Beauty Glossar

... what you always wanted to know about the skin.
Look up here what our key ingredients can do,
what care needs your skin has and discover many more details.


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Collagen

As a structural protein, collagen ensures the tensile strength of our connective tissue and can be found wherever elasticity and firmness are important: in the skin, in ligaments and tendons, in cartilage, in bones, in skeletal muscles, in blood vessels and even in teeth.

Cellulite

Cellulite (Synonyms: Dermopanniculosis deformans, orange peel skin or mistakenly cellulite) is a constitutionally caused, non-inflammatory change in the subcutaneous fatty tissue in the thigh and buttock area.

Couperose

Couperose (Syn. Erythrosis facialis, "copper fins", en: telangiectatic rosacea) is a congenital vascular dilatation (telangiectasia) in the area of the facial skin.

Copper tripeptide-1

Copper tripeptide-1 occurs naturally in human tissue and is therefore bioidentical. It has a surprisingly diverse spectrum of repair functions.