Results show that exposure to screen light damages the energetic machinery of skin cells and weakens their mobility and communication properties, resulting in an increased cellular fatigue. At the skin surface, the complexion appears faded and lacks vitality.
EnergiNius protects skin cells from screen-emitted artificial visible light. The mitochondrial network is preserved from fragmentation, allowing full normalization of ATP production. The mobility and communication properties of fibroblasts are no longer affected by screen light exposure. Strongly reinforced, the skin is visibly revived and the signs of fatigue disappear. Clinically tested by over 200 panelists, its efficacy has been clearly perceived on Asian and Caucasian skins.
Derived from Indian Ginseng (Withania somnifera) roots, EnergiNius is organic certified and obtained using the highly innovative NaDES technology. Its phytochemical composition (withanolids and amino acids) supports its high level of efficacy.
EnergiNius will be presented at in-cosmetics global in Amsterdam on April 17-19 on Gattefossé Booth E18.