The outer layer of human skin is called stratum corneum. Every 2 weeks the epidermal cells keratinize and move up to the surface. A moist feel of the skin depends largely on the water content in this stratum corneum.
Amino acids are important natural moisturizing factors in the stratum corneum. They are also responsible for collagen production and have a repairing action on the tissues. Adding amino acids to your skincare routine is an effective way to provide moisture and strength to your skin, making it supple and youthful.
- Amino acids are important natural moisturizing factors
- Responsible for collagen production
- Repairing action on the tissues
- Gives strength to the skin, making it supple and youthful