Aliant Oil is an “Affinity Detergent” with Pure Vitamin E and Helianthus Annuus seed oil. It is a moisturizing and nourishing extremely delicate cleanser, with weak foaming effect, suitable for the daily care of sensitive skin with delicate or compromised hydro-lipidic film.
Aliant Oil Shower Shampoo contains Pure Vitamin E, Glycerin, Aloe Vera, Helianthus Annuus seed oil and Vitamin B5. Does not contain SLES.
Vitamin E contributes to skin healing process and modulates inflammatory mediators. Thanks to its antioxidant action it can counteract the free radical-induced skin damage, slowing down cell ageing and the emergence of wrinkles and dry skin. Glycerin has humectant action, restores and preserves natural skin moisture. Aloe Vera is well known for its hydrating, antinflammatory and healing properties. It can indeed stimulate growth and activity of macrophages and fibroblasts and dampen the synthesis of proinflammatory molecules. Helianthus Annuus seed oil contains oleic acid and linoleic acid, improves skin moisture and by stimulating keratinocytes proliferation and cutaneous lipid synthesis it favours maintenance and healing of skin barrier. Vitamin B5 has moisturizing and eudermic properties and can favour skin healing and regeneration processes.
Apply a small amount of detergent on wet skin and gently massage. Rinse thoroughly. Aliant Oil is also suitable for infants and for sensitive areas like scalp and genitals.
Cosmetic for external use.
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