Glycerin is a natural endogenous humectant in the stratum corneum.
Glycerin plays an active role in skin hydration, skin cell turnover and lipid balance.
The effects of poorly functioning or low numbers of AQP3, such as impaired skin elasticity and poor skin barrier recovery, can be mitigated by the topical application of Glycerin.
A superior skin-conditioning agent to other commonly used huectants and water.
Gycerin transportation, both topically and systemically through stimulated AQP3 channels, has a direct impact on improved skin hydration, elasticity, barrier function revovery and wound healing producing long lasting moisturisation.