Medý Mediterranean Oils

One of the objectives of Medý COSMESI EMDITERRANEA« is to restore the "physiological" sources that generate water in the skin with Hyaluronic Acid and to balance the natural lipids with precious vegetal oils extracted from Mediterranean plants is one of the objectives of Medý COSMESI MEDITERRANEA« in order to maintain for a long time a young-looking skin.

The loss of Hyaluronic Acid in the skin causes the loss of tone and firmness already by 25 years of age. The loss of natural softness and brightness depends also on natural lipid-lowering, stressed by environmental damages (smog, air conditioning, sun, wind, aggressive detergents, etc) which deplete the natural shield of skin against environmental damages.

Day after day, dried and dehydrated skin appears always more unprotected and accentuates the appearance of first expression wrinkles.

Vegetable oils extracted from plants of the Mediterranean are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids which are responsible both of the composition of the hydro-lipid film, than of the intercellular cement, that is the glue of the corneal cells, together with ceramides. Medý COSMESI MEDITERRANEA« is geared more to the use of vegetable oils rather than hydrocarbons, or mineral oils, because they are more similar to the structure of the skin and well tolerated.

Medý COSMESI MEDITERRANEA« effectively reinforces the skin barrier with precious oils and extracts from selected Mediterranean plants to strengthen the barrier function of the skin and increase its defenses.

Vegetable oils are the oldest cosmetic formulas of Mediterranean population.

Although each oil has its own characteristics that are used depending on the cosmetic function that is intended to carry, at the chemical level have smaller molecules than the long chains of hydrocarbons. This increases the penetration and the ability to deeply nourish the skin, leaving the skin neither greasy or slippery. The oils extracted from plants of the Mediterranean are rich in unsaponifiable fractions, photoprotective, soothing, emollient, vitaminic, and capable of stimulating fibroblasts, ie the cells that produce collagen and elastin fibers in the dermis.

Olive oil is the richest and this makes it more valuable and expensive. Also the omega 3 and 6 are important because they fall in the synthesis of ceramides by strengthening the natural skin barrier, such as sunflower oil and sweet almond oil, which contain a significant proportion of omega 3.