TanActine stimulates and stabilizes the intensity of skin pigmentation by supporting the production of the alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone.
It supports the faster onset of pigmentation in the event of UV exposure and, applied over an extended period, maintains the requisite degree of pigmentation by reducing the paling of the skin. Additional features related to the protection of cells during UV exposure make this product ideal in limiting photoaging effects on the skin.
The wrinkle reduction proven in the application of Schizophyllan during in vivo studies is supported by in vitro tests, which demonstrate the positive impact on collagen synthesis by skin cells and the regulation of their production of matrix metalloproteases.
As a result, Schizophyllan ensures a rise in the volume of the extracellular matrix and its protection against degradation.Library
Overly shiny skin, caused by the overproduction of sebum, is aesthetically unappealing. What is more, the larger amount of oily film on the skin's surface stifles its ability to breathe. Tenneliderm has been shown to reduce the surface oiliness effectively in vivo by affecting intercellular communication. It regulates the activity of sebum-producing sebocytes, thus reducing the unattractive shininess of the skin.Library
A natural ability to immobilize large quantities of water in its structures enables high-molecular hyaluronic acid, after application on the skin, to produce a highly hydrated film. Besides guaranteeing skin hydration, this film also helps to improve skin texture significantly, as demonstrated by an in vivo study.
HySilk's ability to improve skin hydration is based on two important properties. The first, due to its low molecular weight, is the capacity to penetrate into the lower layers of the stratum corneum, where its ability to actively influence cell communication processes, particularly the activity of beta-glucosylcerebrosidase, comes to the fore. The natural ability of hyaluronic acid to bind large quantities of water further supports these active processes, leading to a significant reduction in the TEWL.