Silver & Pantenol, ideal support for dry, red, and inflamed skin.

Dry, inflamed, and dehydrated skin are issues many people face. These three skin conditions can be caused by various factors, including external influences, genetics, inadequate hydration, the use of harsh skincare products, and excessive sun exposure. In the following text, we provide several tips on how to manage dry and dehydrated skin, as well as help it when it’s inflamed, flaky, and irritated.

Dry skin is most commonly characterized by lack of radiance, tightness, and tendency to flake. Lack of moisture can result in reduced elasticity and skin damage, while the cause of dry skin can be its inability to produce natural oils or inadequate hydration. To nurture dry skin, it’s crucial to maintain hydration.

Dehydrated skin, on the other hand, can result from a lack of water in the skin. This can occur due to insufficient fluid intake, harsh skincare products, or exposure to dry air. Dehydrated skin can appear dull and be prone to irritation or itching.

Inflamed and red skin can be caused by various factors such as allergic reactions, irritations, sunburns, infections, or other conditions. When dealing with dry and/or inflamed skin, proper care is crucial to soothe, hydrate, and restore it quickly.

Modern times bring revolutionary solutions for skin renewal and its radiant glow and softness. The renowned PANTHENOL is now available combined with unparalleled SILVER IONS, both in cream and emulsion form!

Pantenol is a B-group vitamin and a natural component of skin and hair. Besides stimulating tissue epithelialization, it nourishes, enhances metabolic exchange, binds and retains water, providing the skin with moisture, softness, and restoring its elasticity. With its antimicrobial action, colloidal silver reduces inflammatory processes on the skin and eliminates accumulated impurities and microbes.

Cream vs. emulsion: what’s the difference and when to choose each?

Although they serve similar functions, there are significant differences between cream and emulsion in terms of texture, composition, and application. The main differences are:

  • Texture: Cream is thicker, richer, and heavier in texture. It’s used for intensive hydration of dry or damaged skin, leaving a protective layer and often applied at night. Emulsion has a lighter, more liquid texture compared to cream, making it easier for the skin to absorb. It’s an excellent choice for sensitive skin as its lightweight texture reduces the risk of clogged pores and skin oiliness.
  • Composition: Cream contains more fatty ingredients, providing long-lasting and layered protection to the skin. Emulsion contains fewer fatty ingredients and more water, making it lighter, less oily, and faster absorbing.
  • Purpose: Cream is designed for very dry or mature skin that requires deep hydration and additional care. Emulsion is more suitable for normal, combination, or oily skin types, offering hydration without heaviness or greasiness.

Essentially, the choice between cream and emulsion depends on your skin type, the season, and personal preferences. It’s important to properly care for your skin and choose a product that meets its specific needs.

The Silver Panthenol product collection – Cream & Emulsion – has a milky white texture and contains a combination of 3-7 active components. The cream features a triple formula for skin renewal, while the emulsion is rich in nourishing ingredients like panthenol, urea, silver ions, and aloe vera. Both products are rich in antioxidants.

Cream: 450 RSD Emulsion: 910 RSD

  • For all skin types
  • For daily care of face, hands, and body
  • After sun exposure
  • For dry skin
  • To alleviate itching and redness
  • For intensive care of dry and rough skin
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