[Nature of ingredients].
Ceramide is a sphingolipid. Ceramide is a component that fills in the gaps between cells in the stratum corneum and helps to maintain moisture by preventing the evaporation of moisture from the skin. By retaining moisture, the skin's barrier function is improved, leading to the improvement of wrinkles and sagging skin.
Glucosylceramide, found in rice and rice malt, is a substance consisting of ceramide and sugar bonded together and is a source of ceramide.
Konnyaku (raw potato)
wakame (species of edible brown seaweed, Undaria pinnatifida)
Elbows and elbows.
Eurasian rubythroat (Luscinia calliope)
Cosmetics (e.g. packs)
'Hacco to go!'
Japanese fermentation in Japanese bellies.