Any oil that your skin absorbs quickly can be referred to as a dry oil. Oils that leave a residue on your skin, on the other hand, are often called wet oils. Most dry oils are made from vegetables, herbs, or seeds that contain polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid.



• Introduction 

▪ In this new technology we use an advanced formulation of liposomes, with collagen to make an advanced liposomes with more stability and less permeability. Thus makes our liposomes superior over conventional ones in-vivo and in storage. 


▪ Spherical vesical, with collagen fibrils entrapped inside and outside the lipid bilayer, showing average diameter 200 nm. 

• Mechanism of action 

▪ The interaction of collagen and liposomes improves their chemical stability against peroxidation, decreases their permeability and improve protection of payload.

 ▪ This protective effect is associated with the ability of collagen molecules to bind to peroxyl radicals and so to inactivate their peroxidation potency. 

• Features and benefits 

▪ prolonged release rate 

▪ protection of payload 

▪ prolonged shelf-life time