Molliderm May 15 2015

Molliderm

Made in Sweden, this superb cream has been carefully formulated with very few ingredients to minimize the stress to dry skin. No ‘regular’ cosmetic preservatives are used in its formulation, instead a mild organic compound is used to preserve the formulation. It contains only what is essential for your skin. This is to make sure that your skin is not exposed unnecessarily to potentially harmful ingredients.

It is also free from perfume, parabens and colorants and it has not been tested on animals.  

With high dose of a specific patented extract from Sunflower oil and high quality of beeswax, Molliderm is very suitable for people with dry and sensitive skin.

Why Sunflower Oil?

The wild sunflower is native to North America according to archaeological findings and traditional tales (finds dating to 3000 BC). In ancient times the oil extracted from sunflower seeds was used as body and hair ointment.

Sunflower oil is recommended for cosmetic care products dedicated to the reinforcement of thin epidermis and the improvement of dry skin dysfunction.

Sunflower oil is recommended for: 
– Dry and atopic skins
– Strengthening mature skins
– Long lasting moisturizing and restructuring body lotion
– Hand, lip and foot balm
– Soothing skincare for sensitive skin

And Beeswax?

Acting as a surfactant – a compound that lowers the surfave tension between two surfaces - beeswax, when blended into cold creams and other skin lotions, forms a protective barrier on the surface of the skin. This barrier can provide a film of protection against irritants while still allowing the skin to breathe.

Clinical Trials

Clinical tests show that a single application of sunflower oil 2% emulsion provides an immediate and long-lasting moisturisation (24h). A study made under dermatological or pediatrical control on 227 children during 4 weeks with a 2 % Sunflower oil showed improvement on skin dryness +88, Desquamation +84, Erythema +81, Pruritus +80.

References

Cosmetic Active Ingredients Ppt Soline®Bio ENG September 2010, Expanscience Laboratoires 
Sunflower OilMaria A. Grompone