SPF booster developed from NASA research

Delavie Sciences researched the effects of space travel on the human body with NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), such as ageing. Organisms were researched aboard the International Space Station for 18 months, and one microorganism stood out for its ability to withstand the harsh environment of outer space

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Delavie Sciences began researching the effects of space travel on the human body with NASA JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory). The goal was to reduce their harming effects such as ageing. Organisms were researched abord the International Space Station for 18 months, and one microorganism stood out for its ability to withstand the harsh environment of outer space. With expertise in extremophiles, Delavie Sciences performed years of research and development to characterize the organism and create a product. The product, known as Bacillus Lysate, has the ability to block/absorb UV radiation. It also significantly reduces UVA-induced ROS levels, activates DNA repair enzymes, reverses advancedglycation end products (AGE) and stimulates hyaluronic acid production. Exposure to extreme environments can push organisms to their limits and result in impressive outcomes

Skin cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in the world and the incidence continues to increase year-over-year.1 Sun exposure is generally highest for individuals under 21 years of age, with 25-50% of a person’s ultraviolet (UV) exposure occurring during childhood. It is estimated that children receive three times the amount of annual UV exposure than adults.2

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