Caviar: The luxurious food for the skin
Oil extraction from one of the most expensive products in the world and incorporating them into a cream that gives life to the skin cells due to cellular cohesion between the skin and caviar. The cell structure of caviar is strikingly similar to that of the skin: 50 to 70 percent water and a similar percentage in the distribution of lipids, proteins and trace elements.
It is very rich in vitamins A, D, B1, B2, B6 and micro-elements Co, Cu, P, Si, Zn, as well as amino acids such as glycine, lysine, histidine, arginine, asparagine. These ingredients intensify the processes inside the skin cells, while at the same time slowing down the aging process while moisturizing.
Caviar extract is a valuable ingredient, coming out of the eggs of fish. They have amino acid structures that science can not copy. Caviar contains omega cell membrane nutrients, phospholipids and anti-oxidants (oleic & palmitic fatty acid). Lecithin and phosphatidyl found in caviar help repair tissue and cellular reconstruction. Caviar also has phosphoproteins and amino acids that regenerate elastin and collagen into the skin. Vitamins A, D and B and other trace elements such as phosphorus, calcium, copper, manganese, iron and magnesium are also found in caviar extract. These vitamins and trace elements help in the enzymatic and metabolic processes in the skin.