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Nutriactive SKIN

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The  Nutriactive SKIN is a new generation product whose finality is maintaining, rigenerate and illuminate the skin, considering the latter no as a organ to be treat but that need to be nourished, and that need the activation of different functional parameters that feature it and that ensure his permanent regeneration.

The Nutriactive SKIN product is then a nutritional product that involves entirely the skin and that has the purpose to maintain its function of protection, its softness,its integrity and its brightness.

Nutriactive Skin guarantees skin regeneration by focusing on three essential functions:

  • The function that is part of the quality, the balance and growth of keratinocytes
  • The regeneration and secretion function of collagen and melanin
  • The function of nourishment and purification that acts on the vasculature and on the anti-radical defense

This nutritional action makes Nutriactive Skin a new product and the first product of the new generation of active products useful to the skin, because conceived for the deep regeneration and not only for its repair. It’s about a product that is  complementary to classic products whose effect is limited to the correction and compensation of alteration and skin damage, and in a minor tone, to the global regeneration of this organ. Nutriactive Skin offers a global beauty treatment thanks to its complementary action.

Way of use

  • From 2 to 6 capsules a day;( open the capsules and allow the granules contained in them to dissolve above the tongue)

Nutritional strategy and composition

  1. Stimulates optimal production of the keratin
  • Goog balance of  keratinociti; ornitina, estrogeni, valina, arginina, soia, germe di grano, noci, triptofano (melatonina)
  • Good quantity of the keratin that promotes good skin cohesion: vitamin B6 that is essential to the keratin synthesis, the zinc and the rameche promote the incorporation of sulphured amino acids at the level of keratin
  • Incorporation of amino acids at the level of keratin
  • The vitamins B5 and B8 that together regulate the sebum

 

  1. Strengthens the regeneration and secretion of collagen and melanin
  • melanin secretion: phenylalanine, a precursor of tyrosine which is a precursor of melanin in melanocytes, wheat germ, royal jelly, zinc and copper
  • the enzyme tironisani is a cuproproteina, together with the cofactors of the tyrosine: vitamin B3, vitamin B9, zinc
  • Optimal cellular exchange: calcium-magnesium, polyunsaturated fatty acids: avocado, apricot and wheat germ oil
  • Good regeneration and hydration of the skin: quality of the corneocytes. Valina, polyunsaturated fatty acids: borage oil, argan oil, raspberry seed oil, camellia oil;
  • Good quality of collagen: glutamine (rapid renewal cell energy substrate), lysine (collagen precursor), vitamin C, iron, wheat germ

 

  1. It insures the permanent process of balance and skin regeneration
  • Good vascularization: pomace concentrate
  • Good anti free radicals defence: beta carotene, superoxide dismutase, zinc, manganese, selenium, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, pomace concentrate, oligomeric procyanidins, elements that limit skin aging

 

Microelements formulation

  • Soy
  • Wheat germ
  • Hazelnut – corylus avellana
  • Royal jelly
  • Borage oil – oleum borrago officinalis
  • Raspberry seed oil – rubus idaeus
  • Argan oil – argania spinosa
  • Camelina oil – camelina sativa
  • Marc concentrate
  • Zinc
  • Manganese
  • Cooper
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Selenium
  • Vitamin A,E,C,B3,B5,B6,B8,B9

 

 

 

  • Soy

The soy is rich of phytoestrogens, such as genistein, daidzein and glycitin. Those phytoestrogeni place a stimulating action on fibroblasts, that produce collagen and elastin, fibrils with the function of skin tissue support. They act also on the process of cutaneous thinning and on the loss of elasticity. It is rich of iron, zinc, calcium that partecipate to the epidermis cell renovation and its regeneration.

  • Wheat germ -  triticum vulgare germinatum

The wheat germ is rich of vitamin E that favors the skin hydration and prevents premature aging thanks to the neutralization function of free radicals. The wheat germ participates in the tissue regeneration process.

  • Hazelnut

The hazelnut is very rich of trace elements such as: manganese, zinc, vitamin E with antioxidant properties. It contains copper, that is essential to the production of melanocytes that promote the pigmentation of the epidermis and the protection of cells against oxidative stress. The hazelnut contains vitamin B6 that contributes to the normal synthesis of cysteine (natural alpha lipoic acid that participates in the synthesis of melanin, the natural pigment of the skin and hair) and regulates hormonal activity. It is also rich in vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid that participates in the synthesis and normal metabolism of steroid hormones and vitamin D. The hazelnut is rich in phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium.

