It is a macromolecule formed by chains of proteins. It is essential to take part in human body due to its structural function. The more interesting attribute is maybe the elasticity of those molecules, which gets great resistance to the break. Therefore, it is used in hair to strengthen the hair fibres (although they already have collagen) by increasing the resistance and the elasticity. On the skin (and the scalp), hydrolyse collagen stimulates the regeneration of the natural collagen above the cellular matrix.
Hyaluronic acid complex


It is a polysaccharide present in the tissue of the live organisms. It has a substantial presence on the joints and the cartilages of the human body. Its molecular weight is of 2 to 5 million U gives its viscous texture, which decreases the friction of the joints. Its presence on the skin and the hair assures a complete hydration of the cells. It is known for being the stuffing used in certain aesthetic therapies.


It is an important and necessary protein present in several tissues of the human body, such as hair, skin or nails Its structural importance is due to its ability to create three-dimensional structures of great resistance. That is why it is very important for hair. The damage parts of the hair are filled by these macromolecules naturally and restores deeply the punished hair fibres. Another of its attributes is that it is hydrophobic and waterproof, which means that it prevents the loss of natural hydration.
Macadamia oil


It is an oil that is extracted from the seed of the tree with the same name. Macadamia is distributed by Indonesia and Australia (Although it is possible that the industrial production comes from cultivated field from Central America). Macadamia oil contains omega-7 acid. This type of hydrophobic biomolecules creates a protective film in the hair (and also in the scalp) that, on one hand, it refills the punished fibres, and, on the other hand, it prevents the loss of hydration.


Caffeine, which is known for its presence in coffee, is a stimulant of the central nervous system. At the epithermal level, it can increase the microcirculation, promoting a greater cellular respiration.