Skincare: uniting clinical proof with perception

CLR Berlin shares the results of in vitro studies into an active ingredient based on an extract of the red alga Galdieria sulphuraria. The active was shown to slow down the ageing process under simulated stress conditions


The consumer’s mindset concerning skin ageing has dramatically evolved over the last 10 years. ‘Successful ageing’ and ‘better ageing’ have taken over from ‘antiageing’.1,2,3

The skin ageing process has many facets. The consumer, however, is mostly interested in the visible signs of skin ageing and wants skincare products to provide effective support. Scientific literature tells us that there are three main factors in this context: skin topography (lines and wrinkles), evenness of skin colouration and ptosis/sagging.4,5,6,7

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