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Clinical Studies and Research Journal

  • Kim, D. U., Chung, H. C., Choi, J., Sakai, Y., & Lee, B. Y. (2018). Oral intake of low-molecular-weight collagen peptide improves hydration, elasticity, and wrinkling in human skin: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Nutrients, 10(7), 826.

  • De Luca, C., Mikhal’chik, E. V., Suprun, M. V., Papacharalambous, M., Truhanov, A. I., & Korkina, L. G. (2016). Skin antiageing and systemic redox effects of supplementation with marine collagen peptides and plant-derived antioxidants: A single-blind case-control clinical study. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2016.

  • Proksch E et al; Oral supplementation of specific collagen peptides has beneficial effects on human skin physiology: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, Skin Pharmacol Physiology, August 2013.

  • Oesser et al; Oral Intake of Specific Bioactive Collagen Peptides Reduces Skin Wrinkles and Increases Dermal Matrix Synthesis. Skin Pharm Physiology, December 2013.

  • Wen et al; Elastin Biomaterials in Dermal Repair, Trends in Biotechnology, Volume 38, Issue 3, March 2020, Pages 280-291

  • Sarangthem et al: Emerging Role of Elastin-Like Polypeptides in Regenerative Medicine, Advances in Wound Care, August 2020

  • Schagen et al; Topical Peptide Treatments with Effective Anti-Aging Results, Cosmetics 2017, 4(2), 16

  • Jeong et al; Anti-Wrinkle Benefits of Peptides Complex Stimulating Skin Basement Membrane Proteins Expression, Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020, 21(1), 73

  • Choi et al; Wrinkle Improvement Effect of Silica Extracted from Domestic Bamboo Stems, AGRIS-Korea Agricultural Science Digital Library 2017

  • Nirmala et al: Bamboo: A rich source of natural antioxidants and its applications in the food and pharmaceutical industry, Trends in Food Science & Technology, Volume 77, July 2018, Pages 91-99

  • Tanaka A et al; Biological activities and phytochemical profiles of extracts from different parts of bamboo. Molecules 19, 8238-60 (2014)

  • Harding C.R et al; Ceramides and the skin. Textbook of Cosmetic Dermatology, 3rd ed.; Taylor & Francis Publishing: London, UK, 2005; pp. 171–186.46.

  • Cha H-J et al; Intercellular and intracellular functions of ceramides and their metabolites in skin. Int. J. Mole. Med. 2016, 38, 16–22.

  • Oryza Oil Japan; Cosmeceutical Effect of Oryza Ceramide Human Clinical Trials; Collaboration Dermatology Division, Medical Department, Osaka University & Medical Science Research Centre, 2016.

  • Zafra-Stone et al; The Benefits of Antioxidant-Rich Fruits on Skin Health, Nutritional Cosmetics: Beauty from Within, Personal Care & Cosmetic Technology, 2009, Pages 217-232

  • Fakhri, S., Abbaszadeh, F., Dargahi, L., & Jorjani, M. (2018). Astaxanthin: A mechanistic review on its biological activities and health benefits. Pharmacological research, 136, 1-20.

  • Kidd, P. (2011). Astaxanthin, cell membrane nutrient with diverse clinical benefits and anti-aging potential. Altern Med Rev, 16(4), 355-64.

  • Caruso et al; Pomegranate: Nutraceutical with Promising Benefits on Human Health, Journal of Life Sciences 2020

  • Afak et al; Protective effect of pomegranate‐derived products on UVB‐mediated damage in human reconstituted skin, Experimental Dermatology, 2019

  • Vucic et al; Composition and Potential Health Benefits of Pomegranate: A Review, Current Pharmaceutical Design, Volume 25, Number 16, 2019, pp. 1817-1827(11)

  • Kandylis et al; Food Applications and Potential Health Benefits of Pomegranate and its Derivatives, Foods 2020, 9(2), 122

  • Aiyer et al; Dietary Berries and Ellagic Acid Prevent Oxidative DNA Damage and Modulate Expression of DNA Repair Genes, Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2008, 9(3), 327-341

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  • Alarcón-Barrera etal; Wild Andean Blackberry and Andean Blueberry: Nutritional composition and protective effect on human dermal fibroblasts against cytotoxic oxidative damage, Journal of Berry Research, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 223-236, 2018

  • Giampieri et al; Polyphenol-Rich Strawberry Extract Protects Human Dermal Fibroblasts against Hydrogen Peroxide Oxidative Damage and Improves Mitochondrial Functionality, Molecules 2014, 19(6), 7798-7816

  • Pei Lin et al; Sambucus nigra L. ameliorates UVB-induced photoaging and inflammatory response in human skin keratinocytes, Cytotechnology volume 71, pages1003–1017, 2019

Clinical Studies and Research Journal

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  • Wang, B., McVeagh, P., Petocz, P., & Brand-Miller, J. (2003). Brain ganglioside and glycoprotein sialic acid in breastfed compared with formula-fed infants. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 78(5), 1024-1029.

  • Thavamanithev et al; Characterization and Standardization of Edible Birds Nest and Determination of Sialic acid, Selangor, Malaysia Jabatan Veterinar Universiti Putra, 2014

  • Daud et al; Edible Bird’s Nest: Physicochemical Properties, Production, and Application of Bioactive Extracts and Glycopeptides, Food Reviews International, 2019

  • Valerón-Almazán et al; Evolution of Post-Surgical Scars Treated with Pure Rosehip Seed Oil, Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications Vol.05 No.02, 2015

  • Grajzer et al; Characteristics of rose hip (Rosa canina L.) cold-pressed oil and its oxidative stability studied by the differential scanning calorimetry method. Food chemistry 188 (2015): 459-466.

  • Kirala et al; Rosehip (Rosa canina L.): Therapeutic effect on skin disorders, Fruit Oils: Chemistry and Functionality pp 803-814, 2019

  • Kayath et al; In-vitro Estimation of Photo-Protective Potential of Rosehip Seed Oil and QbD Based Development of a Nanoformulation, Current Nanomedicine, Volume 9, Number 3, 2019, pp. 216-231(16)

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