Have you heard of epigenetics? In simple terms, epigenetics is the study of changes in gene activity that does not involve the DNA sequence, but rather the cellular division. We are all born with a certain DNA but due to external factors such as smoking, pollution, stress, sun damage, unhealthy diet, etc, some of our gene expressions get modified through time. These epigenetic changes can have an impact on the skin including damaged cells, weakened elastin fibres and accelerated ageing, but it’s not all bad news thanks to science.
In 2017, the Gene Expression Laboratory in San Diego made an important discovery in the area of cellular reprogramming. Epigenetic discoveries show that we can now repair negative traits within cells in order to counter cutaneous ageing. Based on the study and findings of epigenetics in DNA, Biologique Recherche is able to leverage and identify a peptide called EpigenActiv—made up of a concentration of botanical and biological ingredients that can regenerate tissues, activate the proteasome and eliminate cellular waste.
Biologique Recherche specially formulated its new La Grande Crème with the EpigenActiv to promote skin regeneration to renew strength and restructure the epidermis. Its clinical trial involving 22 women aged 47 to 65 years old showed a significant improvement in gene expressions including diminishing signs of ageing (wrinkles and fine lines) as well as improving facial structure and firmness.
La Grande Crème is a highly innovative product that can help protect your skin so that it is able to tackle all age-related conditions and also help your skin go back to its original state. You can experience (and purchase) the revolutionary cream at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur. The Spa has just added the La Grande Crème to its line-up of Biologique Recherche collection for its range of exclusive beauty treatments. This includes the Custom Made, Booster Performance and Second Skin facials that will be personalised according to your skincare needs.
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