Meet us at InCosmetics Global, London ExCel Centre 4-6 April 2017

April 3rd, 2017 | Posted By: Clare Panchoo | Posted in News

Our Sales & Marketing Manager EMEA (Nutrition), Clare Panchoo, is attending InCosmetics Global in London from tomorrow. To get in touch with Clare regarding a meeting please email her at clarep@evolva.com or phone her on +41 79 540 4226.

Verite™ resveratrol is an ideal addition in cosmetics and personal care products:

1. We offer a 99% pure cosmetic-grade resveratrol.

2. The INCI name ‘resveratrol’ has been assigned to Veri-te™ resveratrol and we have a full safety dossier available.

3. It is odourless and an off-white colour making it very versatile for formulation.

4. There is significant scientific data suggesting that resveratrol’s antioxidant, anti- inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties can promote skin youthfulness and may help mild skin conditions such as acne.

In clinical studies Resveratrol has been seen to:

  • Reduce the depth of wrinkles
  • Improve skin elasticity and skin moisturisation
  • Significantly decrease the intensity of age spots and hyperpigmentation
  • Reduce oxidative stress
  • Help mild acne
  • Reduce the expression of certain pro-inflammatory cytokine genes. These genes are thought to be of major importance in the development of psoriasis.

 

References

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  6. Lee, T. H. et al. Inhibitory Effects of Resveratrol on Melanin Synthesis in Ultraviolet B-Induced Pigmentation in Guinea Pig Skin. Biomol Ther (Seoul). 22,35-40 (2014).
  7. Coenye, T. et al. Eradication of Propionibacterium acnes biofilms by plant extracts and putative identification of icariin, resveratrol and salidroside as active compounds. Phytomedicine. 19, 409–412 (2012).
  8. Kim, S. O. Y. et al. Resveratrol exerts growth inhibitory effects on human SZ95 sebocytes through the inactivation of the PI3-K / Akt pathway. Int J Mol Med. 35, 1042–1050 (2015).
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