Skin aging represents a major concern for consumers, and virtually every skincare brand addresses this with its products. Consequently, the anti-aging skincare market is extremely saturated. For products and brands to stand out and deliver tangible results, it is crucial to understand the science of skin aging, particularly the role of DNA damage.
DNA is unique as it solely relies on repair mechanisms, and skin, being the most exposed organ, accumulates the most DNA damage due to factors like UV radiation. Effective anti-aging products should support the skin’s ability to repair this damage. CLR has developed G+C Complex CLR™ (INCI: Bifida Ferment Lysate), targeting the repair of UV-induced DNA damage. The effectiveness of postbiotic Bifida Ferment Lysate, has been documented in various scientific studies.
To learn more about the science of skin aging and how G+C Complex CLR™ counteracts key biological factors that accelerate skin aging, including reduction of the ability to repair DNA, immunosuppression, and dysregulation of circadian rhythms, read this current article in Personal Care Magazine.