During ageing, as well as under stress situations, the cellular energy of the skin, and its vitality, decrease, causing what it is known as energetic ageing
The new active Olea Vitae PLF (INCI name: Olea Europaea (Olive) Callus Culture Lysate) made from plant stem cells of wild olive tree sprouts, achieves the activation of the energetic rejuvenation cycles, through a new mechanism of action: the stimulation of mitochondrial synapses. This active represents the first generation of biomimetic plant cell membrane lipids: the Phyto-Lipidic Fractions (PLF), with a unique lipidic composition, that stimulates the communication between mitochondria, to boost the energy and vitality levels of the epidermal cells, increasing the production of structural proteins to obtain a clear anti-wrinkle, firming and repairing effect. Several in vitroand in vivostudies were performed to support these claims.
Ageing affects our cellular energy levels. Just like the batteries of an electronic device, our cells have a programmed obsolescence, intimately linked to our skin vitality, which causes energetic ageing. There is a decrease of the available cellular energy, because aged cells are not able to properly recharge their internal energy.
Mitochondria are in charge of generating the cell energy, and especially, as it has been recently discovered, when they are fused. But with age, as well as other factors such as stress or lack of sleep, there is a decrease of mitochondrial biogenesis and their ability to communicate with each other, establishing balanced mitochondrial interactions.
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