EXO-T™ is an exopolysaccharide from Kopara (microorganisms mat) living in unique ecosystem in the rims of French Polynesian atolls. EXO-T™ has demonstrated a higher activity than retinoic acid in the stimulation of the desquamation markers. It is a potent inducer of differentiation markers in keratinocytes. EXO-T™ protects the collagen network and thus contributing to skin regeneration. It improves skin smoothness leading to an even skin complexion. EXO-T™ also helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks and age spots.
Clinical testing has determined:
- Exo-H™ and Exo-T™ significally induce deep and long lasting hydration for a softer and healthy looking skin.
- Exo-H™ and Exo-T™ improve skin texture for a smoother, fresher and radiant skin complexion.
- Exo-T™ has demonstrated a higher activity than retinoic acid in the stimulation of the desquamation process leading to a smoother and more even skin complexion.
- Exo-T™ helps regenerate the skin for a smoother and even appearance
- Consumers agree, the skin is more toned and stretch marks are less visible for a more attractive look!
Stretch Mark Study Results:
The product makes the skin suppler 93%
The product improves the tonus of the skin 79%
The stretch marks are smoother 74%
The product helps the skin to resist to slackness 68%
The product facilitates the regression of the stretch marks 56%
Should be incorporated at the end of the formulation at a temperature of 35-40°C.
OPTIMUM pH: 4-8
FRENCH POLYNESIA: A BEAUTY BEYOND THE ORDINARY…
Who never heard about the beautiful islands of French Polynesia. The sandy beaches, the turquoise lagoons, the tropical forests, the exotic fruits and flowers, the black tahitian pearls… a hidden paradise of beauty! Located in the Pacific Ocean near Tahiti, Moorea is known as the “Magical Island”. A true paradise, Moorea is in fact an atoll. The shallow salt waters of Moorea lagoon are the site of the accumulation of organic matter of microbial origin that forms mats called “Kopara”.
Kopara are ecosystems constituted of laminated layers produced by microorganisms that grow through colorful vertical gradients according to their needs in oxygen, sulphide, and light. Kopara are mainly constituted of pure microorganisms, free of other organic deposits. To protect themselves from UV, pH and salinity variations, Kopara produce exopolysaccharides (EPS) as a protective shield.