Prenylium is a Morus alba tree root extract obtained by the Plant Milking technology allowing the culture of plants in aeroponic condition. This sustainable technology enables the exploration of unsourceable plant part such as roots without destroying tree. In addition, through an innovative process used to stimulate the growth of the roots, the content of targeted molecules is increased: +2000% of prenylated flavonoids in comparison to traditional mulberry roots. This class of bioactive compounds has a higher affinity with cellular membranes and better interaction with biological targets than standard flavonoids: they possess interesting variety of anti-aging activities such as anti-oxidant and immunoprotection.
Prenylium modulates the expression of CCN1, a pivotal gene that affects the synthesis of some of the core elements constitutive of the skin extracellular matrix, such as collagen type I and III and decorin. Doing so, Prenylium protects the skin's core matrisome from degradation while counteracting ECM disorganization that increase with age.
For its mechanism of action and strong clinical results as well as for its sustainable sourcing, Prenylium won 3 prestigious awards in 2020:
- - the PCHi Fountain Award in the category "Anti-aging"
- - the BSB Innovation Award in the category "Environment"
- - the in-Cosmetics Innovation Award in the category "Active Ingredients"
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- Propanediol (and) Water (and) Morus Alba Root Extract
- Active Ingredient
- Advanced plant root extract
- Cream, Lotion
- Color Cosmetics
- Reduces wrinkles
Prenylium is an active ingredient that can be used in various skincare and cosmetic products, such as:
- Anti-aging creams
- Wrinkles smoother
- Dermal matrix prevention
INCI Name: Propanediol, Water, Morus Alba Root Extract
Use level: 1%
Appearance: orange to brown liquid
Origin: root extract from patented Plant Milking technology - France
Certification: Cosmos approved
Compliance: China IECIC listed, Plant origin, Nagoya Protocol compliant