ACTIVE AGENTS LEXICON
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Known to scientists as Salicornia herbacea, this salt-tolerant, edible, succulent plant (halophyte) thrives above all in salt marshes and mangrove swamps. The high-tech active ingredient found in common glasswort stimulates the urea channels and activates urea synthesis in the epidermis, encouraging the skin’s natural moisturising mechanism. Moisture reserves are replenished and the hydrolipid barrier is strengthened – helping the skin to help itself.