ZELMA, the minerals your face needs to look radiant
Having a fresh and radiant complexion requires a consistent and complete daily beauty routine and the appropriate minerals to keep your skin looking young. Hispanics have different skin types, usually sensitive and delicate, so choosing the right products can be complicated. Thankfully, Dr. Juan Rivera and renowned dermatologist Dr. Leyda Bowes decided to join their knowledge and experience to create an amazing skincare line with natural ingredients and the best technology. After trying each of the Piel Eterna products, you’ll feel and see the results on your skin. Below, find out more about the ZELMA Brightening Serum, an innovative product that combines minerals and other ingredients that are ideal for healthy and radiant skin.
What is the ZELMA Brightening Serum?
It’s a Piel Eterna product that contains a powerful combination of micronutrients, the most powerful antioxidants, and plant peptides from the Amazon, which help fight the effects of stress and fatigue reflected in the skin. The ZELMA Brightening Serum is carefully made with the best technology that combines zinc, selenium, and magnesium, which are essential minerals for the skin, and a high concentration of vitamin C. These minerals combined with the Santo Complex formulation, which includes other powerful ingredients such as the Sacha Inchi plant and Camu Camu, among others, provide your skin with deep hydration, and helps restore and return its natural shine.
How does zinc work on your skin?
Our skin is made up of the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue, with each fraction having various cell types. In the skin, the concentration of zinc is higher in the epidermis than in the dermis. According to studies, zinc helps relieve inflammation and scarring due to acne breakouts, restoring the skin. It also increases collagen and elastin and helps heal skin wounds. (1)
Research shows that selenium protects against some skin diseases. Also, it prevents signs of aging by fighting free radicals and reducing skin inflammation. Plus, it helps reduce acne and diminish marks left by face breakouts. (2)
What does magnesium do?
This mineral is proven to act as a skin-soothing agent, especially for skin types suffering from rosacea, eczema, and minor skin irritations. Additionally, it can help soothe skin damage caused by the sun and reduce redness. (3)
These minerals together with Santo Complex make the ZELMA Brightening Serum a product that works at the cellular level to provide firmness, elasticity, and, above all, luminosity your skin deserves.
As you can see, it’s a unique product made by expert dermatologists who have thought about every detail, including the serum’s texture and even its aroma so you can enjoy it while applying it to your face, neck, and décolletage! Everything you need to take your skin to the next level.
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- Ogawa Y, Kinoshita M, Shimada S, Kawamura T. “Zinc and Skin Disorders.” Nutrients. Vol.10(2):199. Feb 2018 doi: 10.3390/nu10020199. PMID: 29439479; URL:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29439479
- Lv J, Ai P, Lei S, Zhou F, Chen S, Zhang Y. “Selenium levels and skin diseases: systematic review and meta-analysis.” J Trace Elem Med Biol. Vol.62:126548. Dec 2020 doi: 10.1016/j.jtemb.2020.126548.URL:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32497930/
- Brüske K, Salfeld K. “Zink und sein Stellenwert bei einigen dermatologischen Erkrankungen--eine statistische Auswertung [Zinc and its status in some dermatologic diseases--a statistical assessment].” Z Hautkr. Vol.62 Suppl 1:125-31. German. 1987 URL:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3442079/
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