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Evaluation, in vivo on human subjects, of the anti-aging effect of SoyLife EXTRA versus placebo

Frutarom, by Dermscan Laboratoires, France, 2000. Skin aging occurs under intrinsic and extrinsic influences, such as changes in estrogen production and exposure to free radicals. During and after menopause, falling estrogen levels cause a decrease in general skin tone, wrinkles and sagging. Aging skin tissue typically stiffens and loses elasticity. SoyLife was incorporated in a […]

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Protective effects of SoyLife against protein glycation

Frutarom, by Dermscan Laboratoires, France, July 2000. Skin ageing occurs under intrinsic and extrinsic influences, such as changes in estrogen production and exposure to free radicals. During and after menopause, falling estrogen levels cause a decrease in general skin tone, wrinkles and sagging. Ageing skin tissue typically stiffens and loses elasticity. The responsible process for […]

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