curry flower

Total Generation Curry plant

Modulating the activity of dermis

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The curry plant, a rare flower in Mediterranean sunshine

Helicrysum italicum, Asteraceae

An endemic and hardy schrub from the Mediterranean area that lives on chalky soils. It is known for its strong fragrance similar to curry and used for its healing properties discovered many centuries ago in the South of France, for instance, its essential oil is used for anti-inflammatory effects. It is a quite rare species, although it is now cultivated and grows a lot in some places. Its French name that means «everlasting» comes from the exceptionnal long lasting bunches of the dried flowers, that Roman used in their funeral wreaths in Antiquity.



Because skin limits its renewal process when ageing, it is necessary to maintain it in order that it keeps its supporting functions at their original level. To get a skin looking «younger», firmer and soother.


Marketing claims

Anti-ageing & regenerating

Global redensification, contributes to decrease of the creation of wrinkles, limits the skin ageing, restores the levels of the natural synthesis of regeneration, reinforces the skin barrier, improves the cell cohesion, limits the creation of free radicals, antioxidant.

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In skincare and make-up products like cream, fluid, serum, balm, milk, gel, foundation, concealer...

In in any skincare and colour cosmetic products dedicated to limit cell ageing

Formulation
  • INCI name of cells: Helicrysum italicum leaf cell extract
  • Form: Cells (20%) dispersed in vegetal glycerine (80%)
  • Aspect: Liquid
  • Concentration: Starting at 0.5%
  • Dispersible in any formulation

How it works ?

Total Generation Curry plant helps to get back a natural densification thanks to a better cohesion between the two skin layers, dermis and epidermis. It boosts and changes the initial cell and fiber synthesis, the one of keratinocytes and of collagens - the two elements that allow skin to stay young and thick. Therefore it can help that synthesis to recover its initial function: creating skin supporting fibers. But also in order that the contact zone between the two skin layers keeps its anchorage points. In the same time, it limits the creation of free radicals, the 3rd essential factor of skin ageing.

Thanks to those actions, the different layers keep on being linked to each other with cells always operating.