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If you have scarred skin, it looks like the best thing to treat it with is royal jelly.
According to Science Alert, for thousands of years, honey has been prized for its topical antiseptic properties. But now researchers have discovered that its lesser-known cousin, royal jelly, has special molecules that speed up wound healing.
Royal jelly is the superfood worker bees secrete and feed all their larvae, especially the queen bees. While queens are developing, they basically float in a pool of this stuff, and humans have figured out how to stimulate queen larva production to then harvest the royal jelly.
The milky white, sticky substance is one of those bee-derived products you can find in many health food shops, although evidence for royal jelly as a beneficial food supplement is extremely limited.
But there is some evidence that it is both antiseptic and promotes wound healing, and scientists have been wondering why that’s the case.
Now a team led by researchers from the Slovak Academy of Sciences have finally discovered the molecule in royal jelly that helps certain skin cells to reorganise themselves and close over a wound.
When skin is damaged, two main types of cells need to spring into action. These are fibroblasts and keratinocytes, which kick in to produce molecules that speed up the proliferation of new cells the skin can use to repair the damage.
Babor Skinovage PX Advanced Biogen Intensive Repair Cream is a very rich, deeply regenerative cream, suitable for treating scars. This cream contains Biogen Plant Extract, which is exclusive to Babor, and is formulated with selected active herbal and plant-based ingredients. It helps promote cell renewal and refines the surface of the skin, leaving the complexion looking more even-toned, regenerated and smooth and supple.
- Refines the surface of the skin.
- Prevents the formation of scars or improves the appearance of scars.
How to use:
Apply to face, neck and décolleté, morning and/or evening, after cleansing.
- Biogen Plant Extract.
- Royal jelly – Queen bee food; promotes regeneration.
- Cocoa butter – softly nourishes.
- Sesame oil, corn seed oil.