What is Viniferamine?
Viniferamine Small Molecule Technology Without Scientific Equal
Delivery of small molecules across the stratum corneum is complex and requires a delivery vehicle that places the specific molecules in direct proximity to the skin. This is achieved using a formulation that produces emulsion spheres™ with well-defined outer lipid membranes. The chosen small molecules typically translocate the stratum corneum using the delivery spheres by either the partitioning or diffusion process.
Viniferamine’s emulsion spheres™ translocate small molecules into the epidermis for advanced wound healing. The first and most critical step in the process is the selection of small molecules with a molecular weight of less than 500 Daltons. Once these select molecules pass through the metabolically active stratum corneum they must have a pathway across the epidermal cell’s plasma membrane.
Decades of scientific research have gone into the Viniferamine formulas and the selection of the patented small molecules that are delivered across the plasma membrane. The Viniferamine products are without scientific equal. They offer new hope for the healing of chronic wounds and vascular fragility.
Features and Benefits
- Natural extracts in a pH balanced, paraben-free, delivery system
- Cell-saving antioxidants including trans-resveratrol, oleuropein and EGCG
- Improves cellular defenses to protect cell failure and improve healing
- Unique emulsion sphereTM technology for diffusion of small molecules
Select Small Molecules
Grapevine extract contains significant levels of trans-resveratrol, which is proven to have protective effects against a number of skin disorders. Resveratrol is also reported to have potent antioxidant activities, including activities against ultraviolet radiation-mediated oxidative stress. In addition, resveratrol has been discovered to reduce skin edema and inflammation.
It has been shown that oleuropein has a direct antioxidant effect on skin, due to its free radical scavenging action at the skin level. Oleuropein has many pharmacological properties that aid in the protection of skin cells. It is antimicrobial, it slows the progress of cell aging, protects the skin from environmental stress including chronic UV B radiation-induced skin damage, and it is a potent anti-inflammatory agent.
Green tea polyphenols include epicatechin-3-gallate (ECG) and epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). Topical application of EGCG increases cellular activities including new DNA synthesis in aged keratinocytes, keratinocyte regeneration, and the differentiation of keratinocytes located in the basal layer of the epidermis.