POMEGRANATE Oléoactif® is an oily active ingredient concentrated by oléo-éco-extraction, a patented green process, with substantiated moisturizing and repairing properties that restructure the hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum.
Oléoactif® are a new generation of oil-extracted bioactive complexes. They are the first 100% natural and bio-certifiable cosmetic active ingredients with a scientifically proven performance both in vitro and in vivo.
Oléoactif® are created using vegetable oil to transfer the biological footprint of a plant directly in an oil-based complex. They are stable, non-oxidized, highly concentrated biomimetic actives that are easily formulated into virtually all cosmetic products.
Features & Benefits of POMEGRANATE Oléoactif®
- Reinforcement of the barrier function
- Avoid the trans-epidermal loss of water
- Hydration of the skin
- Free radical scavenger
- Demonstrates antioxidant activity by scavenging free radicals
- Restructures hydrolipidic film and stratum corneum by moisturizing skin by +10% after 2 hours at 2% dose
ORAC test shows that significant antioxidant activity is obtained with the POMEGRANATE Oléoactif® resulting in an ORAC value 74% higher than the value obtained by simple jojoba oil. POMEGRANATE Oléoactif® has a strong free radical scavenging activity and thus reduces oxidative stress in cutaneous cells.
Polyphenol Content & ORAC Test
POMEGRANATE Oléoactif® moisturizing activity
Rebuilding skin barrier, this product opposes water evaporation (trans-epidermal water loss or TEWL). From the first application, it provides to the skin the hydration adapted to its physiological needs:
- +10% of average hydration for 2% gel*
- +30% of average hydration for 5% gel*
* Average value for a period of 2 hours – vs. placebo
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