(13) Niacin Serum 20%
Niacinamide has been proven by numerous scientific studies in recent years to be an excellent active ingredient with a broad profile for the skin.
Prof. Dr. Steinkraus x Lanserhof
Acne. This little word means absolute agony for many young people. But even after the teenage years, quite a few people continue to be affected by ...
Oily skin is characterised by an overproduction of sebum, which makes the skin shiny and greasy shortly after cleansing. The T-zone is particularly...
The diagnosis and therapy of rosacea is one of the specialities of Prof. Steinkraus, who is also a member of the German Rosacea Association.
Moors have fascinated people since time immemorial. Historians, biologists, filmmakers, myth collectors, storytellers and many others find a verita...
Sensitive skin reacts to a wide variety of influences with irritation - itching, a feeling of tightness, redness or flaking are frequent side effec...
The 4th column of TetCode4 is occupied by substances that belong to the group of biomimetics. The word biomimetic is composed of the word stems »bi...
Care for combination skin
Skincare for combination skin is ideally formulated so that it can be applied all over the face. Prof. Dr. Steinkraus has taken this special need i...
(11) Hand Cream and (12) Body Lotion
No region of our skin is as mechanically stressed and exposed to the strains of frequent contact with water or cleansing as the skin on our hands.
The most important task of our skin is to prevent valuable things (e.g. body fluids and electrolytes) from being lost from the inside to the outside and to prevent harmful things,
Celebrity Care With Uni Background
More and more doctors have their own creams & co. These "doctor brands" transfer knowledge from medical practice to cosmetics - usually for a lot o...
Coral Reef Protection
According to calculations by researchers at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), about 14,000 tonnes of sunscreens with...
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