Stimulated by beauty rituals, the senses can also be awakened in the skin through unprecedented biological activity. Recent studies have shown the expression of epidermal receptors of smell and taste, whose stimulation favors cutaneous regeneration (cell proliferation, migration and differentiation).
Through the development of unprecedented in vitro models, Silab studied the impact of aging on the expression and functioning of these receptors. Silab contends that their regulation is disrupted in the course of aging.
By reconnecting old skin with its senses, Sensorialine favors epidermal regeneration.
In order to investigate the concept of sensoriality into the skin, Silab chose a raw material with a unique fragrance: coconut. Beyond its demonstrated efficacy (identification and extraction of specific molecules that bind to sensory receptors), the use of its flour, a co-product obtained from cold-pressing the white flesh of the coconut, highlights Silab’s strong commitment in terms of eco-responsibility.
The company is sourcing its materials from suppliers in Sri Lanka, favoring certified organic chains and production sites with good manufacturing practices label. Managing these supplies of coconut flour is the assurance of working with a traceable, secure and high quality raw material.
A patented active ingredient (INCI: Water and butylene glycol and Cocos nucifera (Coconut) fruit extract), Sensorialine is available in aqueous solution (recommended amount: 0.5 to 2.5%) and is compliant with international cosmetic regulations (Europe, US, Japan and China).
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