OLEA VITAE PLF - the first cellular oil
6/5/19 | 4:15 PM – 4:45 PM time
Business Manager, Vytrus Biotech, Barcelona, Spain
Mr Daniel Robustillo
OLEA VITAE PLF the first cellular oil
Wednesday, 5 June 2019, 4:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
OLEA VITAE PLF is a powerful revitalizer of mature skin, that uses specific signalling lipids from plant cell membranes to activate the skin's energy rejuvenation cycles, recharging its internal batteries, the mitochondria, connecting them to work in unison. It fights energetic ageing as well as its visible external effects, through the stimulation of Mitochondrial Synapses, a new mechanism of action that guarantees energy quality even in the most adverse circumstances (hormonal aging), resulting in an astonishing anti-wrinkle, firming and repairing effect.
Triggering cell revival
Powerful revitalizer of aged skin
Re-charging cell internal batteries
New mechanism of action: mitochondrial synapses
The active offers a new approach for skin treatment, through its resuscitation (cellular revival), targeting energetic ageing, through an innovative mechanism of action (energy recharge through activation of the mitochondrial synapses/ fusion). This is based on recent discoveries (2018) of the importance of mitochondrial dynamics for cellular and cutaneous vitality.
The active has been developed with a new technology (PLF) based on obtaining cellular lipid plasma/fractions. In OLEA VITAE PLF lipids are characterized by their mitochondrial network regulatory ability. These lipid fractions act in synergy, which makes of the ingredient a multi-active of high efficacy: It works even in skins that are most affected by hormonal deficit (wrinkles and roughness, density, firmness, hydration)
Moreover, the active offers a wide use profile for all kind of treatments: facial and body, hair, unisex. It is also easy to incorporate in cosmetic formulations (water, ethanol and oil), and suitable for cold processes, and totally suitable for formulation of natural and ecological products.
Lecture is given in English and simultaneously translated into German.