Supplier's Corner

Degussa Offers Anti-Aging Skin Care Ingredient

November 22, 2005

Skin can be affected by its constant expo- sure to the environment, such as pollution, solar radiation and UV light. Antioxidants help repair the skin, but during aging, that reparative process slows down, according to executives at Degussa.
To help combat this problem, the company offers Tego Cosmo C 100. The ingredient includes creatine for a cell-energizing effect, according to executives. An increased cellular protein content is the result. Tego Cosmo C 100 also protects the skin against irritation by preventing cell membrane damage.
More info: Ute Wollenweber, Degussa, (49) 201-173-2544; E-mail: ute.wollenweber@degussa.com.
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