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Caviar

Caviar contains approximately 6% alpha tocopherol that when ingested or applied topically may provide pho­toprotective properties. A direct correlation has been made between the levels of free alpha-tocopherol in the skin and UV-B irradiation. Recent studies compared levels of alpha-tocopherol in skin following UV-B irradiation, results revealed that levels of alpha-tocopherol were increased in tissue that was irradiated compared to non-irradiated tissue which received the same dose of topically applied alpha tocopherol. The potent antioxidant properties of vitamin E may also protect cells from damaging free radicals.

 

When used in cosmetics and personal care ingredients cav­iar oil may function as a superior moisturizer that leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth. Caviar is also rich in triglycerides and phospholipids, including oleic, arachi­donic, eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids. Additionally caviar is also rich in Omega – 3 and Omega – 6 essential fatty acids. A deficiency in Omega – 6 fatty acid may contribute to dermatitis while Omega – 3 fatty acids are believed to have anti-inflammatory properties.

 

Our Caviar Extract is derived from aquacultured American Sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus. The oil may pro­vide superior moisturizing properties while the alpha-tocopherol may provide photoprotection and prevent oxidative damage. Adding Caviar to skin care products may convey a sense of luxury to consumers while also providing the health benefits of caviar.

 

INCI: Caviar Extract

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