Silicon is a structural element of connective tissue as it takes part in its constituent macromolecules, elastin, collagen, proteoglycans and glycoproteins,
Among its properties can be highlighted:
- Regulates and normalizes tissue
hydration, metabolism and cell division.
- Regenerates tissues, participates in the
formation of collagen and elastin and
prevents the cross-linking that gives
rigidity to the connective tissue that
causes premature aging. This is thanks
to silanoides that reorganize phospholipids
of the cell membrane and prevent the
cross-linking or non-enzymatic glycosylation
which gives rigidity to the tissue.
It is also a regulator, normalizing and stimulating cell metabolism that reduces the proliferation of fibroblasts.
It is a metabolic protector that opposes lipid peroxidation and therefore the formation of free radicals
It has a lipolytic action superior to other products, such as caffeine or theophylline, and at a smaller dose. AMPc rate is unchanged whatever the concentration of silicon, while rates of glycerol are increased. This implies an activation of lipolysis by stimulation of organic silicon cAMP, not acting hence on the phosphodiesterase.
Recovery of skin firmness elasticity and flexibility
Excellent adjunct anti-aging therapy