A complete range of body lines designed to be truly effective against cellulite, fluid retention, loss of tone and localized fat
A complete range specially developed for body massage disciplines, rich in functional fabrics chosen to meet the needs of different skin types and imperfections. An adequate supply of Oligo elements and Vitamin E appears to be functional for skin health, whether through diet or through proper skin care. Rich in minerals, trace elements fill all skin types with energy, counteract oxidative stress and revitalize cells. Beautech research has developed 3 specific actives, each of which works in a different way to treat the imperfections of the skin of the body in its different forms and manifestations.
• Sandalwood complex: remodeling action to counteract the imperfections of cellulite.
• Turmeric complex: emollient to counteract the imperfections of dry and mature skin.
• Enzymatic Oil Complex: Elastic action to counteract the imperfections of atony and stretch marks.
Oligo Complex is a true starter that not only boosts cellular energy, but also skin proliferation and metabolism, mimicking the effects of Cytochrome C (the cellular energy factor) and EGF (the growth factor), respectively. mobile phone). It is an optimized oligomineral complex obtained by the combination of sodium, magnesium, zinc and manganese salts of the pyrrolidone carboxylic acid, PCA.
Magnesium is the undisputed star of the macro-elements that fight fatigue and stress. Its role is essential for skin cells. It is a powerful enzyme activator. The production of ATP is also determined by the presence of Magnesium.
Zinc is the trace element necessary for the synthesis of amino acids. It intervenes in the synthesis of proteins, in cell division and in the structure and coenzyme activation of numerous key molecules. It is also active in countering the development of microbial infections.
Manganese is one of the trace elements present in the skin in very small amounts. It is known to play an important role in the formation of urea (7% NMF). Manganese is also involved in the activity of some phosphate transferring enzymes.
As a product of the cyclization of glutamic acid of plant origin, L-PCA occupies a central place in the biochemistry of the body and skin. It is the link between energy metabolism, the protein pool and skin hydration. It is simultaneously the best physiological skin moisturizer (sodium PCA), precursor of amino acids, in particular proline and hydroxy-proline (structure of collagen), and precursor of α-ketog lutarate, an intermediate molecule that intervenes in the cycle by Kreb