  • Royal jelly

The royal jelly is rich of numerous amino acids, among which, eight are essential amino acids. It is rich of tyrosine that promotes the synthesis of melanin. It i salso rich of minerals and  trace elements such as calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sulfur. The royal jelly contains a specific fatty acid, 10- 2- hydroxydecanoic acid (10-2- HDA), which limits the aging of the organism. Royal jelly has antioxidant properties, promotes cell growth and regeneration.

  • Borage oil – oleum borago officinalis

The borage oil is rich of essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic gamma acid, linoleic acid), anthocyanins (delphinidin and cyanidine) and flavonoids (kaempferol, quercetin) with antioxidant properties. The borage oil improves skin tone, delaying skin aging.

 

  • Raspberry seed oil – rubus idaeus

The raspberry seed oil is very rich of vitamin E, antioxidants (gallic acid) and carotenoids. It is also rich of omega 3 (alpha linoleic) and omega 6 (linoleic gamma). It has very effective antioxidant properties.

  • Argan oil – argania spinosa

The argan oil contains more than 80% of unsaturated fatty acids: the 45% of oleic acid (omega-9) and 36% of linoleic acid (omega-6). It is very rich in sterols, phenolic compounds, squalene and carotenoids, vitamin A and E. The sterols improve the microcirculation of the skin. Fatty acids strengthen the barrier function of the skin and preserve cellular exchanges, have an action on the agility and elasticity of the skin. Argan oil plays a protective, revitalizing, healing and antioxidant action.

  • Camelina oil- camelina sativa

The camelina oil is very rich of fatty acids: in fact it contains 30% of oleic and gadoleic acids (Omega 9), and is very rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids: from 30% to 35% of linolenic acid (Omega 3) and from 20% to 30% of linoleic acids (Omega 6 ). This type of oil is rich of vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) , phytosterols, provitamin A; It also has powerful antioxidant properties that protect the skin and nourishing, regenerating, repairing and anti-aging properties.

  • Marc concentrate

The marc concentrate is rich in polyphenols (OPC - OligomeriProCianidolici). Polyphenols have powerful antioxidant properties that protect, regenerate and prevent skin aging.

  • Zinc

Almost 1% of the human genome codifies for some zinc finger proteins (with zinc fingers) that play an important role in the regulation of gene expression. The zinc requirements is increased at the level of the epidermis; it is essential to the growth and renewal of the tissues. The zinc is a element that is essential for cell growth, the metabolism of nucleic acid, the synthesis of proteins in the formation of collagen, as well as the synthesis of carbohydrates and lipids. It insures the optimal cell function of the epidermis and it helps to active the process of multiplication of keratinocytes that promote the structural quality of the epidermis. The zinc has an healing and restoring effect of the collagen. It serves to activate more than 200 enzymes and contributes to the synthesis of Dna, the normal metabolism of fatty acids and vitamin A. The zinc, as a hormonal cofactor, promotes the activation of growth hormones, gonads. As an antioxidant,prevents free radicals and aging.

  • Manganese

The manganese has antioxidant properties; it participates to the formation of the collagen with the zinc.

  • Copper

The copper is necessary to the production superoxide dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant enzyme. It contributes to the production of melanin, responsible for skin and hair pigmentation. It promotes the formation of proteins, which improves the regeneration of collagen and epidermis’ elastin. It also promotes the healing and the toning of the skin.

  • Calcium

The calcium promotes the formation, differentiation, as well as the continuous renewal of the keratinocytes. It participates to the production of many essential proteins, and it is essential to cell renewal. The calcium promotes the pace of growth of keratinocytes and their maturity; it also promotes the differentiation by controlling the genes that ensure this cohesion with their mechanism that ensures the integrity of tissues.

  • Magnesium

The magnesium regulates, with the calcium, ion exchanges between cells. It is indispensable to the proper functioning of the autonomic nervous system.

 

  • Selenium

The selenium has fundamentals antioxidant properties. It participates in the activity of several antioxidant enzymes that provide protection to the cells of the epidermis.

  • Vitamin A, E, C

The vitamins A, E, C are antioxidant vitamins. They protect and repair the skin. The vitamin A stimulates melanocytes. Vitamin C is essential to collagen production.

 

 

  • Vitamin B3

The Vitamin B3 stimulates the synthesis of keratin, a component of the stratum corneum of the epidermis and hair. Vitamin B3 participates in the synthesis of sex hormones (progesterone and estrogen).

  • Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 is delaying the effects of aging of the skin. It promotes the growth and the resistance of the skin and mucous membranes.

  • Vitamin B6

The vitamin B6 stimulates the synthesis of keratin.

  • Vitamin B8

The vitamin B8 protects the skin, mucous membranes and nails. It prevents hair loss.

  • Vitamin B9

The folate play a key role in cell division. Vitamin B9 promotes the regeneration of the epidermis.

 

 

Format: jar of 60 capsules

 

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