An independent Bio-medical Institute (IBIS) has tested the effectiveness of Tergum Maximum on human skin tissue.
Due to its unsurpassed antioxidant capacity, it reduces superoxide anion production and increases nitric oxide generation.
Furthermore, Tergum Maximum reduces apoptosis (24 hours) in fibroblasts and keratinocytes. The anti-apoptotic effect of Tergum Maximum is related to a drastic reduciton of cell proliferation (6 and 24 hours) in fibroblast.
The biological significance of the scientific report from the IBIS points out following beneficial properties for the skin:
- Protection against free radical.
- Impact on cell repair (DNA).
- Potential prevention of malignant cell processes.