Hormonal production decreases with age and hormones are something like a biological clock of the skin. They keep your skin beautiful and fresh. They are responsible for the proper production of collagen and elastin, healthy skin hydration and cellular regeneration. But how to naturally complement them and stay beautiful?

The cream is prepared individually based on the deficiencies and the extent of damage of the skin. So you can choose the light, intensive caring variant or support an overall working on the organism through specific bio-identical hormones. In addition, active substances are released from the cream gradually, in contrast to injections that cause a massive intake level, although this level gradually drops below normal values. At the same time, due to application on the skin, you will avoid digestive-tract damage and you do not have to worry about liver damage or worse absorption depending on the meal.

Cellular activators contained in the cream stimulate the natural function of cells that decreases with age and are able to activate and even double it. Therefore, carefully-selected ingredients - vitamins, antioxidants, plant extracts, phytohormones, polyphenols and fatty acids - are often added to bio-identical hormone creams that support the ability of cells to prevent damage. Biomimetic peptides are a natural variant of botulinum toxin (botox). By constantly relaxing the muscles, they work on the smoothing of wrinkles around the eyes, on the forehead and around the mouth even in those people who do not prefer botulinum toxin injections. 



Hormones and skin

  • Estrogen - the hormone of female beauty. It stimulates the synthesis of collagen, supports the production of mucopolysaccharides - which stabilize water retention in the skin. Estrogen also has a strong antioxidant effect and protects the skin from damage from the negative effects of the environment. Progesterone - plays an important role in the remodelling of collagen and thus skin regeneration.
  • Progesterone - plays an important role in the remodelling of collagen and thus skin regeneration. The skin becomes firmer and brighter. Progesterone has a strong anti-inflammatory effect. Melatonin - is a strong skin antioxidant. 
  • Melatonin - is a strong skin antioxidant. It protects skin against adverse environmental influences. It keeps the protective skin barrier on standby and even slows down the growth of unwanted hairs. It keeps the protective skin barrier on standby and even slows down the growth of unwanted hairs.
  • Androstanolon - adds more firmness to the complexion. A cream that allows us to rejuvenate.

Possibilities of use

  • Face - A youthful, elastic skin - this is the result of regular doses of the "hormone of youth" DHEA, whose production, unfortunately begins to decrease already around the age of 40. Its lack is manifested not only by flaccidity and dry skin, but also by a lack of energy - one does not have pain but feels somewhat not as oneself. Minor joint problems may appear.
  • Upper lip - Small vertical wrinkles may appear in this place in a few years. The fact that the skin is for the time being tight is due to the "anti-wrinkle hormone" estrogen. Its deficiency also causes more brittle bones because it is needed for the formation of new bone tissue. Progesterone is again a hydrating and anti-inflammatory hormone and will not allow our body and face to swell unnecessarily.
  • Eyes - Swollen eyelids and a swollen face, but also a gruff voice, slowed reactions, tiredness and depression - all of this may be due to the decreased function of the thyroid gland. These are the key hormones that can be missing at any age. In classical medicine, especially the hormone T4 (thyroxine) is monitored and supplemented, which produces the active hormone T3 (triiodothyronine). Some people lack the enzyme that helps T4 convert to T3, so that regular treatment is not effective enough. 
  • Belly or thighs - With the advent of menapause, the up-to-now perfect body begins to round out, even if its owner does not change their lifestyle and does not even add an additional cube of sugar. You may blame this on the female sex hormone estrogen, whose production is decreasing significantly around the 50th year of age. When estrogen begins to decrease, the body then tries to retain a sufficient amount of hormonal active tissue, which is among other tissues fat, and what leads to becoming overweight.