The circadian rhythm resynchronizer inspired by Nobel Prize

The circadian rhythm resynchronizer inspired by Nobel Prize

19 Sep 2018, 16:15 - 16:45

Technical Seminars Theatre
Language:
English

Stress and exposure to blue light can disrupt the skin’s 24-hour clock - or “circadian rhythm”, leading skin to be more prone to aggressions. Inspired by Nobel Prize, B-Circadin™ resynchronizes the skin’s well-being clock altered by stressful lifestyles.

Extracting from Lespedeza capitata from South-Korea traditionally used for its medicinal properties, B-Circadin™ acts on global skin well-being: skin is less tired, complexion rapidly improved.

After one and four weeks, skin radiance of volunteers having deregulated lifestyle (working at night) was improved. After 4 days for people looking at screens at nights.

Contributors

  • Julie Droux

    Speaker

    Senior Technical Marketing Specialist

    Clariant

    Julie DROUX is Senior Technical Marketing Specialist at Clariant Active Ingredients, a business segment specialized in active ingredients development...

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