Active ingredient: silica gel.
100 ml gel contain: active pharmaceutical ingredient: 100 ml silica gel with 5.4 g precipitated dispersed colloidal silica anhydride (silicon dioxide). Other ingredient: chlorhexidine bis (D-gluconate).
Areas of application:
Traditionally used for localized local irritation of the skin. This information is based solely on tradition and many years of experience.
sikapur ® Silicic Acid Skin Gel
For local skin irritations,
your product, silica skin gel, skin irritation benefits at a glance:
- 100% silica gel for external use
- For local skin irritations such as minor burns and scalds, small areas of sunburn, small injuries (e.g. razor burn) and pimples
- Has a cooling, drying and anti-inflammatory effect
- Vegetarian and vegan
- Without colorants, preservatives, gel formers and stabilizers
Silicium - the all-rounder for natural beauty from within, silica skin gel, skin irritation.
With a targeted supply of nutrients, we can easily support a fresh, healthy and radiant appearance from the inside out. For this, nature offers an almost inexhaustible range. One of these natural all-rounders is the essential trace element silicon, as found in sikapur silica preparations, for example. Although there are only about 1.4 grams in our body, silicon is still present in almost every cell and is essential for firm skin, strong hair, firm nails and firm connective tissue.
Among other things, it is jointly responsible for the formation of connective tissue structures and influences the formation of collagen and elastin. It supports the structure and moisture balance of the connective tissue, ensures a more beautiful complexion and promotes the growth and resistance of hair and fingernails. If there is a silicon deficiency, brittle, thin hair, brittle nails, pale and wrinkled skin and slack connective tissue are the most common signs. Since we excrete around 60 mg of silicon per day, our body cannot produce trace elements itself and a regular intake through food is usually not possible, sikapur silica preparations are ideally suited for covering the daily silicon requirement.
Silica - Better than silica
In nature, silicon is never found in pure form, but always in connection with oxygen. This is the case with silica powder, for example. Here the silicon is bound in large molecular complexes and is hardly soluble in water - which makes it much more difficult for the body to absorb it. Silica, on the other hand, consists of a combination of silicon, oxygen AND water and is a gel-like liquid. The silicon is very finely distributed here, ie the particles are on average around 1,800 times smaller than in silica. This makes absorption through the intestine much easier, so that the silicon can be optimally utilized in the body.