Rich source of essential fatty acids that contribute to restore the natural moisture levels of the skin. The high concentration of oleic acid and the presence of antioxidants make it a fundamental element in the reconstruction of cell membranes and therefore in the regeneration of the epidermis, a process without which our skin would look dull and lacking in vitality. Its characteristic texture helps to create a protective film that fulfills a double function: to prevent dehydration and to protect the skin from external aggressions.


One of the most important properties of aloe vera is that it is anti-inflammatory with a great balsamic effect, making it a great remedy for many conditions, including irritations, dermatological allergies, burns and insect bites. It has a great moisturizing power as it is able to regulate the pH of the skin in the dermis, epidermis and hypodermis. As it moisturizes in depth, it is very useful for sensitive and damaged skin.

Antiseptic and healing functions, since its natural nutrients help the regeneration of cells in all layers of the skin. The components of aloe vera that promote cell regeneration are: Vitamin A, Vitamin C and L-Lysine (amino acid). But it is not only used in the treatment of recent wounds, it is also applied to smooth, attenuate and improve the elasticity and general appearance of scars. Results are visible even in hypertrophic or keloid scars. Regular use also prevents the formation of stretch marks, hemorrhoids, hematomas and severe psoriasis-type scaling. In any case, it soothes and brings softness and elasticity to the skin, comforting the patient.


Calendula is very often used in the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema and small red spots. Being an excellent healing agent, it is an adjuvant for open wounds and small ulcers. It is effective in reducing pain due to its soothing properties and is widely used in the treatment of vascular inflammatory syndromes, such as varicose veins, hemorrhoids and proctitis.


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Centella asiatica preparations are indicated topically as a healing agent, especially to accelerate the healing of post-traumatic or post-surgical wounds. It has been proven that the triterpenic fraction of Centella asiatica improves the alterations of the venous vessel wall (phleboprotective effect) and microcirculation, reducing capillary permeability and increasing vascular resistance.


It is an active ingredient widely used in cosmetics that comes from the essential oil of the chamomile flower and whose most outstanding properties are:
1. high desensitizing and soothing power, which makes it very suitable for treating particularly sensitive skin.
2. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory: together with the above properties, it justifies its use as a regular ingredient in products designed for these purposes, such as those used after laser and aggressive skin treatments.
3. It is very effective in combating or avoiding irritation and redness and, in addition, it has soothing properties.
4. It protects the skin from damage caused by free radicals and is therefore ideal for restoring the skin’s sense of well-being.


It is a carotenoid of the same family as beta-carotene that originates its characteristic red color. Lycopene is a natural UV blocker and in combination with its antioxidant properties has become one of the most important ingredients in skin treatments. It has anti-inflammatory properties. It acts by balancing melanin production and evens skin tone.


Rosehip oil has six characteristic dermatological properties:
1. regenerative: it activates cell regeneration in skin lesions or scars and permeabilizes the cell membrane.
2. Moisturizing: it slows transdermal water loss and restores the cutaneous lipid barrier.
3. Anti-inflammatory: modulates immunological mechanisms and microvascularization.

4. Revitalizing and re-epitalizing: stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the fibroblast, maintains skin flexibility.
5. Antioxidant: blocks the activity of free radicals due to the presence of traces of antioxidants.
6. Depigmenting: homogeneously distributes melanin due to the presence of natural transretinoic acid.
Licotop rosehip oil, having a higher concentration of lycopene, has greater antioxidant activity and greater effectiveness against free radicals. Its healing power is greater than that of normal rosehip oil.


Intervenes in cell regeneration.
Protects the skin against moisture loss for a longer period of time. Softens the skin.
It is very beneficial for many skin problems.
Prevents the spread of germs, ideal for skin with bacterial problems.
Ideal for mature, dehydrated and sensitive skin.


1. It activates skin circulation and has a healing and astringent effect. It is used in dermatitis, eczema, dry skin and wrinkles.
2. Hemo-static.
3. Venotoinic. It contracts the wall of the veins, activating the blood circulation inside them. It is very useful in case of varicose veins, heavy legs and hemorrhoids.

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