Face sculpting with rosewood biofunctional

Ashland has developed a biofunctional from a rosewood extract designed to increase key influential markers involved in face sculpting, following ethnogenomic research in facial morphology and face sculpting. It is associated with seven visible skin benefits clinically proven

Liftyl™ biofunctional is a premium rosewood extract to visibly lift and redefine facial contours, and an alternative to retinol with similar-proven efficacy and no irritation side effects. The extract is based on the latest genomic research in facial morphology and face sculpting. Facial morphology refers to a series of many different complex traits, each influenced by genetic and environmental factors. The shape of the face is genetically determined, and much research has been devoted to the study of facial morphology genes.1

Recent work, including genome-wide association studies involving thousands of participants, has identified many genetic loci influencing facial shape and contours.2,3 Following comprehensive ethno-genomic research in facial morphology, the extract has been evaluated on key influential markers modulating facial morphology and clinically tested on Caucasian and Asian skin.

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