CutiGuard CLR offers a refined approach to premature ageing

At in-cosmetics Global, taking place in Paris, France from 5 to 7 April, CLR Berlin will present its latest innovation, CutiGuard CLR (INCI: Betaine, Sucrose, Hydrolyzed Rhodophyceae Extract).

CLR Berlin developed CutiGuard CLR to meet the skin care needs of modern consumers. The cosmetic active offers a refined approach to the first signs of skin ageing. According to CLR, when it comes to the ageing of skin, three factors are crucial:

A glass jar showing the launch of CutiGuard CLR
CutiGuard CLR is based on an extremophilic red alga
  1. time
  2. external stress
  3. internal stress.

All three factors lead to cells increasingly going into senescence, a condition in which they no longer are of any benefit to the skin, but can still release harmful substances, causing inflammaging, for example.

Protecting skin by preventing cellular senescence

CutiGuard CLR is based on an extremophilic red alga, Galdieria sulphuraria. This active occurs in hot sulphur springs in extremely hostile environments. In order to survive, it uses horizontal gene transfer and thus adapts optimally to the prevailing conditions. The algae is cultivated in Germany using sustainable practices.

By way of a sustainable fermentation process, CLR transfers the adaptivity and resilience of Galdieria sulphuraria to a highly-effective active ingredient that protects the skin in stressful environments.

With CutiGuard CLR, CLR takes a refined approach to the first signs of skin ageing. It acts well against cell senescence. CutiGuard CLR reduces wrinkles, significantly improves the smoothness of the skin and improve colour for a more even tone. These three factors are crucial for healthy looking skin and a youthful appearance.

CutiGuard CLR will be available in South Africa from IMCD, the local distribution agent of CLR Berlin.

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