Supplier's Corner

New Data on Sederma’s Anti-Aging Active

September 4, 2013

New studies performed in 2013 on Venuceane, Sederma’s anti-aging active that offers ultraviolet (UV) protection, demonstrate it to be also highly efficient against InfraRed (IR)-aging, according to the company. Both UV and IR induce skin damage but in different ways. An efficient IR protection requires specialized strategies that involve an adaptive response to increased heat (specific to IR radiation) and the counteraction of IR-induced ROS production.

Derived by biotechnology, Venuceane, is a ferment that is rich in multifunctional and stable enzymes.

In addition, it also complies with Chinese regulations for cosmetics ingredients. By giving a “red card” for infrared, Venuceane fights IR-aging.

More info: (33) 1 34 841010; sederma@sederma.frwww.sederma.fr
In the US: sederma-usa@croda.comwww.crodausa.com
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