Ceramides constitute a heterogeneous category of sphingolipids characterized by subtle structural disparities, which play an important role in the formation of the stratum corneum. The aim of this article is to introduce a novel concept for the repurposing of ceramides, known as CeraFluid®, which is entrapped within a lipophilic matrix obtained through an upcycling process. This innovative substance possesses the capability to rejuvenate the skin barrier, incorporating anti-aging and antipollution attributes, thereby facilitating a more streamlined formulation process.
The innovation inherent in CeraFluid® lies in its heightened compatibility with the skin and its ability to penetrate deeply into the skin, facilitated by the synergy between olive glycerides and ceramides. This synergy enhances the bioavailability of Ceramide NP, thereby yielding augmented moisturizing effects and expeditious results. An added benefit of this technology is its straightforward applicability in production, eliminating the necessity to elevate the temperature, as is the case with standard ceramides.