MADE IN JAPAN developed by Prof. Dr Makoto Hatto

Forlle’d Hyalogy is a state-of the art Japanese nano-technology skincare range, with a ‘liquid skin’ formulation which delivers long-lasting skin health, renewal and regeneration for both in-clinic and home. Using Nanotechnology, Biofermentation and Ionization, our own laboratory developed the product line that works simultaneously on epidermal and dermal layers of skin. Scientifically proven active mechanisms and results. Recommended by dermatologists for age signs management and prevention. 

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Working from the dermal layer of skin upwards, Forlle’d unique technology provides, for the first time, the proven topical delivery of hyaluronic acid to where it can directly influence fibroblasts and skin health.

 

Forlle’d employs breakthrough nanotechnology that significantly reduces the size of the hyaluronic acid molecule to 5 nanometers, compared with a size of 3,000 to 20,000 nanometers for conventional HA molecules.

 

With molecules small enough to pass easily through the epidermal intercellular spaces, Forlle’d patented nano Hyaluronic acid replenishes moisture much deeper within the skin than conventional hyaluronic acid products. 

Unique Nobel prize winning solutions

Low molecular active ingredients in Forlle’d products are bonded with ionized minerals, enabling  a revolutionary targeted delivery system that works without disturbing the skin integrity.

Patented nano HA molecules, that penetrate into the dermis,  are the base of the line. Together with hydrolyzed pearl protein and hydrolyzed eggshell membrane they form the P-effect complex, “point effect” at dermal stimulation and regeneration.

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Our story started  with the turning point of implementation of the Nobel Prize winning finding by Koichi Tanaka in 2002. On the basis of these scientific achievements, Forlle’d laboratory has successfully created patented components that are able to penetrate into the deeper layers of skin which had only been possible by using injections.