dal.labs Hyaluronic Acid Serum
we are proud to announce that after a year of Formulation & multiple revisions our Hylauonic acid serum is complete!!
This is step 2 in our line up of beauty from within. Featuring the clinical amounts of researched ingredients for improved skin rejuvenation & hydration through enhanced endogenous production of collagen & Hylauonic acid!
This product features innovative Astrion™ which has been shown to reduces the number and appearance of fine lines and wrinkles through increased endogenous production of collagen and hyaluronic acid as well as increased absorption of proline and glucosamine (the building blocks of collagen and hyaluronic acid, respectively) in skin cells. Astrion™ also reduces the breakdown of collagen in skin cells and skin discoloration due to UV light damage from the sun.
Astrion™ delivers nutrients into the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous skin layers through transcellular, transfollicular, stratum, sweat ducts and diffusion between cells because of the compound’s lipophilic-hydrophilic properties! In other words, the nutrients in this serum penetrate deep into the skin layers to nourish and hydrate for a supple look and feel, & Not just a temporary topical solution!
Dallabs Hyaluronic acid serum features skin-nourishing ingredients that enhance collagen synthesis and hyaluronic acid.
Experience a renewed appearance of faded fine lines and wrinkles. If there’s anything like the fountain of youth that does exist this is it!
Unique because of its advanced delivery system penetrating deep throughout the skin layers
The majority of human skin contains type I collagen.
Our plant-based compound, Astrion™, has shown in clinical studies to increase type I collagen production by 60% in the outer layer of skin (epidermis skin cells) and 80% in the middle layer (dermis skin cells)!
The nutrients penetrate deep into the skin layers to nourish and hydrate for a supple look and feel.
In depth look at how our Hyaluronic acid serum works!!
MMPs in human skin are responsible for degrading the extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins such as collagen, fibronectin, elastin, and proteoglycans, contributing to photoaging.
MMPs play a significant role in wrinkle formation, a characteristic of photoaging. Multiple studies have shown the Evolution of novel MMP inhibitors is promising as targets to combat photoaging. In recent years, there has been considerable interest in the use of botanical supplements for the prevention of solar UV radiation-induced skin photodamage.
Our product features the clinically studied amounts of Astrion™ a natural plant compound. It reduces the number and appearance of fine lines and wrinkles through increased endogenous production of collagen and hyaluronic acid as well as increased absorption of proline and glucosamine (the building blocks of collagen and hyaluronic acid, respectively) in skin cells. Astrion™ also reduces MMPs synthesis by 51% in dermal cells, & then their expression by 50% in dermal cells! Greatly helping reduce the breakdown of your collagen in skin cells and skin discoloration due to UV light damage from the sun.
(Role of Matrix Metalloproteinases in Photoaging and Photocarcinogenesis
Pavida Pittayapruek, Jitlada Meephansan)
Int J Mol Sci. 2016 Jun; 17(6): 868
In depth look Part 2: Dallabs Hyaluronic acid Serum
Our goal was to create a product that could amplify your results. There are many great moisturizing products on the market. Where our serum comes in is that it allows you to uptake & absorb more of whatever moisturizing product you apply after!
The botanicals we use have shown the ability to penetrate deep into the dermis layers of the skin. Most products will sit on top of the skin, or penetrate the upper level the epidermis. These natural botanicals we added were shown in human clinical trials to penetrate all the way to the deep dermis layers through these 5 pathways. (Check stories for a graphic!)
B. Through Transfollicular
C. Through Stratum ducts
D. Through Sweat ducts
E. Diffusion through channels between cells
Because of our compound’s lipophilic-hydrophilic properties nutrients penetrate deep into the skin layers to nourish and hydrate from within for a supple look and feel!
Stay tuned for next post we will dive into the science behind Verbasnol™!
STEP 1: CLEANSE
STEP 2: APPLY DALLABS HYALURONIC ACID SERUM
STEP3: APPLY DAY TIME MOSITURIZER/SPF OR APPLY NIGHT TIME
One of the most beneficial effects of our Hylauonic acid serum is the ability to deeply penetrate and deliver nutrients to the dermis layer of skin. Helping to restore the dermis layer! With ability to deliver nutrients to multiple layers it will amplify the effects of any products you currently are using!
Dallabs Hyaluronic acid features Astrion™ which is a plant-based compound that delivers nutrients deep in the skin to provide both nurishment and hydration.
Astrion™ has shown in studies to increase Type 1 Collagen production in both outer and middle layers of skin, as well as decrease collagen breakdown due to UV light.
In addition it features 2 different blends of hyaluronic acid. This multi blend helps to provide balanced moisture and combat dryness!
The role of telomeres in the ageing of human skin
Telomeres in skin cells may be particularly susceptible to accelerated shortening because of both proliferation and DNA-damaging agents such as reactive oxygen species. Skin might present an accessible tissue for manipulation of telomerase activity and telomere length with the potential of ameliorating skin diseases associated with ageing.
Telomeres can be maintained by the enzyme complex telomerase. Telomerase was originally discovered by Elizabeth Blackburn and Carol Greider (9). For their work on telomerase and telomeres, Blackburn, Greider and Jack Szostek shared the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
In their book The Telomere Effect, Blackburn and Epel outline that the key to understanding the aging puzzle is telomeres—tiny caps on the ends of our DNA strands that protect cells from premature aging. The good news? They can be manipulated through simple lifestyle and perceptual changes, with some mind-blowing results.
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) have long been considered as a reason for the ageing of skin (109). In vitro studies have implicated ROS in accelerating telomere shortening (110).
What can we do to protect our telomeres?
It’s important to recognize that our telomere health is influenced by many things, not just our health behaviors. For example, telomeres are associated with:
• Levels of antioxidants in our blood (which reflect our diet)
• Chemical exposures to toxins like cadmium and lead
• Level of belly fat, because it reflects underlying insulin sensitivity
• The way we view stressful situations (as a threat vs. a challenge)
• For men, level of hostility
• For older people, how much social support they feel
Each of us has an opportunity to personalize our own telomere renewal plan: Take a close look at how you live your day, and what you might change to shift your biology toward slower cell aging.
(Elissa epel 19")
Our HA Serum is a antioxidant rich formula that ensures maximum absorption of nutrients. Clinical studies of featured Astrion™ have shown a increase of telemarse by 265% in epidermal skin cells! A 1-2 combo punch at healthy skin!
Exp Dermatol. Author manuscript 2013
The Science Behind Verbasnol™:
Associated Effects Based on Research Findings
A verbascoside is characterized as an effect scavenger of biologically active free radicals and an inhibitor of lipid peroxidation. Fewer free radicals invading the skin layers mean healthier, smooth, and lustrous skin.
The antioxidants within Verbasnol™ which is featured in the researched amounts in our serum replenish the skin and sweep away the adverse effects of sunlight, oxidative stress, and dryness while maintaining skin hydration and elasticity.
In a study on human fibroblast cells (the cells that comprise your top layer of skin), verbascoside “possessed significant photoprotective activities, reducing MMP and IL-6 levels while improving type-I procollagen synthesis”.
Verbascoside exerts a remarkable antioxidative property by scavenging the free-radical species that are implicated in oxidative stress in human skin aging.