Stavropol scientists have developed skin treatment cosmetics based on cell and nano technologies, called transdermal, TV and radio company GTRK Stavropolye reports.
The research was reportedly carried out with participation of Czech specialists from the Karlov University and the Institute of Experimental and Clinical Medicine of the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic.
Specifically, the scientists created skin treatment cosmetics with the placenta extract facilitating fast cell regeneration. Because of that, crèmes and gels have a lifting effect, heal cracks, wounds, burns and sores. Cosmetologists used nanovesicle-niosomes, less than 100 nanometers in size, in production of transdermal cosmetics. These niosomes penetrate deep layers of skin ensuring maximum cosmetic effect.
Niosomes are able to in-built themselves into cells, adapt and deliver a wide spectrum of useful biologically active substances into epidermis, thus launching skin self-regulation and regeneration processes and speeding them through division of collagen, elastin and keratinocyte cells.
Unique regenerating features of nanocosmetics have been proven in clinical testing in Europe and Russia. The cosmetics is hypoallergic and non-addictive.
According to developers, transdermal cosmetics fall into category of professional cosmetics. They are used in apparatus cosmetology and in spa salons, as well as at home.
Stavropol scientists got a patent on their technologies.