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Euglena All in One Cream, 40g

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Euglena All in One Cream is formulated with Euglena extract and premium skincare essential ingredients so you can conveniently enjoy at least 10 skincare benefits in one product:

  1. Lift saggy skin
  2. Rejuvenate tired skin
  3. Moisturize and hydrate
  4. Regenerate skin cells
  5. Smooth fine lines
  6. Protect against sun damage
  7. Repair damaged skin cells
  8. Firm and improve skin elasticity
  9. Brighten dull skin tone
  10. Fight premature skin aging

 

WHAT IS EUGLENA?

Euglena is a species of microalgae that grows in fresh and marine water. It is green in colour as it contains chlorophyll which allows it to carry out photosynthesis to make nutrients.

Research on Euglena conducted by scientists resulted in a Nobel Prize and NASA projects in the 1900s.

But its use as a food, health supplement and skincare product was only made possible in 2005 when Euglena Co. Ltd succeeded in mass outdoor cultivation through technological collaboration with the University of Tokyo.

 

WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT EUGLENA ALL IN ONE CREAM?

 

Euglena Provides Ingredients to Lift Saggy Skin, Regenerate Skin Cells, Smooth Fine Lines, Protect Against Sun Damage

Euglena contains 59 essential ingredients needed by our body for repair and rejuvenation.1

Loaded with vitamins (especially vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin A), minerals, complete profile of amino acids, carotenoids, Euglena provides all the ingredients needed to regenerate skin cells.

Results from a study show that Euglena extract promotes the proliferation of epidermal cells, enhances the removal of old skin cells and strengthens the barrier function of the skin by promoting synthesis of filaggrin protein.2

Filaggrin protein is also a natural moisturizing ingredient involved in skin hydration.3

The amino acids from Euglena stimulate fibroblast cells to produce collagen and elastin which support the skin and improve skin elasticity and firmness.4 They also support the production of glutathione to combat free radicals and toxins.5 Overall, they help to build dermal density;6 increase skin brightness;6 and improve skin hydration.6,7

Chlorophyllin is another bioactive compound that protects against cell-damaging free radicals and toxins.8 It helps to detoxify the pores and skin, and retain moisture.

In a nutshell, Euglena extract reduces damage and deeply hydrates the skin, bringing about a healthier, more supple and radiant complexion.

 

Advanced Micro-capsule Technology to Deliver Fresh Euglena Extract to the Skin

In order to deliver Euglena fresh to the skin and confer its optimal benefits, advanced technology is used to encapsulate the Euglena extract. The Euglena micro-capsules are combined with vitamin C and E to prevent oxidation of the extracts. When the cream is applied on the skin, the micro-capsules will burst, allowing deep penetration of fresh Euglena into the skin for repair and rejuvenation.2,4

 

Nourishes the Skin Further with Nano-Emulsified Euglena Oil

Enhanced emollient effect is achieved through nano-emulsification of Euglena oil. This technology greatly enhances the absorption of Euglena oil into the skin. It helps to protect skin from dryness, improves elasticity and smoothness of the skin.2,4

 

Glucans from Euglena, Yeast and Seaweed Offer Extra Protection

Glucans are bioactive compounds with strong antioxidative properties that can be found in Euglena, yeasts, and seaweeds.9,10,11,12 The glucans in Euglena All in One Cream penetrate the skin to provide anti-wrinkle activity, anti-UV light and moisturizing effect.9,10,11,12

 

Combat Skin Dullness, Dryness, Pigmentation and Wrinkles with the Other Added Super Ingredients

 

Grape fruit cell extract – The valuable organic acids and phenolic components including flavonoids, stilbenes, resveratrol and proanthocyanidins from grape fruit cell extract have beneficial properties like UV radiation protection, antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, antiaging and depigmenting.13

 

Schizosaccharomyces pombe extract – This probiotic yeast colonizes the skin and crowds out acne-causing skin microorganisms. It helps to maintain healthy skin production of sebum and manage sensitive, dry and/or oily skin.14,15

 

