Delightfully refreshing rose and glycoprotein’s from the deep Antarctic waters provides a botanical burst of hydration for your face and body.
This thirst quenching divine spray mist was created for Aussies in Morocco Tours™ (www.aussiesinmoroccotours.com.au) founder and principal, Cara Ghassemian. An Australian lawyer with her own legal practice since 2006, Cara is a French enthusiast with a passion for travel.
Journeying through the harsh climate of the Moroccan desert, as she has many times, she needed something more than just her rose water to keep her skin quenched, so I created this product to protect her skin and withstand the harsh climate while keep her skin hydrated and feeling comfortable the whole journey. Cara told me:- “In the desert in particular when I visit the desert nomads, I use it many times on my face and wrists to feel more comfortable. I love its soothing effect on me & am keen to encourage my clients to take it with them on their adventures with us”.
Journey from the deep Antarctic
From the ice-cold waters of the Antarctica, due to its extreme conditions of life, it produces a glycoprotein believed to help it to retain water, adhere to surfaces and withstand cold temperatures. This bacterial strain assists not only in reducing cutaneous dryness, roughness and the depth of wrinkles developed under extreme cold and heat but also in decreasing chronological wrinkles.
As a result, research found that, surprisingly, the soluble glycoprotein from Pseudoalteromonas antartica which consists of 14% carbohydrates and 86% protein. This glycoprotein improves the adhesion of human dermal fibroblasts and promotes the cellular growth of human epidermal keratinocytes. This has surprisingly revealed itself as a good agent for improving scar formation in wounds.
What are Keratinocytes?
Keratinocytes make up 90% of the cells in our epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin.
Their main function is to form a barrier against environmental damage by UV radiation, heat, water loss, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses.
Proteins (filaggrin, keratin), enzymes, lipids and antimicrobial peptides contribute to maintain the important barrier function of the skin.
What does this mean for you?
• Protection for the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis)
• Promotes the cellular growth of human epidermal keratinocytes to form a barrier to protecting against environmental damage by UV radiation, heat, water loss, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses.
• Helps the skin retain water to increase hydration and prevent dryness
• Regenerates tissues, enabling a faster healing of wounds
• Increased collagen production and elastin, resulting in a restructured skin and a reduction in wrinkles
• Reduces the depth of wrinkles, especially on the forehead and around the eyes
Contains Antarcticine marine glycoproteins that help to withstand and protect your skin in extreme hot and cold temperatures.
Hyaluronic Acid and Aloe vera to deeply hydrate and prevent skin from drying, even in the harshest of climates.
Distilled Rose water and rose extract help in maintaining the skin’s pH balance. It has anti-inflammatory properties and help reduce redness.