B-Calm Fundamental Moisturising Cream - Rich
B-Calm Fundamental Moisturising Cream (Rich)
For dry skin types with sensitivity
The Fundamental Moisturising Cream stimulates the natural defence systems and reduces the susceptibility to irritation, visibly improving the signs of sensitivity. Hydrates, soothes and comforts the most sensitive of skin. The skin's texture improves considerably and the sensations of discomfort disappear.
RICH is especially for skin which is Dry.
What are Dermocosmetics
B-Calm is the expert dermocosmetic treatment for sensitive skin, skin with a tendency to reddening which easily reacts. To be classified as a dermocosmetic treatment, the products have to be independently rigorously tested to ensure their effectiveness, and product ingredients must have a molecular structure that penetrates to all levels of the skin where they are tested to prove their efficacy.
The B-Calm range contains an exclusive main ingredient 'Skinbiome Repair' which is based on prebiotic+probiotic technology. This works to strengthen the skin's defence mechanisms following the latest advances in the knowledge of the microbiota and its importance in the protection of the skin and it's wellbeing. Maintaining and balancing the skin microbiota is key for improving the skin health and resistance.
Skinbiome Repair is a symbiotic compound designed to re-balance the skin's bacterial flora and thus activate the natural defences. Because the protective barrier of the most vulnerable skin is fragile and is altered, ensuring its biological balance becomes the keystone of B-Calm.
What is Skin Microbiota?
We are covered in germs, both externally and internally. In our body, there are more germs than cells.
More than a million microorganisms of at least 100 different species colonise every square centimetre of skin. They live in perfect symbiosis, they communicate with us using our own immune system, and they help develop it. This group of microorganisms is known by the name skin microbiota.
These micro-organisms can be classified into two groups:
- Resident - they have the capacity to multiply, they are not harmful, indeed they can be beneficial.
- Undesirable, - these adhere to the skin from the environment, they can generate disorders and are not healthy at all.
Having the right balance of microbiota is important, it works to protect the skin acting as a physical and chemical barrier that whilst also protecting our immune system.