The skin has a remarkable ability to renew itself through a cellular regeneration process that replaces skin layers, but as part of the natural aging process cells begin to regenerate more slowly. Lost or dying cells begin to outnumber their regenerated counterparts, which likely leads to common signs of aging, such as rhytids and laxity. Additionally, ultraviolet (UV) radiation causes damage to the skin, including photoaging, inflammation, erythema, sunburn and cancers.
Photoaging is characterized by wrinkles, altered pigmentation and loss of skin tone. Plant stem cell science has been shown to effectivelly counter many of the problems occuring from the aging process, Sanalife products are based on specific genus of plant focusing on specific aging skin symptoms.
Jillian Kposmima Regen Anti Wrinkle Cream
Jillian Kposmima Stem Cell Science
Eryngium Maritimum ST is an exclusive eryngium plant cell culture that boosts regeneration of aging skin, it increases elastin and collagen synthesis and regulates epidermus renewal.
Crithmum Maritimum ST is an exclusive Sea Fennel stem cell culture with specific skin lightening and wound healing properties, it helps regulate inflammation and synthesis of collagen, proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans.
Aquaxyl offers the 3D hydration hydraconcept for the circulation of moisture throughout all skin layers and boosting hyaluronic acid.
Eryngium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae. There are about 250 species and has a distribution with the center of diversity in South America. Common names include eryngo and amethyst sea holly. Many species of Eryngium have been used as food and medicine. Cultures worldwide have used Eryngium extracts as anit-inflammatory agents. Eryngium yields an essential oil and contains many kinds of terpenoids, saponins, flavonoids, coumarins and steroids.
Crithmum is a genus of flowering plant with the sole species Crithmum maritimum, known as samphire, rock samphire, or sea fennel. Rock samphire is an edible wild plant. It is found on southern and western coasts of Britain and Ireland, on mediterranean and western coasts of Europe including the Canary Islands, North Africa and the Black Sea. "Samphire" is a name also used for several other genus of unrelated species of coastal plant.