The chemical composition of freshwater peloid is an outstanding combination of carbohydrates, proteins (about 20), phyto-steroids, oils, waxes, vitamins and humic acids. Each of these components taken separately can serve as a valuable cosmetic ingredient by itself. However, combined, they present a priceless and unique assortment generated by Mother Nature.
Humic acids, being basic and most important components of peloids, act as biodynes and detox at the cellular level. It is the humic acids what gives the products their therapeutic and healing properties.
Group of amorphous polycarboxylic acids (and oxy acids) with the different content of polyfunctional active groups (-COOH, -OH, -NH2, =NH, C=O etc.) formed by the biochemical decomposition and transformation of organic matter in the fresh water lake.
Peloid lipids are another component crucial to human cells proper functioning. Rich in beta-carotene, retinol, bioflavonoids, chlorophyll, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids with high gram molecular weight and phospholipids, they play a big role in cell metabolism, tissue regeneration and cells matrix.