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Encapsulation is the key to unlocking the full potential of your active ingredients! By trapping the active ingredients in micro-spheres, encapsulation allows them to diffuse throughout the epidermis to reach living cells and thus change their behavior. The pH, the temperature, or even the fiction make it possible to release the active ingredients they contain. [1]

The encapsulation also protects the active substances from degradation, for optimal effectiveness on the skin. This innovative technology makes it possible to separate retinol, for example, from the external environment to protect it from light and oxygen and release it in a targeted manner in the deep layers of the epidermis. Do you want to benefit from prolonged hydration or avoid the side effects of irritating active ingredients? Encapsulation controls the speed at which ingredients are delivered to the skin for a smooth application. [2]

Finally, encapsulation opens up new formulation perspectives, with molecules that, in the past, would never mix in the same product [3]. Hyaluronic acid and oil can now coexist in one and the same product, offering a delicate texture but highly concentrated in active ingredients. Don't miss out on skincare innovation - try encapsulation now!

[1] Shetta, A., Kegere, J., & Mamdouh, W. (2018). Comparative study of encapsulated peppermint and green tea essential oils in chitosan nanoparticles: Encapsulation, thermal stability, in-vitro release, antioxidant and antibacterial activities. Department of Chemistry, School of Sciences and Engineering, The American University in Cairo (AUC), AUC Avenue, P.O. Box 74, New Cairo 11835, Egypt.

[2] Patzelt, A., Richter, H., Knorr, F., Schäfer, U., Lehr, C. M., & Dähne, L. (2014). Selective follicular targeting by modification of the particle sizes. Journal of Controlled Release, 196, 297-305.

[3] Singh, M., & Khanna, D. (2019). Encapsulation of cosmetic actives for enhanced efficacy. Cosmetics, 6(1), 6.

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