Think of your body as a city. This city has big and small roads. Both the big ones and the small ones can be clogged due to traffic. In this case, its circulation routine is disrupted. The image of such a city looks tired and old, but congestion can also cause other things. If we liken the vascular pathways in our body to large roads, we can think of small pathways as microcirculation.
Microcirculation in our body refers to the small vascular pathways that are very important in the transport of oxygen and nutrients to the cells. A blockage in these pathways can cause many events that fall into the field of cosmetics, from dark circles under the eyes to cellulite conditions. Increasing microcirculation with the help of the power of nature can prevent the formation of cellulite and dark-circle in the skin. One of our active ingredients called RUSCOGENINS 92-103 that is isolated from Butcher’s Broom, induces microcirculation, and acts as an anti-edema, anti-cellulite and anti-wrinkle agent.
In this month’s NORMAG issue, we discussed what microcirculation is, the importance and the role of microcirculation in our skin, the consequences of insufficient microcirculation in cosmetics, the role and functions of
RUSCOGENINS 92-103 as a microcirculatory improver, the isolation process, and sustainability of Ruscus aculeatus.