There: a cocktail of ingredients straight from nature
There is a revolutionary system, a single-dose vulvar mask, for the female intimate area in which a cocktail of soothing functional ingredients are contained that are found directly in nature, in plants.
First and foremost is Aloe Vera, also known as the plant of immortality, which through its unique properties offers excellent benefits for the beauty and health of the skin. Aloe has the power to significantly stimulate the formation of fibroblasts, collagen and hyaluronic acid.
These plant hormones have healing properties and reduce the inflammatory state of the skin. Aloe gel contains a carboxypeptidase that gives it a calming effect.
The Calendula Officinalis, a well-known plant used since ancient times, whose flowers are used and made into extracts, tinctures, balms, and ointments to be applied directly to the skin to help heal wounds and soothe local inflammation.
The Camomile, used in cosmetics for its astringent, balancing, anti-inflammatory and soothing properties due to which it can be used to treat sensitive skin and for its anti-inflammatory and calming activities, characteristics that make it useful on skin that has redness. Chamazulene is one of the most important constituents and shows analgesic anti-inflammatory properties and together with alpha-bisabolol is responsible for the antimicrobial action particularly against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus mutans, Bacillus subtilis and Candida albicans.
Various studies have reported the usefulness of topical treatment with Chamomile in cases of mucositis, dermatitis and actinic mucositis.
The Centella Asiatica, a perennial herbaceous medicinal plant usually used in preparations for internal use particularly dedicated to problems of fragile capillary veins, hemorrhoids, and cellulite, and for external use to soothe skin lesions such as burns and wounds.
The Melaleuca Alternifolia, commonly known as tea tree, whose essential oil is composed mainly of a riot of monoterpenes, triterpenes, and sesquiterpenes that give it marked antimicrobial activity. In fact, several major studies report antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activities.
The Malva Sylvestris was chosen and introduced within the blend of extracts because of its pronounced and proven anti-inflammatory, skin tissue-preserving activity.