Premium Anti-Ageing with Argireline and pure Hyaluronic Acid
- Synergistic mixture of relaxing Acetyl Hexapeptide-Neuropeptides.
- Soft gel-liquid based on pure Hyaluronic Acid.
Skin type: Mature skin.
Package: 8 Ampoules “Spécialité d’Argireline” à 5 ml
Directions for use
– Remove the ampoule’s cap.
– Cut off the tip of the nozzle.
– Apply a few drops on the face.
– Apply Premium Crème de la Mer (or another Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique cream).
– Store the closed ampoule in a cool place; do not place in the sun!
For even better effect of “Spécialité d’Argireline” cleanse your skin daily with “Lait de la Mer Emollient” and “Lotion de la Mer Equilibrante” from Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique. As an alternative pre-treatment, you cleanse your skin using the “Méthode de Nettoyage Sophie”. In all cases, use one of the Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique creams at the end.
With this luxury product, you receive the most powerful anti-ageing oligopeptides Argireline and Inyline in ampoule form under the name “Spécialité d’Argireline”. These ampoules contain pure hyaluronic acid in the right concentration. There’s nothing better for your skin than hyaluronic acid. This acid is a natural component of your skin, but after the age of thirty it decreases, leaving the skin’s surface dry and consequently cracked.
With the “Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique” creams you treat your skin the best, most powerful and responsible manner possible. However, your skin would still age, and that is why it is necessary to give your skin an extra “boost of energy” once or twice a year. The active ingredients in the ampoule liquid are above the best. Ingredients in a cream provide a gradual release, ampoules, in contrast, have a powerful “boost effect “. In combination with a suitable cream it results in a synergistic effect, which means that the action of the active ingredients is intensified with each other. That’s why you’ll always receive two ampoules along with your “Charlotte Sophie Cosmétique” creams, in order to treat your skin extra intensively for the first few days. An extra powerful 18-day treatment with “Spécialité d’Argireline” once or twice a year is most optimal.
Argireline (10%) (only 10% is really active). The action of Argireline takes place in the synapses of the nerves, steering the small muscles in your skin (just like the action of Botox). When receptors in the synapse are blocked by Argireline, no neurotransmitters are released in the synapse. Therefore, the muscles in the skin do not contract, which inhibits the formation and worsening of wrinkles. Research has shown that Argireline (10%), compared to placebo, causes a wrinkle reduction of 30% after 30 days of use. This research was published in J. Cosmet. Sci. 2002, Oct; 24 (5): 303-10.
“10.5 Arnyligine” is a combination of 2 powerful active ingredients for your skin: Argireline (10%) (only 10% is really active) and Inyline (5%). The action of Argireline takes place in the synapses of the nerves, steering the small muscles in your skin (just like the action of Botox). When receptors in the synapse are blocked by Argireline, no neurotransmitters are released in the synapse. Therefore, the muscles in the skin do not contract, which inhibits the formation and worsening of wrinkles. Research has shown that Argireline (10%), compared to placebo, causes a wrinkle reduction of 30% after 30 days of use. This research was published in J. Cosmet. Sci. 2002, Oct; 24 (5): 303-10.
With “Serum 10.5 Arnyligine”, the Medex-laboratories have expanded the action of Argireline (10%) by using “Inyline” as an extra active ingredient. For small muscles in the skin, Inyline blocks the receptors on the other side of the synapse (post-synaptically). Therefore, “Serum 10.5 Arnyligine” works pre-synaptically as well as post-synaptically. This “double approach” raises effectiveness, with an optimal result for expression lines, such as crow’s-feet and brow and forehead wrinkles.
Hyaluronic Acid itself is a substance that is widely found in human connective tissue in the skin. This complex molecule takes care of the moisture balance because of its strong hydrating properties.
Hyaluronic acid is a body’s own polymer, frequently occurring in the skin as one of the so called “glycosaminoglycans”, also called “mucopolysaccharides”, the ground substance of connective tissue. The water binding capacity of hyaluronic acid plays a key role in connective tissue, since it determines its viscosity to a high extend. The carbohydrates from which hyaluronic acid is build are alternating N-Acetylglucosamine and D-Glucuronic acid, building a non-branched polymer together. Hyaluronic acid is a polyanion because of the carboxylate functional group of D-Glucuronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is also an important part of cartilage and estimates highly its elastic properties. Furthermore, hyaluronic acid partly determines the viscosity of synovial fluid in the joints, where it has a lubricating function, enabling the joints to move smoothly.
– Molecular Weight: because hyaluronic acid is a polymer, it has a wide range of different molecular weights from 5000 to 20 Million Dalton, which results in a range of mutually varying properties. Low molecular weight is called for example 1 Million Dalton, since the molecular weight of hyaluronic acid in the human body is 4 to 5 Million Dalton on average, while the molecular weight of hyaluronic acid in synovial fluid is 3 to 4 Million Dalton.
– Signal molecules: in the human body hyaluronic acid is broke down on purpose by enzymes, called Hyaluronidases. These breakdown products are usually oligosaccharides and sometimes function as a signal molecule for fibroblasts, that produce new collagen and elastin. When hyaluronic acid is broke down even more, e.g. in the liver, the final decomposition products are a.o. water and carbon dioxide.
– Application: in cosmetics / skin care as a powerful moisturizer upon/in the skin (the horny layer) and also in cosmetic medicine as a (sub)dermal “filler”, in which case usually a cross-linked version is used. A third application in favour of the skin is cosmetic mesotherapy, where the hyaluronic acid is transferred into the skin, 1 mm down at the dermal-epidermal junction, where it stimulates the fibroblasts’ synthesis, resulting in extra collagen and elastin for the skin.