In the new efficacy assessment, the volunteers with signs of dry skin and wrinkles were asked to spend one hour a day outdoors in cold weather conditions. During 30 days, they applied a cream with 1% Antarcticine marine ingredient C on one side of the face and a placebo on the other, twice a day.
The participants experienced a significant increase in moisturization after one week, reaching 13.5% after 15 days. The transepidermal water loss (TEWL) level decreased 12.1% after 15 days and 14.7% after 30 days. The red complexion, a very common result of the skin being exposed to cold, was reduced significantly in all measurements, and a more toned and compact skin appearance was observed.
In addition, the skin was smoother at the end of the treatment as wrinkle depth and volume decreased 10.6% and 9.3%, respectively.
This new data reinforces Antarcticine marine ingredient’s capacity to protect and rejuvenate the skin exposed to severe cold conditions.
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