Silk has historically been synonymous with luxury and beauty. The exquisite fabric, renowned for its sensual feel, has enrobed queens such as Cleopatra and Himiko of third century Japan. Silk trading along the Silk Route has helped bring world cultures together for thousands of years. Even today, natural silk remains the undisputed “queen of textiles.” While silk remains a treasured textile in clothing and beyond, new attention is being focused on the utility of silk extracts in skin care product formulation. Silk extracts in skin care are now linked to better skin esthetics and health.
Silk extract, prepared from the cocoon of the silk caterpillar (Bombyx mori), consists primarily of two proteins, fibroin and sericin. In textiles, fibroin is spun into silk thread and sericin is discarded. In skin care, both silk proteins provide benefits, and sericin is currently the most widely utilized. Silk extraction and preparation techniques are paramount in determining net benefits to the skin care consumer from silk proteins.
+ Gently remove dirt and dead cells, for smooth skin.
CELLULAR AND DERMAL MATRIX REGENERATION
MOISTURIZATION WITH COSMECEUTICAL DELIVERY
SKIN BRIGHTENING WITH UVB PROTECTION
+ Restores damaged skin structure, preventing aging and wrinkles.
+ Create screen protect the skin from harmful agents such as dust, ultraviolet rays, ...
+ Antioxidant, stimulates collagen production, acne and inflammation.
- Adding 2 drops of mineral water or toner into the cocoon silkworm, let it self-melted and then applied on the face
- Leave it overnight and see the result next morning
- Use 2 times a week or use it daily for a faster effective result.
Packing: 10 tablets