Actizyme® is a botanical enzyme and PHA-based complex ingredient for gentle exfoliation and skin whitening without adverse effects.
Enzymes are biologically active proteins that act like catalysts in inorganic chemistry. They are derived from different natural sources and showcase a broad spectrum of beneficial features. For example, the ability to degrade proteins like keratin and fat (triglycerides) from sebum and adipous tissue makes enzymatic formulations a gentle, natural alternative to chemical exfoliators, surfactants, and skin whitening and slimming ingredients.
Thanks to keratolytic activity, proteolytic enzymes eliminate dead, pigmented, and dull cells from the skin surface, exposing a fresher, smoother, and rejuvenated appearance. They are potent ingredients for scar/stretch mark healing skin care products.
Lipolytic enzymes provide deep cleansing breaking down fat into smaller soluble parts, which act as secondary surfactants and moisturizers, delivering the best results without irritation or adverse effects. In more advanced delivery systems like microsomes, lipolytic enzymes can degrade fat in adipose tissue, improving body contours and fighting against cellulite formation.
And last but not least, they are used in anti-aging creams and serums, serving as protective antioxidants that break down reactive oxygen species shielding skin cells from damaging factors. So, those intelligent molecules are gifts from nature with practical and gentle action on the skin for a youthful, bright, and flawless appearance.
Bifida Ferment Lysate is a lysate (cytoplasm contents, cell wall fractions, and metabolites) of probiotic bifidobacteria with protective functions, disintegrated in a bioactive nutrient that brings a healthy balance to the skin.
Biovert™ is an enzyme-based complex ingredient that mimics a natural antimicrobial defense mechanism of mammalian secretions which happens in tears, saliva, and milk.
Natural tanning of the skin occurs due to UV exposure. Ultra-violet rays increase melanin production in the skin giving it color. Melanin is the skin's natural pigment and defense system.
Cranberries are known to be very beneficial to our health, as they are an excellent source of vitamin C. Daily exfoliation is also essential as it removes the dead skin cells and lets the brighter younger skin shine through.
Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride known under the trade name EUK-134™ is an active ingredient that mimics antioxidant enzymes action such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase.
The wholesome properties of yogurt have been enjoyed around the world for at least 4,000 years. People on every continent continue to savor yogurt for the long-lasting health benefits associated with this highly nutritious dairy product.
Lactococcus Ferment Lysate is a natural, anti-oxidative, and protective ingredient containing Lactococcus Lactis lysate. It is a water-soluble active known under the trade name Protectan™.
Ozonized Saccharomyces Ferment Lysate Filtrate is manufactured using fermentation biotechnology in which yeast is fed a nutrient media essential for the development of Baker's yeast.
Regu®-Aag PF is a natural complex developed for eye care applications, based on botanical peptides and yeast-derived enzyme. It noticeably decreases under-eye dark circles and puffiness.
Sake, the traditional rice ferment of Japan, was first brewed around 300 B.C. Also known as the “drink of gods”, this wine plays an important role in Japanese culture and history. It was used for many different purposes including as an offering to the gods and to purify the temple.
The extracellular matrix of human skin is comprised of collagen, elastic fibers (of which elastin is a major component), and basement membrane-associated macromolecules such as proteoglycans, fibronectin, and laminin.
Saccharomyces Lysate Extract is produced by exposing cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to hydrogen peroxide. It has been well established that introducing stress in the form of heat or UV radiation to yeast cell cultures will promote the formation of tissue respiratory factors (TRF).