Vegetable-derived Tightening Active

Jul 16, 2008 | Contact Author | By: Katie Schaefer
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Title: Vegetable-derived Tightening Active
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Sederma has introduced a tightening active of vegetable origin. Dynalift (INCI: not provided) forms an invisible, stretching film on the surface of the skin to provide an immediate and durable tightening effect (see Figure 1). A clinical study was conducted on 23 panelists of the average age of 50, with an application of a serum containing 7% of the active. After 65 min., the tightening and smoothing effects were confirmed with various evaluation techniques (see Figure 2).

The tightening and film-forming effect of the active is said to provide significantly smooth micro- and macro-relief. Immediately after application and after 1 hr, the micro-depressionary network became less visible (5 min: -55%; 1 hr: -62%) and wrinkles decreased by more than 23%.

Sederma recommends the product for women's makeup and antiaging face and body care. It also recommends the product for men's toning, anti-fatigue and refreshing products. For more information, visit www.sederma.fr.

Figure 1. Immediate and durable tightening effect was observed with the product.

Figure 2. After 65 min., tightening and smoothing effects were confirmed

    
           Before                                 After 5 min.