Hyaluronic acid and soluble proteoglycan – They protect and regenerate the skin’s underlying architecture and contribute to younger-looking complexion by increasing moisture, stimulating collagen and elastin synthesis, promoting tissue repair and combating UV radiation.16-22

 

Soluble collagen – Helps to smoothen and rejuvenate aged skin.23

 

Placental extract – Helps to improve skin translucence, reduce pigments, soothe inflammation, fight against premature skin aging.24,25

 

Extracts of Chlorella and 8 different types of seaweeds – Work synergistically with Euglena to enhance its benefits in improving skin hydration, rejuvenation, detoxification, firmness and brightness.9,10,11,12

 

REPLACE 10 SKINCARE PRODUCTS WITH EUGLENA ALL IN ONE CREAM

The combination of super ingredients, coupled with the advanced delivery technology, enable Euglena All in One Cream to take over the functions of 10 skincare products:

  1. Toner
  2. Serum
  3. Day cream / lotion
  4. Night cream
  5. Eye cream
  6. Neck cream
  7. Make-up base
  8. Facial mask
  9. Lip balm
  10. Body moisturizer

Achieve radiant and youthful skin with one bioactives-loaded, science-led product – Euglena All in One Cream!

Euglena All in One Cream product brochure

Euglena’s charitable programme to help the poor in Bangladesh

 

Ingredients

Water, squalene, glycerin, butylene glycol, pentylene glycol, jojoba oil / caprylic triglyceride esters, sucrose palmitate, hydrogenated lecithin, glycereth-26, trehalose, PEG-20 glyceryl isostearate, polyglyceryl-10 myristate, betaine, carbomer, mannitol, phenoxyethanol, sodium hydroxide, cellulose, sodium hyaluronate, alpha-glucan oligosaccharide, ethylhexylglycerin, placental protein, hydrolyzed Euglena gracilis extract, ethylcellulose, pentasodium pentetate, copper chlorophyll, tocopherol, Schizosaccharomyces pombe extract, Chlorella vulgaris extract, polyquaternium-61, Ascophyllum nodosum / Fucus vesiculosus / Hizikia fusiforme / Kjellmaniella gyrata / Lessonia nigrescens / Saccharina angustata / Saccharina japonica / Undaria pinnatifida extract, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, chlorophyll-copper complex, Euglena gracilis extract, soluble proteoglycan, isomalt, soluble collagen, Vitis vinifera (grape) fruit cell extract, lecithin.

Paraben-free / mineral oil-free / synthetic fragrance-free / alcohol-free


 

Suggested Use

Apply an adequate amount onto thoroughly cleansed face every morning and evening.

For best results, massage the cream across the cheeks, T-zone and forehead, in gliding strokes, working upwards and outwards from the center of the face. Apply in circular motions on the lips too.

Enhance drainage and reduce puffiness by massaging on the cheek area in front of the ears and on the neck outwards towards the collar bone.

See video demonstration: https://youtu.be/6zI9OrPbl9U

 

 

Storage

Keep jar tightly closed. Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.

 

Product of Japan

References:

