Penetrating Nourishment Technology

Humid and hot climates bring unique challenges to the skin, making penetrating nourishment technology indispensable.
In high temperatures with frequent sweating, the sebum film is easily depleted, leading to increased sebum secretion and a higher likelihood of acne. High humidity results in an abundance of water molecules in the air, causing the stratum corneum to become excessively soft and structurally disordered, weakening the skin barrier. Intense sunlight radiation makes the skin more prone to sensitivity.
Through new technologies, active ingredients can penetrate the stratum corneum, providing the skin with the necessary nourishment to address issues caused by high temperatures, humidity, and prolonged exposure to sunlight.

Dr. Ta-Jo Liu (劉大佼), Chairman and Founder, Win Coat Corporation (WCC)

Microneedle Patches

Traditional European and American skincare brands often focus on temperate and dry climates. However, in humid and hot climates where the skincare population exceeds 1 billion people, high humidity can inhibit sericin hydrolysis, preventing the formation of trans-urocanic acid and natural moisturizing factors. This leads to a reduction in the functionality of the stratum corneum, stimulating skin exfoliation and giving the skin a dull and rough appearance.

PuraVida Cosmetics Co., Ltd


Nanoparticles are microscopic particles that are engineered to improve the penetration of active ingredients into the skin. They can be made of different materials such as lipids, polymers, and metals. Nanoparticles can help active ingredients to penetrate the stratum corneum, the outermost layer of the skin, and reach deeper layers where they can exert their effects.

PuraVida has crafted ultra-fine micromolecules with a structure resembling cell membranes, reaching as small as 100 nanometers, a level beyond the typical 5000 nanometers achievable in the market. Whether it’s moisture or nourishing ingredients, these micromolecules can penetrate deep into the skin, rapidly boosting the effectiveness of skincare and meeting the expectations for skincare results.

Jubilee International Biomedical Co., Ltd.

eSIP Cold Plasma

Plasma is the fourth state of matter, existing beyond solid, liquid, and gas. Textbooks define it as “quasineutral matter composed of charged particles and neutral particles.” Various forms of plasma fill the universe, including flames, lightning, auroras, and the sun. SmartLift employs its exclusive eSIP low-temperature cold plasma technology, which efficiently controls the gases excited by plasma. This plasma can be applied for purposes such as skincare, wound healing, and cancer treatment.