What if you could rebalance the distribution between C. acnes acneic and non-acneic strains?
Decreasing the Cutibacterium acnes (C. acnes) quantity is no longer key to clearing acne, but rebalancing its distribution between acneic and non-acneic strains is. Dendriclear™ selectively targets acneic C. acnes strains to recover a healthier microbiome and reduce the appearance of acne lesions.
Although the causes of acne are multifactorial, the involvement of microbiota is undeniable, particularly concerning the role played by C. acnes. Using advanced metagenomic technology, our knowledge about this bacterium has recently evolved to include a new understanding of its mode of action, which offers a new strategic perspective in the battle against acne.
Decreasing the C. acnes quantity is no longer key to clearing acne, but rebalancing its distribution between acneic and non-acneic strains is. The recovery of acnebiome™ (microbiome related to acne) homeostasis by Dendriclear™ decreases skin bacterial aggression and reduces the induced immuno-inflammatory response attested by a decrease in the production of inflammatory mediators. It also prevents hyperkeratinization and maintains a healthy stratum corneum structure.
Clinically proven, Dendriclear™ rebalances the acnebiome™ of acne-prone skin to recover a healthier profile, decreases sebum production and reduces the appearance of acne lesions and blemishes.
For the first time, a cosmetic ingredient uses the dendrimer technology. Dendrimers are dendritic polymers characterized by a three-dimensional branched molecular structure for a higher efficacy than linear chain structures. Synthesized from naturally derived lysine amino acids with a green chemistry process, Dendriclear™ also presents itself as a sustainable strategy.
Picture: Dendriclear™ gently reduces the appearance of acne blemishes for clear and flawless skin.
This innovative mechanism of action has been recently published as a research article in the journal Experimental Dermatology.
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