They help form a protective layer that locks in hydration, helps maintain balance and protects against visible damage from environmental stressors. By giving them back to skin, we are feeding the surface barrier what it needs to protect itself and thrive.
I’d like you to meet the new Lala…now with barrier-supportive ceramides! It’s Lala but better. I believe there is always room for improvement, so when it occurred to me that ceramides needed a more prominent place in my line, instead of making a whole new product, I decided to add them to an already great one.
I didn’t know I could like it more, but I do. If you think of skin cells as bricks, think of ceramides as the mortar holding them together. Ceramides are lipids that are naturally present in skin, but sun damage and age deplete them. They help form a protective layer that locks in hydration, helps maintain balance and protects against visible damage from environmental stressors. By giving them back to the skin, we are feeding the surface barrier what it needs to protect itself and thrive. More hydrated, plumper, firmer-feeling skin is the result. Lala has a new tool in its tool kit, and one that can benefit all skin. I hope you love it!
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Marula: high in antioxidants and omegas 6 and 9; nourishes, and rejuvenates skin Mongongo: super-antioxidant oil; moisturizes and defends from environmental aggressors Baobab: rich in vitamin c; provides moisturizing, antioxidant and soothing benefits Kalahari Melon: high level of omega-6 acids; moisturizing and rejuvenating Ximenia: rich in vitamin c; nourishing and moisturizing Passionfruit: rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin c; helps to brighten skin.
derived from plant sources; help soothe and maintain the moisture balance of skin while protecting against water loss.
plant-derived lipid with powerful soothing and restorative benefits.