6 kinds of moisturizing ingredients
Pearl protein extract
A protein obtained from nacreous layers of pearls and seashells. Moisturize and activate the skin.
Asian Ginseng root extract
Extracted from Asian ginseng roots (Panax ginseng). Enhance the metabolism and blood circulation.
Wild thyme extract
Extracted from leaves and stems of wild thyme. Include astringent, moisturizing and cleansing effects.
Shell ginger leaf extract
Extracted from leaves of Alpinia,a zingiberaceous plant. Promote collagen synthesis.
A natural substance found in the human dermis. Play an important role in water retention in the skin.
Marjoram leaf extract
Extracted from marjoram leaves. Enhance the generation of hyaluronic acids.
Synthetic surfactant is a chemical which is commonly used for the purpose of washing, foaming, penetration, emulsification and dissolving compounds. There are many types of synthetic surfactants some of which have a high level of toxicity like nonylphenol and octylphenol. These chemicals include same compounds as detergents and they are too aggressive to the skin. Moreover, they are resistant to metabolism in the body and may cause environmental damage. RICHE is a successful lotion that offers an excellent moisturizing effect without using these synthetic surfactants.
Paraben is used in food, medicines and cosmetics to prevent the growth of bacteria. Paraben does not penetrate deep into the skin layers while synthetic surfactants pass through the skin by disrupting its barrier function. The paraben used in RICHE is the same grade that is used for food preservation and its safety is confirmed. There are cases where some common cosmetics which are labeled as paraben-free actually use other preservatives.