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Royal Jelly-based Peptide from Mibelle


Visit stand L30 to learn more about RoyalEpigen P5.

Mibelle Biochemistry (L30) will present RoyalEpigen P5, a biologically active peptide based on the epigenetic science of royal jelly. Honeybee workers and queens greatly differ in appearance, life span and behavior, despite sharing exactly the same DNA, notes Mibelle. The reason for these differences are epigenetic changes in the queen bee that are evoked by the feeding of royal jelly. Recent scientific findings have shown that the component of royal jelly which drives queen bee development is the protein royalactin. RoyalEpigen P5 was designed to use this power of royalactin to rejuvenate the skin.

RoyalEpigen P5 was shown to stimulate the activity of the proteasome to reduce the accumulation of aged proteins, according to Mibelle. Additionally, RoyalEpigen P5 maintains the regenerative potential of skin cells even in an aging environment. In a placebo-controlled clinical trial, RoyalEpigen P5 increased epidermal cell renewal and smoothness for a refined skin texture and a youthful, even complexion.

More info: Sandra Meister, Mibelle Group Biochemistry, Mibelle AG; Buchs, Switzerland; Tel: +41 62 836 17 31; Email:; Website: