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Plazan Skin care Article: DNA Repair Cream. Part 3: How a cell protects itself?

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Skin Care Article: DNA Repair Cream. Part 3: How a cell protects itself?
Issued January 15, 2017

Plazan Anti-Wrinkle Skin Care Products An anti-aging skin care treatment is a very successful way of beating nature and focusing on needs of our skin. It goes one step further than just solving the warning signs. Understanding the aging process of the skin will help you in maintaining an anti-aging skin care treatment routine.

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DNA Repair Creams. Part 3.
How a cell protects itself?

A cell with many mutations can be harmful for the body. Therefore, when a cell cannot repair the damage, the next step of protection is launched. There is a special protein in cells - p53 - which either suspends the division of a cell till the DNA damage reparation is finished or engages its "programmed death" to prevent the reproduction of the cell with changed DNA. Then again the gene encoding p53 can be damaged by UV and in this case the cells with DNA mutations will be able to divide.

Additional reparation enzymes wouldn’t go amiss

Reparation enzymes are added to creams and lotions to help our cells to repair damages. The first enzymes that were used to boost reparation activity were endonuclease Т4N5B and Т4N5. The next generation of enzymes were enzymes produced by sea plankton which has a special system of protection from radiation. Plants, fish and frogs have similar protection mechanisms. Extracted enzymes are placed into liposomes; that’s why this structure is called “photosome”.

New generation DNA repair creams contain hyaluronic acid and glycosaminoglycans which prevent the formation of free radicals and serve as natural UV-filters, preventing penetration of harsh radiation in the range from 280 to 320 nm. DNA repair creams can also contain antioxidants, proteins of collagen and elastin and other cell reparation enzymes preventing skin damage and postponing the ageing process in cells.

It is important to remember that DNA repair creams do not prevent sunburns although they minimize the consequences of sunburns. DNA repair creams should be used together with UV protection creams.

Plazan cosmeceuticals are developed using the latest production technology to preserve the biologically active components of the placenta raw material and provide our clients with superior anti-aging skin care products and efficient regenerating treatments for problem skin, that are more effective than those presently available in the Skin care market.


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