What makes Urea so beneficial for the skin?
The outer layer of your skin is called your epidermis, and it can be divided into five sublayers. The outermost sublayer, the Stratum Corneum, keeps unwanted molecules from entering your body and prevents water loss through your skin.
The water-retaining property of the Stratum Corneum largely comes from a group of substances known as natural moistening factors (NMFs). Among these NMFs are:
- various amino acids
- lactic acid
- pyrrolidone carboxylic acid
Urea is used in a variety of skin care products to target general skin dryness or medical conditions associated with dry or itchy skin. Urea can also help exfoliate dead skin buildup and may help target fungal infections.
- Vitamin B-3 for Body: These science-backed ingredients go beyond a lotion to help rebuild skin’s delicate moisture barrier for improved hydration over time.
- Improve uneven skin tone: This treatment’s made with Niacinamide, Urea, —bioavailable ingredients that quickly even out discoloration, redness or blotchy tone.
- Fights signs of aging: This medium wight cream goes to work to counteract fine lines, wrinkles & enlarged pores on the chest, décolleté, arms & legs with a smooth, weightless texture.
- Suitable for all skin types: Normal, oily, combo, dry & acne-prone skin types can benefit from this full-body treatment.