A number of studies have shown that the galangine contained in propolis is among the molecules capable of counteracting viral replication, also against the herpes virus. It has a significant stimulating ability for tissue regeneration.
Polygonum cuspidatum is the plant with the highest content in resveratrol, known for its antioxidant activity. Various studies show its efficacy against the Herpes virus, also limiting the appearance of skin lesions.
Tea Tree oil
The anti-herpetic activity of Melaleuca alternifolia oil is due to direct interaction with the virus, preventing its penetration into the cell. Tea Tree oil also has the ability to reduce pain related to infection and accelerates the epithelial healing process.
Low and high MW Hyaluronic acid
The low molecular weight form conveys the active ingredients more deeply and performs an intense hydration action of the surface layer as well as of the deep layer of the epidermis. The moisturising action of hyaluronic acid (high molecular weight) also relieves itching, often associated with dry skin, and helps to repair the epidermis thanks to its re-epithelizing activity.