Decode your beauty formula
and embrace your personal needs
  • The Decoder by CODAGE is a series of information sheets that allow you to better diagnose your needs, understand your skin’s metabolism and, above all, get to know every active ingredient in the collection.

    An intelligent approach to active cosmetics that allows you to truly understand your skin and take good care of it, effectively and simply…

  • Nutri-Elements are the foundation of the CODAGE visual identity, and are «cocktail» of an average of 3 active ingredients with a synergistic action.
    Most Nutri-Elements are available in 3 concentrations (3-max, 2-med, 1-min) to ensure a perfectly calibrated formula.

    Given specific skin needs, nutri-elements are dosed and assembled to form a unique «codage» and to reveal the product formula.
    CODAGE continually updates the composition of its Nutri-Elements based on research to offer the best in innovative active cosmetics.

  • The classification of the Nutri-Elements
    around the 4 skin needs' categories

    A
    Skin Confort a
    BALANCE SKIN TYPE TO PROVIDE A REAL CONFORT FEELING
    B
    Cell Protection
    PROTECTS SKIN'S NATURAL DEFENSES AGAINST DAILY AND/OR EXTREME DAMAGES
    C
    Anti-Aging Needs
    PREVENTS SKIN AGING AND BRINGS REAL CORRECTIVE SOLUTIONS
    D
    Specific Needs
    GIVES SKIN AN EVEN TONE, RADIANT, FULL OF ENERGY AS WELL AS A SUPPLE AND SMOOTH TEXTURE

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Skin Repair

[Rea] + [Reb] + [Rec]

  • Presentation

    Boosts cellular renewal and synthesis of the skin’s building blocks to speed up cutaneous healing.

  • Mechanisms of action

    --> Optimises the process involved in rebuilding injured tissue by stimulating keratinocyte differentiation and improving fibroblast repair during the healing process. 

    --> Repairs skin deep down by improving cellular cohesion and the structure of the extracellular matrix. 
    --> Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action. Prevents contaminations responsible for slowing down the healing process. 
  • Clinical results

    [Rea] :Alloy of extracts from two plants native to Madagascar: Siegesbeckia orientalis, which treats wounds by protecting collagen integrity, andCentella asiatica, used in traditional Chinese medicine to encourage collagen-fibre production.

    • -13% discolouration and size of stretch marks.
    • Up to -95% surface covered by stretch marks for 69% of test subjects.
    • Up to -30% depth of stretch marks for 77% of test subjects.
    • Up to -33% roughness for 77% of test subjects.
    • Up to +48% lifting effect for 85% of test subjects.
     
    [Reb]Extract of the aerial part of organic cotton thistle,Onopordum acanthium, a plant known for its ability to help repair burns. The plants used here are from an agricultural association in Auvergne that respects the conservation of natural species and biodiversity. 
     In vitro: 
    • +34% pro-collagen formation (synonymous with restoration of the barrier effect).
    In vivo: 
    • 30% cellular renewal (synonymous with deep regeneration).
     
    [Rec] : Pure medium molecular weight hyaluronic acid obtained from the fermentation of renewable plant extracts (wheat and beetroot).
     
    In vitro:
    • Significant healing effect visible within 24 hours.

     Ex vivo:

    • Up to -97% bacterial growth.
  • Learn more

    The skin has a natural capacity to regenerate itself following wounds, cuts, scratches and spots. A scab forms over the lesion, a protective shield that allows the skin to activate its full healing processes. Repairing the skin involves fixing damage to the membrane structure and fibres, and replacing the entire top layer of cells. Once this repair process has been completed, the scab falls off, revealing normal, unscarred skin. A slight intensification in skin colour is frequently noted after a spot has healed. This is known as post-inflammatory pigmentation, and it can take a while before the skin reassumes its normal colour. To prevent inadequate repair and to optimise and speed up cutaneous healing, the skin should first be strengthened, by improving its cellular cohesion and the structure of its extracellular matrix. Subsequently, differentiation of keratinocytes and fibroblast repair should be stimulated in the body to speed up skin regeneration. Finally, to prevent infections, its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial activity should be boosted.

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