Fotoker® Cream 50ml SPF 50+
Complete molecular protection PHOTOLYASE + TRIPEPTIDE 33
Do you know that:
Sun exposure damages the cell's DNA. This damage increases over the years and leads to radial damage. It can take a less severe form with only wrinkles and dark spots or a more severe form with scaly growths and itching, called radial keratosis (AK) or melanoma-free skin cancer (NMSC).
Prevention and remedial treatment for radial keratosis (AK) and other forms of melanoma-free skin cancer (NMSC). Reduces and improves the subclinical field of skin cancer associated with radial keratosis and skin cancer without melanoma.
Photolyase is present in liposomal form (1% concentrate). It is a 450-550 amino acid monomeric protein, with a molecular mass of 60 kDa. To penetrate the skin, it must be transported by liposomes. Photolyase protects against the phospholipids of liposomes when passing through the epidermal barrier (stratum corneum) without any damage.
The difference from conventional photoprotection is that photolyase is able to repair DNA damage caused by ultraviolet radiation that has already occurred, while a sunscreen, at best, protects against further damage. In addition, while sunscreens are recommended for use when excessive sun exposure is expected, usually during the summer months, a photo repair product should be used all year round to achieve ideal results in repairing CPD damage. It should be remembered that photolyase is a photo-reactive enzyme and needs a little light for its activity (although a few minutes of light is enough) and that the product should be applied to clean skin before applying other skin care products.
Fotoker DNA Repair is an undisputed innovation due to the enzyme, which is able to specifically bind the strands of DNA that have been damaged by exposure to ultraviolet radiation.
This enzyme, activated by visible light and as an "engineer", intervenes in a damaged area and restores normalcy. Therefore, in people who have already developed radial hyperkeratosis, photolyase is an additional measure to reduce them, thus reducing the risk of future surgeries.
Tripeptide 33 also interferes with DNA and neutralizes the formation of oxygen free radicals or reactive carbon species, which are mainly caused by UVA radiation, which is also responsible, even indirectly, for damage at the cellular level.
The sunscreen Fotoker DNA Repair
Correction of damage caused by ultraviolet radiation in cell DNA (Radial keratosis, precancerous mutations).
Neutralization of the formation of reactive species at the cellular level due to UV (Photoaging)
Can be used for:
Creates a protective film that helps protect against new damage. In addition, continuous use helps the natural mechanism of DNA repair. The texture of the cream is designed to be absorbed quickly without leaving greasy residue.
Way of use :
Apply freely to the area twice a day, in the morning and at noon. Photolyase is activated by visible or blue light.
In prolonged exposure to the sun it is applied every 2 hours.