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[video] Mimicking Skin Proteins to Build Barrier Integrity for Pre-aging, Aging Benefits

Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, in collaboration with the Infinity Institute, discovered a new skin protein that is part of the Late Cornified Envelope (LCE) protein family. According to Anne Zibi Elbaz, senior product line manager of active ingredients for the company, mimicking this protein's activity can strengthen the corneocyte envelope. Register to watch and learn more.
Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, in collaboration with the Infinity Institute, discovered a new skin protein that is part of the Late Cornified Envelope (LCE) protein family. According to Anne Zibi Elbaz, senior product line manager of active ingredients for the company, mimicking this protein's activity can strengthen the corneocyte envelope. Register to watch and learn more.
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Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, in collaboration with the Infinity Institute, discovered a new skin protein, LCE6A, that is part of the Late Cornified Envelope (LCE) protein family. According to Anne Zibi Elbaz, senior product line manager of active ingredients for the company, mimicking LCE6A protein activity can strengthen the corneocyte envelope, resulting in a more resilient epidermal barrier. The company recently launched a new active that does just that: Corneopeptyl (INCI: Glycerin (and) Water (Aqua) (and) Hexapeptide-9).

See related: Lucas Meyer Cosmetics' Corneopeptyl Future Proof's Older & Younger Skin

As Zibi Elbaz explains, in this sponsored video, Corneopeptyl improves skin barrier function for both young and aged skin, reducing skin permeability and water loss. This, in turn, future-proofs the skin by reducing the appearance of aging signs like wrinkles; decreasing skin roughness; and increasing skin tonicity and hydration. Clinical data and a novel AI-powered avatar demonstrate these benefits.

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