Osaine Lamicontrol Night Cream 50ml
Osaine Lamicontrol Night Cream A nourishing, re-balancing treatment that leaves a cooling effect on the skin. The moisturising substances are absorbed in the first 5 minutes after application, leaving the skin dry and matt.
Various factors affect the sebaceous glands’ physiology. These factors can increase or decrease sebum production. High hormone levels in the blood (often during adolescence), high environmental temperatures, and the presence of a product degrading testosterone can cause these glands’ hyperactivity.
The excess sebum remains on the skin’s surface, preventing normal desquamation and favouring an accumulation of dead cells. Consequently, the outer skin becomes. The effects are, unfortunately, evident: an overall shiny appearance, dilated pores, blackheads, imperfections, thick skin, and inadequate makeup longevity.
The seaweed extracts’ active ingredients penetrate the epidermis and are released where the skin needs it most, gradually delivering their invaluable Nutrient and Therapeutic elements.
The sebaceous gland secretes a mixture of fats (triglycerides, wax esters, squalene, and cholesterol). Furthermore, cellular debris discharges sebum through the sebaceous duct connecting the gland to the hair follicle.
Sebum helps to form the slightly greasy surface film of the skin; it thus helps keep the skin flexible and prevents the skin’s loss of absorption of excessive amounts of water.
Sebaceous glands begin to form from embryonic hair follicles during the fourth month of gestation and are large and well-developed at birth. They shrink during childhood but enlarge again with the onset of puberty; the maturation of the glands is dependent on circulating levels of male hormones, particularly testosterone.
The sebaceous glands are involved in developing the common adolescent skin disorder known as acne vulgaris. Furthermore, they allow sebum to accumulate in the follicle and sebaceous duct.
The chemical breakdown of triglycerides in the sebum, possibly by bacterial action, releases free fatty acids, triggering an inflammatory reaction and producing acne’s typical lesions (pimples).
- Sea water.
- A high percentage of Titrated laminaria seaweed
- (Laminargane® regulates sebum secretion and prevents follicle irritation.
- Aloe Vera Gel provides balanced nourishment while also purifying the skin.
- Vitamins A and E fight free radicals.
Cleanse the face thoroughly. Apply Lamicontrol to dry skin. Best applied before bedtime would be best used.
Oily Skin Range
Various factors affect the sebaceous glands’ physiology. These factors can increase or decrease sebum production: high hormone
levels in the blood (often during adolescence), high environmental temperatures, and the presence of a product that degrades testosterone
can cause hyper-activity of these glands. Furthermore,
The excess sebum remains on the skin’s surface, preventing normal desquamation and favouring an accumulation of dead cells. Consequently, the outer skin becomes thicker, thus generating blackheads and spots inflamed due to bacteria and fatty acids.
Acne occurs when the outlet from the gland surface plugs up, which clogs the skin follicle. The effects are, unfortunately, evident: an overall shiny appearance, dilated pores, blackheads, imperfections, thick skin, and inadequate makeup longevity.
The Osaìne Green Line gives immediate solutions to regulating sebaceous secretion.
Lami Serum works well on unplugging glands on the surface of the skin. Furthermore, absorbing excess sebum and allowing for better makeup application, avoiding bacterial proliferation and the formation of fatty acids.
When infection occurs, micro-organisms such as Staphylococcus and Pityrosporum Ovale release enzymes, such as lipase and protease that
destroy triglycerides of the sebum, and transform them into free fatty acids.
Hence, These acids set off a process of inflammation and hyper-cornification of the follicle, with the resulting formation of cysts, pimples and blackheads.
Therefore, Laminargane reduces the growth and proliferation of bacteria. Hence, it inhibits the breakdown of the testosterone found in the sebum, dihydroxy testosterone.