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BiotechMarine Launches Marine, Seaweed Actives
Posted: June 29, 2007
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In another skin care product, Aster maritima (sea starwort) is incorporated to reduce redness and blotchiness. Incorporated in an oil, the active is aimed at skin with fragile a capillary network. It is reported to be effective by acting on blood micro-circulation by inhibiting PGE2 and CGRP release. Lastly, it also has an anti-inflammatory action. According to the company, this active ingredient is adapted to treatments that decrease the effects of menopause on skin.
To slow skin aging, Limonium latifolium (sea lavender) is utilized and takes aim at mature skin since it offers anti-inflammatory as well as a regenerating action. According to the company, the ingredient generates better skin cohesion, increases skin defenses and provides a nourishing effect.
Matricatia amaritima (sea mayweed) is claimed to relax and soothe skin, reducing expression lines and bringing skin comfort as well as a feeling of well-being.
Finally, Alaria esculenta was used to develop the company’s Kalpariane product, said to help skin to combat elastase and collagenase. It reinforces the hydrolipidic barrier and provides suppleness and elasticity to the skin, according to the company; thus, it prevents stretch marks and wrinkles.
For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.biotechmarine.com.