Chronoaging, photoaging and inflammaging are the three main causes of aging that can now be addressed at the same time by an innovative active ingredient. Called Epseama™, this extract of Laminaria japonica, a brown seaweed known as the “superfood of the sea”, is the result of a groundbreaking research conducted by Clariant Active Ingredient and its partner BioSpectrum. It targets the long non-coding RNA “nc886”, which levels of expression are directly linked to aging.
Epseama demonstrated outstanding performances in the treatment of difficult-to-remove nasolabial wrinkles, decreasing them by 19% in volume and 10% in roughness. It also decreased spots by 10% and increased skin moisture by 14.2%, for a rejuvenated look.
For more information please visit http://www.clariant.com/epseama.
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