  1. Determining the nutritional value of Euglena gracilis proteins through human digestion experiments and experiments on rearing mice. Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry edition 51, 85:483-488 (1977).
  2. Press release of “Hydrolyzed Euglena extract promotes proliferation of skin epidermal cells” research paper on 15th October 2018, published in Fragrance Journal. https://www.euglena.jp/news/20181016-2/
  3. Sanja Kezic, Ivone Jakasa. (2016). Filaggrin and skin barrier function. Curr Probl Dermatol. Basel, Karger 49: 1–7.
  4. Y. Saeki et al. (2008). Effects of Euglena enzymatic treatment extract against ultraviolet rays. Fragrance Journal 10: 76–80.
  5. Lu SC. (2013). Glutathione Systhesis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1830(5):3143-3153.
  6. Yamamoto E, Akimoto T, Hirano Y, Yasui M, Yasuoka K. (2014). 1/f Fluctuations of amino acids regulate water transportation in aquaporin. Phys Rev 89(2):022718.
  7. Arezki NR, Williams AC, Cobb AJA, Brown MB. (2017). Design, synthesis and characterization of linear unnatural amino acids for skin moisturization. International Journal of Cosmetic Science 39(1):72-82.
  8. Siddavaram Nagini, Fabrizio Palitti, Adayapalam T. Natarajan (2015). Chemopreventive potential of chlorophyllin: a review of the mechanisms of action and molecular targets. Journal of Nutrition and Cancer. 67:203-211.
  9. Chan Lee, Jung-Hee Jang, Bo-Ae Kim, Chan-Ik Park (2012). Anti-aging effects of marine natural extracts against UVB-induced damages in human skin cells. J. Soc. Cosmet. Scientists Korea 38(3):  255-261.
  10. H.-M.D Wang et al. (2015). Exploring the potential of using algae in cosmetics. Bioresource Technology 184:355–362.
  11. Jung-Hee Jang, Chan Lee, Sang-Chan Kim, Ji-Wook Chung, Chan-Ik Park (2012). Positive effect of marine natural extracts against UVB-induced damages in human skin fibroblast via antioxidant mechanism. J. Soc. Cosmet. Scientists Korea 36(1): 79-87.
  12. Bin Du, Zhaoxiang Bian, Baojun Xu. (2013). Skin health promotion effects of natural beta-glucan derived from cereals and microorganisms: a review. Phytother. Res. Published online in Wiley Online Library. DOI: 10.1002/ptr.4963
  13. María Luisa Soto, Elena Falqué, Herminia Domínguez (2015). Review: Relevance of natural phenolics from grape and derivative products in the formulation of cosmetics. Cosmetics 2: 259-276.
  14. United States Patent No. US008951775B2. Date of Patent: Feb. 10, 2015. “Cosmetic use of microorganisms for the treatment of oily skin”.
  15. United States Patent No. US2006O171936A1. Date of Patent: Aug. 3, 2006. “Cosmetic and dermatological composition for sensitive skin”.
  16. Masson F. [Skin hydration and hyaluronic acid]. Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2010;137 Suppl 1:S23-5.
  17. McKee CM, Penno MB, Cowman M, et al. (1996). Hyaluronan (HA) fragments induce chemokine gene expression in alveolar macrophages. The role of HA size and CD44. J Clin Invest. 98(10):2403-13.
  18. Beasley KL, Weiss MA, Weiss RA. Hyaluronic acid fillers: a comprehensive review. Facial Plast Surg. 2009;25(2):86-94.
  19. Teriete P, Banerji S, Noble M, et al. (2004). Structure of the regulatory hyaluronan binding domain in the inflammatory leukocyte homing receptor CD44. Mol Cell. 13(4):483-96.
  20. Wang Y, Lauer ME, Anand S, et al. (2014). Hyaluronan synthase 2 protects skin fibroblasts against apoptosis induced by environmental stress. J Biol Chem. 289(46):32253-65.
  21. Jiang D, Liang J, Noble PW. (2007). Hyaluronan in tissue injury and repair. Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol. 23:435-61.
  22. Hasova M, Crhak T, Safrankova B, et al. (2011). Hyaluronan minimizes effects of UV irradiation on human keratinocytes. Arch Dermatol Res. 303(4):277-84.
  23. Zague V, de Freitas V, da Costa Rosa M, et al. (2011). Collagen hydrolysate intake increases skin collagen expression and suppresses matrix metalloproteinase 2 activity. J Med Food. 14(6): 618-24.
  24. Ki-Bae Hong, Yooheon Park, Jae Hwan Kim, Jin Man Kim, Hyung Joo Suh. (2015). Effects of porcine placenta extract ingestion on ultraviolet B-induced skin damage in hairless mice. Korean J Food Sci Anim Resour. 35(3): 413–420.
  25. Ji Suk Choi, Jae Dong Kim, Hyun Soo Yoon, Yong Woo Cho. (2013). Full-thickness skin wound healing using human placenta-derived extracellular matrix containing bioactive molecules. Tissue Eng Part A. 19(3-4): 329–339. Published online 2012 Sep 20. doi: 10.1089/ten.tea.2011.0738

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