Mannitol Collagen Spheres
The Mannitol Collagen Spheres are lyophilized to maintain maximum efficiency and are easy to activate with our Activation Liquid 15 SF. Once activated the sphere turns into a serum that is easy to apply to the skin.
The spheres are free from parabens, PEGs, colorants, silicones, fragrances and mineral oil and are suitable for all skin types. The Mannitol Collagen Spheres come in vials of 7 to suit your customers for daily fresh application.
Read more about our unique mode of action and the active ingredients below…
- Protects against blue light damage
- Boosts collagen synthesis and prevents the premature collagen degradation
- Replenishes moisture depots
Mannitol is a natural molecule which can be found in marine algae, in vegetables such as pumpkins, celery and strawberries, and in the exudate of shrubs and trees, such as the manna ash and olive tree.
Mannitol has proven anti-oxidative properties and is demonstrated to protect from environmental stresses such as blue light or UV radiation. This anti-oxidative potential delays the degradation caused by radicals.
Additionally, mannitol in known to act as humectant and moisturizer. Therefore it increases the moisture content of the skin and keeps it soft and smooth.1,2
Soluble Collagen Molecules
Soluble collagen molecules have an extremely high water-binding capacity which lead to increased hydration of the stratum corneum. The use of native collagen improves skin smoothness and gives the skin a pleasant feeling.3
Peptides are short amino acid chains which mimic amino acids of the extracellular matrix. They stimulate targeted skin functions.
Peptides stimulate the collagen synthesis and protect and support the skin’s stem cell renewal.4
 Botta et al., Genotoxicity of visible light (400–800 nm) and photoprotection assessment of ectoin, L-ergothioneine and mannitol and four sunscreens, J PhotochemPhotobiol B. 2008 Apr 25;91(1):24-34; P. André and F. Villain, Free-radical scavenging protperties of mannitol and ist role as a constituent of hyaluronic acid fillers: a literature review, Int J Cosmet Sci. 2017;39(4):355-360
 André and Villain. Free Radical Scavenging Properties of Mannitol and Its Role as a Constituent of Hyaluronic Acid Fillers: A Literature Review Int J Cosmet Sci . 2017 Aug;39(4):355-360.
 Datenblätter zum Einsatz von Wirkstoffen in kosmetischen Mitteln, Lebensmittelchemische Gesellschaft, AG Kosmetische Mittel, 2006
 M. Alam, H. B. Gladstone and R.C. Tung, Cosmetic Dermatology, Elsevier, 2009