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ACAI BERRIES

ACAI BERRIES are the fruit of the cabbage palm, primarily native to the Amazon, which is also called the assai palm or acai. ACAI BERRIES are considered as super foods and have experienced an enormous hype in recent years. In fact, they are extremely rich in ingredients, which completes and strengthens their effect synergetically. In addition, not only do they have vitamin B, as well as vitamins C, E and D, but also dietary fibres, minerals and trace elements. Moreover, the berries contain amino acids, essential fatty acids and valuable polyphenols, as well as other powerful antioxidants, especially anthocyanins.

ARGININE

When “ARGININE” is mentioned with neither a prefix nor a suffix, what we mean is usually L-ARGININE, as is the case here. L-ARGININE belongs to one of the best researched nutrients of all and is considered as a nitrogen-rich and basic reacting amino acid. Besides its function as an important building block of proteins ideal for the body, it is of great significance for a great number of metabolic processes. Among others, L-ARGININE is involved in detoxification and cell division and stabilisation of cell membranes and additionally leads to an optimal protein synthesis.

ACETYL TETRAPEPTIDE-5

In the case of ACETYL TETRAPEPTIDE-5, we are concerned with a peptide from amino acids, which is of growing interest to cosmetic research, since it leads demonstrably to a reduction in accumulation of water and the consequent swelling around the eyes by supporting lymphatic circulation. ACETYL TETRAPEPTIDE-5 is clearly active even in small doses, and is extremely effective.