The ultimate secret to younger hair, skin and nails with evelle®
Three essential active ingredients for skin nutrition
Kuala Lumpur, 21 January 2011 – Science based skin nutrition supplement from Denmark, evelle® introduces its new packaging for distribution in Malaysia by Sun Pharmaceutical Sdn Bhd.
Micronutrients and plant extracts isoflavanoids in evelle® supplement stimulate the skin from within and is based on scientific research in nutrition. evelle® has made an impact even from a scientific aspect as it is currently the only beauty pill that has documentation published in a scientific dermatological journal. Inside, the secret is in the relevant active ingredients with complementary anti-oxidant, auto-immune, microcirculation and hydration needed by the skin to function physiologically.
evelle® comes in tablet form, and offers good nutritional supplement for the largest organ in the body – skin. The three essential active ingredients help complement today’s busy lifestyles, which often result in unbalanced diets lacking in important vitamins and minerals:
Bio-Marine Complex ® has a natural content of chondroitin sulphate (an important glycosaminoglycan), proteins and polysaccharides. They are important for water binding in tissues, viscosicity of the tissues and their mechanical qualities, including the elasticity of the cartilage5. Glycosaminoglycans represent modified carbohydrates such as hyaluronic acid which play an important role in skin hydration. Bio-Marine Complex ® had been tested to be free of anti-biotics residue and heavy metal contents.
SelenoPrecise ® – an organic trace mineral, which is essential for immune system development and function. The trace mineral can inhibit oxidative stress more effective compared to Ginkgo biloba, beta-carotene, and vitamin E 6, 7. Selenium was effective in protecting against UV damage to skin in a human study8.
Pycnogenol ® – consist of several proanthocyanidins1 which is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes various free radicals and increase the activity of endogenous antioxidant systems. It protects collagen and elastin against oxidative and enzymatic decomposition2, 3. Pycnogenol ® has a positive effect in sun protection4 and microcirculation.
According to research by dermatologists at Skin Investigation and Technology Institute in Hamburg, two tablets of evelle® a day helps slow the progression of wrinkles, keeping skin young and resilient. The trial, which lasted for 3 months, included 62 women aged 45-73 years. Half got two evelle® tablets a day, and the other half received placebo tablets. In the beginning of the experiment, all the women were measured and had a piece of their skin scanned. This was repeated after one and a half month, and at the end of the experiment. On the illustration you can see the skin texture at the beginning of the experiment, and again after 12 weeks. The skin was significantly smoother in the group taking evelle® after 12 weeks, compared to the placebo group. Likewise, a change in skin elasticity could be measured.
|Collagen||Selenium||Pine Bark Extract||Biotin||Zinc||Vitamin C||Vitamin E||Plant Extract|
For almost a decade, thousands of Scandinavians are testament that evelle® nourishes skin from within, giving it a youthful glow. One tablet of Evelle® is effective and is inclusive of powerful antioxidants – Vitamin C and E, selenium, and more – to counter the toxic effects of pollution and prolonged sun exposure. Tomato and blueberry extracts contains antioxidants that aid in neutralising the effects of the harmful free radicals and promote wound-healing properties. evelle® helps prevent free radicals build-up and replenishes natural collagen, giving skin a chance to regain beauty and suppleness.
Containing only natural and safe ingredients, evelle® is available from selected pharmacists throughout Malaysia. For further information, visit www.evelle.com or for distribution inquiries, contact Sun Pharmaceutical Sdn Bhd on (603) 8075 4848.
1 – Rohdewald P : Bioavailability and metabolism; European Bulletin of Drug Research 1999 7 no.2, pp. 8-13, Proceedings of the 6th international symposium on pycnogenol, may 30 – june 2, 1999, Biarritz, France. 2 – Passwater R, Kandaswami C : Pycnogenol: the super “protector” nutrient; New Cannan, Ct; Keats publishing, 1994, pp. 1-108. 3 – Tixier JM, Godeau G, Robert AM, Hornebeck W : Evidence by in vivo and in vitro studies that binding of pycnogenol to elastin effects its rate of degradation by elastases; Biochemical Pharmacology 1984 33, pp. 3933-39. 4 – Blazso G, Gabor M, Rohdewald P : Pycnogenol produces an anti-oedema effect, topical application of pycnogenol gel protects the skin against UV radiation; Antiinflammatory activities of procyanidin containing extracts from pinus pinaster Ait. after oral and cutaneous application; Pharmazie 1997 52(5), pp.380-82. 5 – Lorenzen I, Halberg P, Kryger P : Reumatiske sygdomme; in : Lorenzen I, Bendixen G, Hansen NE, Medicinsk Kompendium bind 1, 14. Udg, Nyt Nordisk Forlag Arnorld Busk, Kobenhavn 1994, p.338. 6 – Pietschmann A, Kuklinski B, Otterstein A : protection des UV-lich-tinduzieten oxidativen stresses durch nutritive radikalfanger; Z. gensamte Inn Med 1992 47, pp. 514-18. 7 – Otterstein A, pietschmann A, Kuklinski B, Nagel R : Antioxidative prevention des UV-licht-induzierten oxidative stresses; 1. Dresdner symposium 1992 (abstract). 8 – Burke KE, Burford RG, Combs GF, French IW, Skeffington DR : The effect of topical I-selenomethionine on minimal erythema dose of ultraviolet irradiation in humans; Photodermatol Photommunol Photomed 1992 (pp. 52-57)
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