Anti-Pollution Extreme Ampoules
Anti-pollution and anti-blue light protection ampoules
For skin exposed to environmental pollution and radiation from electronic devices.
MARNYS® Beauty In & Out ANTI-POLLUTION EXTREME are cosmetic ampoules with proven efficacy to protect the skin from oxidative damage and photo-ageing caused by environmental pollution, blue light or radiation emitted by electronic devices.
For daily use, their innovative formula provides antioxidant and anti-photoageing protection, hydration and even skin tone.
The ANTI-POLLUTION EXTREME formula combines the synergistic action of White Horehound, Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) and Glycogen to fight oxidative free radicals and protect the skin from environmental, digital pollution and accelerated ageing.
- White horehound contains a wide range of phytochemical compounds such as flavonoids and terpenoids with anti-pollution, antioxidant, soothing and skin-protecting properties.
- Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) is an excellent anti-pollution agent due to its ability to protect cells from common air contaminants. It also has anti-ageing properties and acts as a modulator of hyperpigmentation.
- Glycogen facilitates the repair and protection of cells when exposed to stress factors such as ultraviolet (UV) and blue light (HEV).
ANTI-POLLUTION EXTREME ampoules are especially indicated for skin exposed to environmental pollution and digital pollution (blue light, screens, electronic devices, radiation emitted by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth devices, etc.) that cause oxidative damage and premature ageing.
✓ CLINICALLY PROVEN
✓ DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED
✓ Non-greasy, fast-absorbing texture
✓ Anti-Blue Light
✓ Formula packaged in inert atmosphere and topaz glass to ensure the antioxidant properties of the ingredients.
* In vitro test.
- HOW TO USE
- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HOW TO USE
½ ampoule (1 ml), once a day, preferably in the morning, on clean, dry skin, before your usual cosmetic care. Avoid the eye area.
Instructions for use of the ampoules:
- Shake before use.
- Place the protector into the ampoule and break off the top.
- Put dispenser and uncap.
- Pour 1⁄2 ampoule into palm of hand.
- Apply to face and neck.
Aqua, Propanediol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Biosaccharide gum-1, Marrubium vulgare extract, Polyglyceryl-10 laurate, Ethylhexylglycerin, Glycogen, Sodium hydroxide, Phenoxiethanol, Saccharide isomerate, Benzyl alcohol, Citric acid, Sodium citrate, Parfum.
- Topical use.
- Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
- Once opened, use within 24 hours of opening is recommended.
TO KNOW MORE
What is digital pollution?
The term 'digital pollution' in relation to the skin refers to the kind of pollution from electronic device emissions, blue light from screens, etc. that affect skin health and are one of the factors that cause accelerated ageing.
External factors that are usually related to premature skin ageing are environmental pollution and sunlight. But in addition to these, there are others that we are exposed to on a daily basis, such as electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and blue light or high-energy visible light (HEV) that we receive on our skin from devices such as WIFI or Bluetooth, mobile phone screens, tablets, computers, etc.
How does digital pollution affect premature ageing?
This 'digital pollution' has consequences on the skin, such as a huge increase in the production of free radicals (ROS) and structure-modifying factors, a decrease in cell regeneration, a reduction in structural proteins in the epidermis, an increase in transepidermal water loss, a loss of skin "radiance" making it drier and rougher, the formation of wrinkles and the appearance of spots.
How does digital pollution affect the appearance of skin spots?
Skin pigmentation also changes when it is subjected to radiation from electromagnetic devices or blue light. Melanin and melanocytes play a key role in skin pigmentation. Studies have shown that after reaching the age of 30, a person will lose approximately 10% to 20% of epidermal melanocytes every decade, which can be accelerated depending on the amount of oxidative stress affecting the surface of the skin.
Which electronic devices give off blue light?
Blue light is one of the components of light. It is a natural radiation, in fact sunlight contains blue light and it is important because it plays a key role in our neuro processes. The problem lies in the blue light emitted by the devices around us and the time of direct exposure to that blue light, which in our lifestyle is between 5-12 hours. The amount of blue light received by the eye from the rays of the sun is around 30%, while LED lights and electronic devices between 25-40% and the incandescent bulbs between 3-4%.
Devices that emit blue light include cell phones, smartphones, tablets, computers, monitors, televisions, lamps, information boards and LED bulbs.