Plant Phenolics and The Skin

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Plant phenolics are compounds produced by plants. Phenolic compounds are among the most studied natural antioxidant substances. They are found to be benefit for our skin in photoprotection, anti-inflammation, antioxidation and repair mechanism. Nowadays, skincare products contained plant phenolics are highly recommended for daily use. The demand for natural ingredients in skin care products is also increasing.

Studies have shown that solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation can induce various skin problems, such as pigments, premature skin ageing, and skin cancers. Our skin is directly exposed to the polluted atmospheric environment, and excessive UV radiation exposure induces skin problems and skin disorders caused by the induction of inflammation, oxidative stress, and DNA damage. Sunscreen acts to protect the skin from UV rays like the outer covering or umbrella. Plant phenolics protect our skin at the cellular level and play important roles in skin protection and skin care.

With our continue commitment in the best product development, Piyawat Clinic has developed a whitening cream. It has been tested by the Department of Medical sciences. The official results show   Piyawat Clinic’s Whitening cream contained high level of natural phenolics (755.32 mg/kg.) with high antioxidant level (30.29%). For safety aspects, it also does not contain any bacterial and heavy metal contamination.

  • Direction: apply on face and neck twice daily
  • Active ingredients:
    • Indian Gooseberry (Phyllanthus Emblica) extract: the Indian Gooseberry is known to impart strong antioxidant activity and to protect human dermal fibroblasts against oxidative stress. It helps reduce wrinkles, suppresses pigmentation, and helps skin retain its natural moisture.
    • Mahad (Artocarpus lakucha) extract: MH enriched with natural compounds which showed tyrosinase inhibitory activity that means it can inhibit pigment production.
    • Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) extract: Tomato contains high minerals, Vitamin C Vitamin E and Lycopene which is an antioxidant that helps fight free radicals. it helps treat skin problems related to ageing and sun damage.
    • Aloe barbadensis extraxt: Aloe vera contains antioxidants, enzymes, and Vitamin C, and it is highly anti-inflammatory property. It can help treat burns and prevent photoaging.

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