Neurophroline and its skin benefits

 This stress-busting active ingredient Neurophroline has been widely used in the skincare industry these days.  

 What is neurophroline?

 Neurophroline is obtained by extraction from the seeds of native Indian plants Wild Indigo and Tephrosia Purpurea. 

 Neurophroline breaks down the cortisol produced by the skin cells and result in improved skin tone, reduce the signs of skin ageing and makes your skin glow. 


 What is the science behind it? 

 Keratinocytes, the cells present in the outermost layer of the skin, produce cortisol in response to the internal and external stress factors like depression and anxiety. Cortisol causes increased production of oil by your skin glands which will lead to acne and clogged pores. Long time production of cortisol can lead to more reactive and sensitive skin. Moreover, it can exacerbate eczema, psoriasis and eczema. 


 Neurophroline inhibits the production of cortisol up to 70 per cent within 2 hours and stimulates the production of a natural calming neuropeptide that alleviate your mood and calm your skin. Studies have shown us that it can increase the production of beta-endorphin by skin cells up to 163 per cent.


 How does it work?

 It reduces the sign of ageing. 

 Stressed skin is responsible for higher production of cortisol which can lead to the breakdown of collagen and enhancing the sign of skin ageing like wrinkles and sagging of skin. Neurophroline serum can reduce these ageing signs by enhancing the production of collagen.

 Improves dry skin.

 Stress can lead to the dryness of the skin. Neurophroline restores the hydration of the skin and makes it look fresh.

 Treat Acne. 

 Cortisol stimulates the production of sebum and leads to plugging of skin pores and acne breakouts. Neurophroline serums can lower oil production and help to treat acne.

 Treat Rosacea.

 Studies have shown us that Rosacea prone skin has three time the amount of cortisol present in the skin and five times during flares. By the breakdown of cortisol, Neurophroline can help to prevent the flares of Rosacea.

 How to use Neurophroline?

 Neurophroline is mostly available in serum. It should be left on the skin for a longer time. Now a day, it also comes in the form of facial creams combined with hyaluronic acid. 

 It is safe to use with any skin type. 

 Always consult your dermatologist in case of any allergy or reaction from Neurophroline. 



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