Active ingredient for smiling beauty

Roelmi HPC has developed an active ingredient from enzymatic technology that fights low cellular energy levels and recharges the skin’s natural ecosystem to leave it looking younger and more radiant

The viability of skin cells is a highly significant factor in cosmetics. Skin ageing and the resulting blemishes are known to be related with a decline of energy, which can typically be measured on the basis of the amount of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) produced by mitochondria. 

In fact, when skin cells lose their vigour, a loss of vitality makes for dull and tired complexion; as a result, ageing signs are highlighted and expression lines appear. To remedy the problem of cell ageing, it is therefore necessary to formulate compounds able to stimulate the viability of skin cells, enhancing cellular energy.

The basis for youthful skin complexion

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