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Aurealis Increases Skin ThicknessAurealis Increases Skin Thickness

September 22, 2011

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Aurealis Increases Skin Thickness

AVIGNON, FranceNaturex released scientific results from its latest study conducted on its moisturizing active, Aurealis, an extract of bitter orange flowers (Citrus aurantium L.). Due to its specific profile, it helps the skin to maintain the balance of water diffusion/evaporation and enhance water retention via limited losses. In the latest ex-vivo study, Aurealis significantly increased the epidermis thickness by 82 percent. This barrier is therefore reinforced to protect the body against daily exposure to dry air, cleaning products, extreme temperatures and other environmental factors. The Aurealis compounds stimulated the production of glycosaminoglycans in the basal skin layer by 183 percent, and increased production of hyaluronic acid (HA) in the epidermis by 33 percent.

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