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DEFENSIL® -SOFT

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Rahn
Propanediol (and) Albatrellus Ovinus Extract (and) Citric Acid. DEFENSIL® -SOFT by Rahn is a neuro-balm from A to Zen which upgrades the skin’s comfort zone. The active ingredient is based on the edible mushroom Albatrellus ovinus, also known as Northern truffle. Due to the active substances grifolin, neogrifolin and scutigeral, it effectively inhibits TRPV1. Elevated levels of TRPV1 may lead to increased skin sensitivity and unpleasant sensations caused by e.g. sunburn or chemical peelings. It reduces skin discomfort and irritation within minutes, increases the heat-pain tolerance of normal and ultra-sensitive skin. It prevents IR-aging by protecting from IR-induced heat stress and hence improves skin’s tolerance towards irritants in cosmetic formulations. DEFENSIL®-SOFT paves the way for a new generation of neuro-cosmetics. It is further recommended for products providing relief against sensitive skin and skin discomfort & anti-aging products. It conforms to COSMOS, Ecocert, NATRUE and Nagoya. China-compliant.
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Claims
  • Anti-aging Agents
  • Anti-stress / Relaxing Agents
  • Soothing Agents
  • bio-based
  • non-irritant
  • tolerance / anti-allergenicity
Use Level
1 – 3 %
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