Supplier's Corner

Silab Repairs Skin Cells with Longevicell and Adaptonyl

January 10, 2007

To revive cellular metabolism and overcome the deficiencies of the skin, Silab introduced Longevicell, a cell regenerator. Obtained from myrtle for its rejuvenating virtues, Longevicell slows senescence markers and dermal degeneration by acting on longevity, controlling intercellular communication and preserving the function of skin tissues.

Longevicell acts on the molecular mechanisms involved in cell and tissue longevity and stimulates SIRT-1 synthesis while regulating and reorganizing cell-to-cell communication. Longevicell also blocks the phenomenon of protein glycation, which offers skin “a new youth” when used in anti-aging products, according to Silab.

Adaptonyl is based on Ayurvedic folk medicine and is developed from ashwagandha, Indian ginseng. The oldest medical care system in the world, Ayurveda is the science of life and longevity that strengthens components of natural equilibria in order to maintain the health and happiness of an individual.

Adaptonyl ensures the regeneration of stressed cells in extreme conditions by reactivating their development. It also limits the degradation of the dermal matrix and restores the integrity of the barrier function. Adaptonyl helps skin adapt to extreme stress by boosting cell recovery and reinforcing skin protection systems. More info: www.silab.com
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