A ‘free radical’ is an atom or a molecule that has an ‘unpaired electron’ in its outer ring. The unpaired electron steals electrons from other healthy cells to stabilise itself. When the attacked molecule loses its electron, it becomes a free radical and starts snatching electrons from other cells. This activates a chain reaction resulting in the disruption of living cells, which in turn causes ageing.Thanks to the advancement of science and technology, some skin care companies are now utilising negative hydrogen (H–) – the world’s smallest and most powerful antioxidant – the anti-ageing superhero!
How does H- work effectively on your skin?
The incredibly small size of H– allows it to effectively penetrate deep down through multiple layers of the skin. The H– not only provides spare electrons to assist in cellular energy production without turning itself into a free radical, but also neutralises harmful free radicals which damage the body’s own cells.
Microencapsulation Technology: Negative Hydrogen’s Powerful Ally!
It is a fact that H– automatically neutralises itself when in contact with water, and thus, negates its own effectiveness. Therefore, the H– in normal skin care products can degrade over time. To maintain the long-term effectiveness of H–, a patented technology called microencapsulation is used as a powerful weapon to protect the H–, which is stored in small hydrophobic balls (jojoba wax beads) and released when necessary.
QNET’s revolutionary French skin care range, Physio Radiance, uses microencapsulation technology and a specialised packaging pump –specifically researched for Physio Radiance products – that when pressed down in the pump mechanism crushes the hydrophobic microencapsulation balls, releasing the H– moments before its application to the skin. This allows the H– to work at its maximum effectiveness giving your skin the best care it deserves.
For more information about Physio Radiance and its use of microencapsulation technology, visit www.physioradiance.com