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The antioxidant power of Ferulic Acid

An antioxidant of natural origin, Ferulic Acid takes its name from Ferula, a genus of perennial herbaceous plants. Philip Martin's, as with all the other ingredients, after understanding their power, puts it in a Serum, releasing it to bring beauty.


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The evolution of Cosgenetics, Philip Martin's latest generation cosmetics, offers a very high concentration of active ingredients to ensure the skin has an intensive action aimed at achieving results and improving its problems. Skin care has become a process available in daily use thanks to the combination of specific serums and creams. Read more.


Where is Ferulic Acid

Present in the seeds and leaves of plants of the Ferula species, Ferulic Acid can also be found in oats, corn, rice, bran, tomatoes, citrus fruits, apple seeds and aubergines.


The benefits of ferulic acid

With antioxidant, exfoliating and whitening properties, Ferulic Acid has an inhibiting action on free radicals that fights sun spots, small scars and dull skin. With a strong ability to break free radical chain reactions and suppress oxidative reactions induced by UV radiation, Ferulic Acid helps to preserve the physiological integrity of skin cells during exposure to air and UV radiation.


Effectiveness with other antioxidants

Ferulic Acid preserves the effectiveness of other antioxidants, such as vitamins A, C and E: vice versa, these vitamins help Ferulic Acid, compensating for its tendency to oxidize rapidly.


Philip Martin's products with Ferulic Acid

Philip Martin's Cosgenetics laboratories insert Ferulic Acid within a product to increase the revitalization of the skin:


The Serum C

The face that lights up, the greyness that goes away. The natural complexion returns day after day and the first wrinkles fade. The Serum C is the perfect serum to combat the dull appearance: rich in vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid and Ferulic Acid, it helps the skin to maintain a high level of hydration and to counteract the effects of intrinsic and extrinsic skin aging. The collagen in the dermis will have an optimal density and the face will appear beautiful, relaxed and radiant. Find out more.


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