Well-Aging-Wunderwaffe: Für was ist Resveratrol gut?

Well-aging miracle weapon: What is resveratrol good for?

Resveratrol is one of the polyphenols and can be found in many plants and plant foods such as grapes and Japanese knotweed. You can find out what resveratrol is still good for today and what importance the active ingredient has for skin care in the following article.

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The active ingredient “resveratrol” is being talked about more and more frequently these days. But what exactly is behind the active ingredient and what makes it so special?

Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol - a substance found in plants. The natural function of resveratrol is to protect plants from stress, UV light or infections - like a natural protective shield. Today, the herbal active ingredient is increasingly used in skin care to protect our skin from harmful environmental influences and prevent premature skin aging. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects of resveratrol are particularly important. Free radicals are effectively neutralized to protect the skin from oxidative stress and prevent damage to skin cells and the skin barrier. Our skin cells stay young and active for longer and wrinkles are also sustainably reduced. The result: firm and youthful skin. Resveratrol is also suitable for sensitive or damaged skin.

Resveratrol is good for our skin

Resveratrol strengthens the skin's antioxidant system

Resveratrol supports the skin's antioxidant system via two different mechanisms: As a powerful antioxidant, resveratrol effectively neutralizes free radicals and thus protects against damage to the skin cells. In addition, resveratrol increases the body's antioxidant capacity by promoting the production of the body's own antioxidants.

Resveratrol inhibits irritation-promoting enzymes

Resveratrol reduces the formation of factors that are responsible for irritation-promoting processes in the skin. The skin reacts to this by reducing skin redness and irritation.

Resveratrol protects the production of collagen

Oxidative stress caused by free radicals directly affects the existing collagen structures and leads to the breakdown of the protein. At the same time, the production of collagen in the skin is inhibited. Resveratrol protects the skin's own collagen synthesis, which visibly tightens the skin contours and smoothes fine lines and wrinkles.

It's not for nothing that the active ingredient is called a miracle cure for well-aging!

Resveratrol is only partially water-soluble, which makes it difficult in cosmetics to provide the active ingredient in a suitable concentration that is effective for the skin. Thanks to our unique, patented technology, we are able to safely store the natural properties of resveratrol in its most active form and deliver it to the skin in an effective concentration.

Only this form is able to effectively bind free radicals so that they cannot attack or even damage any structures in the human body. In our laboratory, we can accurately measure the proportion of active resveratrol molecules and use only these in our formulation to deliver them to the skin at an effective concentration - for maximum effectiveness and proven results:

  • The skin's antioxidant defense system is strengthened by up to 35% from the first application.
  • After 8 weeks, the skin is 46% firmer and more supple and the depth of wrinkles has decreased by 10%.

Our tips for using resveratrol:

  1. Always use Resveratrol Concentrate or Resveratrol Concentrate Eye in the evening to ensure maximum effectiveness. It can develop its antioxidant and regenerating effects particularly well at night.
  2. After cleansing, apply a pump of the product to the skin (face, neck if necessary, décolleté) or to the eye area and pat it in gently.
  3. If your skin needs extra moisture, apply a nourishing night cream afterwards.

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