Patented Fermentation Process

Enhanced Resveratrol

Enhanced Resveratrol skin benefits
Environmental damage repair 
Stronger skin
Diminished lines and wrinkles
Improved resilience 
Promote skin cell regeneration
Younger, firmer, more hydrated skin

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Enhanced Reveratrol

High-performance antioxidant capability and anti-aging gene activation

About the patent:

“Resveratrol, found in red wine, helps to activate the sirtuin molecule, which has been shown to slow down the oxidation process, a principle component in aging, and therefore it may help protect the body from age-related molecular damage.” 

Michio Kaku
Professor of theoretical physics
City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center.

Discovered by Harvard Medical School, Resveratrol is a naturally-occurring polyphenol antioxidant that is found in some plant products like grapes and cocoa.
Polyphenols act similarly to antioxidants, helping negate damage caused by oxidative stress.
Beyond anti-aging, antioxidants have been shown to assist with lowering heart disease and better immune system functions.

 Countless studies have demonstrated Resveratrol's ability to stimulate the Sirtuins, our anti-aging genes (also called longevity genes). these genes were proven to protect and repair our cells from DNA damage.  "What we've discovered is that when you go for a run or you're fasting, the reason that those are beneficial is actually because they trigger those longevity genes to repair your body and make sure that you don't get as old as you would otherwise.” - Dr. David Sinclair, co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging at Harvard Medical School."

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Fermented Resveratrol 

in order to get the most benefits out of polyphenols such as Resveratrol, 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 bio-availability.