Definition: Anionic polysaccharide with a high molecular weight (6.104 Da) obtained by bacterial fermentation, with a branched saccharide structure comprising L-rhamnose, galactose and glucuronic acid
Mode of action: Because of its high L-rhamnose content, a sugar recognized specifically by keratinocyte membrane receptors, RHAMNOSOFT HP 1.5P/ST inhibits cell adhesion and limits the propagation of inflammatory reactions in skin cells following an external aggression such as aging accelerators. RHAMNOSOFT HP 1.5P/ST also improves the cutaneous comfort by stimulating the release of ß-endorphins.
RHAMNOSOFT® HP 1.5P: 1.5% phenoxyethanol
RHAMNOSOFT® HP NAT : 0.3% sodium benzoate, 0.15% potassium
USE LEVEL: 3-5%