Why do we need a day cream?

La-Biosthetique-Hydro-Actif-Traitement-Teint-Clair-abloomnova.net_ Why do we need a day cream?

Wondering why you need day cream? This particular cream acts differently to something like night cream, in that it preps the skin for the onslaught of an average day. The conditions your skin faces during the day are pretty different to when you are sleeping. According to Live More, in the daylight we need to deal with damaging UV rays and environmental pollution from things like dust in the air and car fumes. All of which cause free radicals to attack healthy skin cells. It’s at nighttime that our body does the bulk of its regeneration work, and the skin is no different. Put simply, our skin changes its focus from defence during the day, to repair during the night.

Day creams in general tend to be lighter, with non greasy formulas specifically designed to absorb quickly into the skin, allow the pores to breath and provide a non heavy base for makeup to be layered on top. We recommend a hydrating yet ultra lightweight formula with built in UV protection. It gives skin a fresh feeling whilst its anti-pollution shea extract and antioxidant Vitamin E combat the stresses city life throws at you.

Matis Reponse Delicate – Delicate Moisturising Cream contains carefully selected active ingredients for delicate and dehydrated skin. With its creamy texture, this day cream preserves your beauty capital, moisturises the skin and increases its protection barrier.

Main active ingredients:

  • Illipe Butter: from the fruit of Shorea stenoptera, this butter is an emollient known for its moisturizing and nourishing properties.
  • Shea Butter: rich in triglycerides, vitamins and unsaponifiables, it has regenerating and softening properties.
  • Kudzu Vine Extract: rich in flavonoids, this plant from the Far East has soothing properties. It acts on the mechanisms involved in the external manifestations of skin irritation (discomfort, redness).
  • Aquaregul: association of glucose (corn) and xylitol (wood) – to optimize the water reserves and enhance skin barrier to limit dehydration. The superficial layers of the epidermis are rehydrated.

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