Resveratrol Puzzle

by Amitay Eshel on February 17, 2022

Discovered by Harvard Medical School, Resveratrol stimulates production of Sirtuins. As Resveratrol is fermented, the enzymes that are used in the process perform the work required for the skin to enjoy Resveratrol’s full benefits, giving the fermented Resveratrol greater strength and bio availability.

Discovered by Harvard Medical School, Resveratrol stimulates production of Sirtuins. Resveratrol is a naturally-occurring polyphenol antioxidant that is found in some plant products like grapes and cocoa.

However, In order to get the most benefits out of polyphenols, our bodies require specific enzymes. Enzymes break the polyphenols down into their most bioavailable form, concentrate them so that they're stronger and more effective, and purify them so they can do their work without irritating the skin.

Unfortunately, our skin does not produce these enzymes, reducing the effectiveness of topical Resveratrol, while increasing the risk of toxicity and irritation. Through a patented fermentation process, we make up the enzymes the skin lacks.

As Resveratrol is fermented, the enzymes that are used in the process perform the work required for the skin to enjoy Resveratrol’s full benefits, giving the fermented resveratrol greater strength and bioavailability.  

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