Enhancing emotional wellbeing with plant cells

Turmeria Zen from turmeric stem cells acts against stress wrinkles and significantly increases the wellbeing and hydration of stressed skin, say Vytrus

ABSTRACT

Stress has an impact on skin and general appearance that ranges from dryness or wrinkles to more serious conditions, such as psoriasis or atopic dermatitis. Curcuma Longa (turmeric) callus lysate is a multiactive ingredient from turmeric stem cells that acts against stress wrinkles, working as an emotional wellbeing manager and as a modulator of the brain-skin connection. Several in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo assays were carried out to demonstrate the efficacy of the active ingredient.

Traditionally, the skin reactions targeted by cosmetic products have always been linked to external factors, physiological reasons, molecular interactions or biomedical causes. Nowadays there is a new holistic approach, considering how humans are affected by emotions and specifically how negative emotions have an adverse impact on skin. This has given place to psycho-dermatology1 , which considers all aspects of brain-skin interaction2 .

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