Skin nature and health
Being the largest organ of the human body, the skin is the first line of defence against the environment, various infections and injuries. The quality of the skin and its condition contributes greatly to the perception of one’s health, wellness and beauty.
The skin comprises three main layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis.
The outermost layer of skin - the epidermis - acts as a mechanical and antimicrobial barrier, and creates our skin tone. The epidermis itself consists of several layers and is essentially a “brick wall” of cells known as keratinocytes, which are able to divide and replenish and shield the body from viruses, bacteria, pathogens, solar radiation as well as heat and dehydration.
The dermis, beneath the epidermis, consists of cells called fibroblasts surrounded by extracellular products. The extracellular environment consists of collagen and elastin fibers floating in a glycoprotein gel. The dermis contains a big amount of water and hyaluronic acid - one of the constituents of the extracellular matrix that plays a crucial role in holding water in the dermis and stabilizing collagen and elastin fibers. The dermis acts like a cushion that protects the body against stress, gives it volume and plays an important role in the healing process.
Hypodermis is the innermost layer of the skin and consists of fibroblasts, adipose tissue and macrophages. It plays an important role as a thermoregulator and energy reservoir.
As we age our skin undergoes changes, particularly in its cellular activity and cellular environment. These changes result in the appearance of skin, its quality and condition. Taking care of the skin, reducing its ageing process and keeping it as healthy as possible as long as possible is very important since the skin’s health affects the overall quality of life.
To achieve the real effect it's extremely important to work on several levels simultaneously. It is important to cross the epidermis and deliver active ingredients to the lower layer of the skin, the dermis, as this is exactly where ageing processes take place. The main cell type of the dermis, fibroblasts produce the structural proteins collagen and elastin as well as hyaluronic acid, which are extremely important as they give the skin volume and make it look healthy and smooth. With time fibroblasts age, produce less structural proteins resulting in skin ageing and skin health deteriorating. So it’s no wonder that keeping and replacing them is the main concern of many skincare product lines or treatments.
One of the most promising directions in modern aesthetic medicine is creating non-invasive products that will improve the properties of the skin. Developing such products is a complicated process that involves a great amount of research, a range of qualified experts as well as using the most innovative technology and carefully selected ingredients. An example of such a physiological, effective and safe approach to skin treating therapies are Forlle'd products.
The Forlle'd Method
The Forlle’d method is based on combining patented ultra low molecular ingredients with the unique delivery system, which enables Forlle’d laboratory to produce highly effective formulas that regenerate, rejuvenate and restore the skin without the need of injections.
The Forlle’d Innovative Delivery System (FINDS) consisting of a complex of low molecular weight hyaluronic acid with ionized minerals, helps transport active ingredients noninvasively to all layers of the skin without disturbing its integrity, to deeply moisturize and enhance the skin’s natural regeneration and immunity.
Thanks to FINDS, a 70% penetration rate of active ingredients can be observed in all layers of the skin within 8 hours of application. This has been proven by an independent source study, leading to observable and long-lasting results for the skin.
The combination of the Forlle’d Innovative Delivery System with the unique low molecular weight active ingredients in Forlle’d products work synergistically at skin epidermis and dermis to fight skin aging in major directions:
- Dermis Regeneration and Cell Renewal
- Skin Protection and Lipid Barrier Repair
- Sustaining Mineral Balance
- Face microbiome protection
- Inner Hydration and Physiological Biostimulation
- Detoxication and Protection From Free Radicals