Having good skin can depend on our gray mass, we explain it to you:
New research in the field of neuroscience has just made an important advance in understanding the interaction between the nervous system and the skin. In fact, these studies provide enough data to demonstrate that skin cells are controlled by neurotransmitters and that they are in turn capable of releasing neuromediators and that in turn are capable of releasing
neuromediators with specific neuroreceptors.
This, translated into plain language, what it comes to say is that the skin is an organ with nerve endings, even in the most superficial layers (except the horny layer), and that sends information to the nervous system.
Decorté AQ is a line that has been specifically developed to achieve permanent communication between the skin and the mind. It achieves this through its ingredients. For example; the emulsion incorporates, among others, white mucuna seed extract, which manages to increase creatine transmitters (which promote collagen synthesis); queen of the night, with a refreshing and complex fragrance, which acts on the limbic system providing relaxation and calm; or absolute sterol (it has the same properties as intercellular lipids), which makes the cream penetrate the skin quickly and merge with the horny extract.
The AQ line starts from a theory: cosmetics are much more effective when the skin is relaxed . A philosophy that focuses on your ability to respond to stressful situations and your ability or potential to repair its fearsome effects. That is why it incorporates key assets that position this sensory range within neurocosmetics: Mucuna Birdwoodiana, according to studies, this species can be a natural solution to slow down the effects of aging and is gaining notoriety in the field of research. Widely used in traditional medicine, such as Ayurveda, as a healing herb for its antioxidant, revitalizing tonic and aphrodisiac action. But most importantly, it contains a substance, L-Dopa, a precursor to dopamine, the neurotransmitter responsible for regulating pleasure, relaxation, and motivation.