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Japanese White Turmeric Leaf & Root Extract

Keeps the skin firm, fine-pored and supple.

Japanese Spring Turmeric Leaf Extract

Helps to brighten, even skin tone and lighten pigmentation.

APPS

Highly stabilised oil-and-water soluble Vitamin C for collagen synthesis and skin brightening.

Lipodisq®

Researched in top universities to bring key actives into deeper layers of the skin.

Japanese White Turmeric
Leaf & Root Extract (Patented)


Firms & Tightens Skin
    
Reduces Fine Lines & Wrinkles    Reduces Pore Size    Makes Skin Soft & Supple

Reduces Dryness By Protecting Hyaluronic Acid

White Turmeric

Scientific Name
Curcuma Zedoaria

Main Components
Curcumenone, Curcarabranol, 4s-Dihydrocurcumenone
and Labdane-type Diterpene

100% Inhibition in the Degradation of Hyaluronic Acid (In-Vitro)

Researched  Conducted By Kindai University, JAPAN


Stimulation Of Cell Reproduction Up To 61%

Japanese Spring Turmeric
Leaf Extract (Patented)


Brightens Skin Tone
    
Evens Skin Tone    Lighten Pigmentation    Lighten Acne Scarring    Reduce Redness

Effectively Suppresses Tyrosinase Activity, A Melanin Producer

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Inhibits Melanin Activity By 88%, Causing A Brightening Effect

Researched  Conducted By Kindai University, JAPAN


White Turmeric

Scientific Name
Curcuma Aromatica

Main Components
Curcumenone, Curudione, Neocrudione, Curcumol

APPS


High Stability From Oxidation    Released Intra-dermally As Ascorbic Acid    Penetrates Skin Due To Low Hydrophilicity

Soluble Both In Oil and Water

White Turmeric

Scientific Name
Trisodium Ascorbyl 6-Palmitate 2-Phosphate

Wrinkle Improvements By APPS

Stimulation Of Collagen Synthesis Even At Low Concentration

AG = Normal V-C


APPS Concentration In Skin Cell

Lipodisq®


A patented, state of the art dermal delivery system, researched by Oxford University, Stockholm University, Max Plank Institute, and many others, and designed to transport actives between skin cells more than 10 times in comparison to normal liposomes, bringing actives where its most effective.

Electron microscope image of Lipodisq® (x100 000)
(Birmingham University, JACS 2009)