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The effects of incorporating resveratrol into skincare products and its differences from other raw ingredients

Resveratrol (*12)

Resveratrol

An Ingredient to Activate your Rejuvenation Genes

Resveratrol (*12) is a polyphenol found in grapes or in the skins of peanuts. Within Japan, it is found in kokemomo, a variety of lingonberry. Resveratrol has generated a great amount of interest because of it's anti-aging effects, including the activation of the sirtuin genes. It is an ingredient that is good for both beauty and health.

(*12) Pichia/resveratrol ferment extract (a skin-conditioning ingredient)

The Characteristics of Resveratrol (*12)

Beneficial if Eaten or Applied

Resveratrol (*12) is an ingredient found in fruits such as lingonberry, grapes, blueberries, and cranberries. It is also widely consumed via red wine, the skins of nuts, and also supplements.
A form of aging care (*8) that can be undertaken from the inside-out or the outside-in, it is effective through not only eating, but also by applying directly to the skin.
There are two types of resveratrol, trans-resveratrol and cis-resveratrol, with the trans-type best for anti-aging and creating a more youthful appearance. These trans-type compounds can be found in lingonberries and grapes.

(*8) anti-aging targeted skincare (*12) pichia/resveratrol ferment extract (a skin-conditioning ingredient)

Resveratrol's Effects on the Skin

Stop Aging and Create More Youthful Skin

Resveratrol (*12) also works to improve skin turnover, something essential for overall skin beauty. Turnover is the skin's regenerative cycle, the period when old dead skin cells flake off and new ones are created. Younger skin can complete this turnover in about 28 days, but this cycle gets longer as we age. Resveratrol (*12) can help speed up this turnover, leading to more beautiful, youthful skin.

(*12) Pichia/resveratrol ferment extract (a skin-conditioning ingredient)

Creates Beautiful Skin and Stops Rough Skin in Its Tracks

Resveratrol (*12) is said to have many positive effects, including those related to skincare. These effects can be achieved through not only consuming it, but also by applying it as a part of a skincare routine. It works to improve the skin's firmness, moisture-levels, increases clarity (*14), and reduces inflammation.

(*12) Pichia/resveratrol ferment extract (a skin-conditioning ingredient)
(*14) by improving the skin's overall texture

Effects on the Skin

  • Appear more youthful
  • Anti-aging effect (*8)
  • Moisturizing
  • Improve skin clarity (*14)
  • Reduce inflammation and redness

(*8) anti-aging targeted skincare
(*14) by improving the skin's overall texture

Summary

Resveratrol (*12) an Ingredient Good for Both Beauty and Health

Polyphenols, popular for their benefits for both beauty and health, include resveratrol (*12) a compound that is known for its health and rejuvenation effects. It is said to be able to improve blood circulation, moisturize the skin, and increase skin clarity (*14). I can be obtained through diet, but it is also effective when applied directly to the skin, so it is suitable for anti-aging care (*8).

(*8) anti-aging targeted skincare (*12) pichia/resveratrol ferment extract (a skin-conditioning ingredient) (*14) by improving the skin's overall texture

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