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'Chill' and Relax with Mibelle’s Lipobelle Pino C

Contact Author Michele Behrens
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Lipobelle Pino C (INCI: Pinus Cembra Wood Extract (and) Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil (and) Cannabis Sativa Leaf Extract (and) Lecithin (and) Alcohol (and) Pentylene Glycol (and) Tocopherol (and) Water (Aqua)) is CBD encapsulated in a nanoemulsion of organic hemp seed oil and combined with a Swiss stone pine extract. Lipobelle Pino C improves the tone and texture of the skin of the face for a relaxed look.

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Lipobelle Pino C is a phyto-complex with encapsulated CBD that has been designed for cosmetic applications. This is done in two ways—the CBD is first encapsulated into a nanoemulsion to improve both its formulability in cosmetic products and its bioavailability into the skin and then the encapsulated CBD is combined with a Swiss stone pine extract, which fights inflammation. This combination offers a calming effect along with its anti-inflammatory benefits.

In vitro, Lipobelle Pino C was reported by Mibelle to be more efficient than CBD alone in reducing inflammation in skin cells following strong oxidative stress, and accelerating tissue regeneration after a wound.

Clinical studies showed the ingredient’s capacity to improve the skin tone by reducing the content in hemoglobin and melanin in the face; smooth the skin in different areas of the face, i.e. cheeks, eye contour and forehead; and relax facial tension.

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In a study with 41 volunteers, aged 38-65, with an emulsion of 2% Lipobelle Pino C, the ingredient was applied twice daily for 28 days on the face to test skin roughness on the cheeks and number of wrinkles on crow’s feet area.

The results for skin smoothness were measured using the 3D image system, AEVA-HE and the relaxing effect was evaluated using the 3D system, VECTRA XT. 3D images were performed and analyzed using a method called “markerless tracking,” which detects and visualizes all changes on the skin surface that occurred during the treatment.

It was reported in a smoothing effect, the number of wrinkles was reduced by 28% and skin roughness was reduced by 6.5%. It was also reported for the relaxing effect, there was a reduction of the oval perimeter by 1.3% and an increase in skin volume on the cheeks by 5.8%.

For more information, contact Mibelle Biochemistry.

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