Ashland LIVE webinar: inﬁni’tea™ biofunctional
learn how inﬁni’tea™ biofunctional restores a peaceful balance to skin
date: Thursday June 4th 2020
time: 3 pm Central European Summer Time / 9 am Eastern Daylight Time
Tea, after water, is the most widely consumed drink in the world. This popular beverage, made by infusing dried Camellia sinensis leaves in water is perceived to have strong health beneﬁts.
Ashland have a new and sustainable extraction technology that supports the concentration of active molecules straight from freshly harvested tea leaves. This new biofunctional, known as inﬁni’tea™, enjoys a unique molecular signature, rich in phyto-molecules such as catechins and theanine, known for their anti-oxidant and calming properties.
The in vitro biological evaluation on cell viability and on inﬂammation markers has shown that inﬁni’tea™ can help reduce the eﬀect of an excitotoxin, the glutamate neurotransmitter. Additional testing supports that inﬁni’tea™ can help increase neurotrophic factors that are, likewise, increased with the practice of meditation and yoga. Volunteers using a cream containing inﬁni’tea™ have perceived the improvement of skin luminosity, suppleness and hydration and the evaluation of their skin oxidation levels further supports the anti-oxidant properties of inﬁni’tea™.
Please join us to learn more about inﬁni’tea™, in this sessions, you will learn:
- hear more about Ashland’s proprietary Zeta Fraction™ extraction technology
- find out how inﬁni’tea™ biofunctional extract is diﬀerent from green and black tea extracts
- discover more about theanine, a glutamate excitotoxin antagonist
- we will share a neurocosmetic approach that is mimicking “yoga” for the skin
Global Marketing and New Business Development Manager Biofunctionals
Neil Astles graduated in Biology at the University of Science of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France. He joined the cosmetic industry more than 15 years ago where he began to be involved in promoting skin care research active ingredients. He regularly gives technical and educational conferences in cosmetic scientific meetings.
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