageing, it nourishes mature skin by protecting it from the signs of skin ageing.

Zinc Oxide

Zinc oxide is one of the compounds generally referred to as zinc, and generally used in cosmetics as a white colorant or as a UV filter. However, it has many other benefits for the skin, as it has been found to have natural antiseptic and antibacterial properties. 

In addition to its protective action against sunburns and their damage to the skin, Zinc oxide heals wounds, burns, irritations, helps to treat acne and reduces rashes. When combined with other anti-aging active ingredients, zinc can also help improve the healing of tissue damage and therefore slow down the aging process.