COVER STORY: Novel neuroactive for skin and emotional wellbeing

In recent years, the world has faced many environmental, political and economical challenges, that cause stress and anxiety, affecting people’s mental wellbeing and, in turn, their skin. Stress can cause and exacerbate skin imperfections such as rashes, acne, and eczema, which can lead to personal discomfort and further impair emotional wellbeing.

To address these concerns, Mibelle Biochemistry has developed TiMOOD™, a new active ingredient, which has been clinically proven to improve skin complexion and positively affect emotional wellbeing.

TiMOOD™ is derived from timut pepper, a plant that grows in the high altitudes of the Himalayas and is used as a spice in local cuisine. It has a characteristic citrus flavour and a tingling sensation on the tongue, similar to Sichuan pepper

Timut pepper has a long history of medicinal use, including the treatment of depression, gastrointestinal and digestive disorders, as well as toothaches, skin irritation, and wounds. Previous research has shown that oral intake of timut pepper can improve cognitive functions such as learning and memory.

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