Supplier's Corner

Sepilift Delivers in Anti-Aging Study

July 12, 2007

Seppic has published new studies to further support the performance of Sepilift DPHP, a dipalmitoyl hydroxy proline lipovector. This anti-wrinkle ingredient moisturizes the skin and reduced the appearance of the visible signs of aging.

The new anti-aging, in vivo study was performed on 20 volunteers to evaluate the efficacy of the product versus a well-known benchmark lipopeptide. In comparison, the Sepilift DPHP had produced significant results while the lipopeptide at 3% did not show statistical anti-aging effects.

At a 1% use level, Sepilift DPHP has induced a statistically strong reduction of wrinkles compared to the placebo (-32%) and to the benchmark lipopeptide (-16%).

More info: www.seppic.com.
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