Supplier's Corner

Natural Actives Big at Silab

June 6, 2013

• Detoxification is closely associated with good health, according to Silab. Regarding cosmetics, how does a company design an appropriate skin care strategy to fight against pollutants’ harmfulness or to maintain healthy skin? Based on its expertise in the field of engineering natural active ingredients, Silab proposes two complementary approaches.

To avoid deleterious effects from pollutants by trapping toxic molecules or free radicals, try Detoxyl or Apolluskin. Bioprotectyl prevents their propagation, according to Silab. 

Also, Defensine and Celldetox reinforce cell detoxification. In particular, Celldetox acts on the autophagy, the self-recycling machinery of the cell components, in charge of limiting the accumulation of damages. This mechanism increases longevity to cells.

By providing direct anti-free radical solutions or by stimulating natural endogenous mechanisms, Silab proposes a unique program of detoxification to prevent premature skin aging.

More info: www.silab.fr
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