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Science and Ayurveda combined for a return to natural balances


Adaptonyl is a natural anti-stress active ingredient proposed by Silab from an Ayurvedic plant, ashwagandha, capable of acting on all the factors of the skin exposome. In 2022, Silab proposes a more transversal approach to its protective asset launched in 2006, with new efficacy data in vitro and in vivo.

The skin is particularly exposed to environmental stresses (temperature changes, solar aggressions, air pollution) and those related to lifestyle (poor diet, smoking, psychological stress, lack of sleep). Grouped under the term of skin exposome, all these factors profoundly disrupt the homeostasis of the skin thus contributing to its aging, as demonstrated by an unprecedented modeling study by Silab.

Adaptonyl acts on all the factors of the skin exposome whether environmental or related to lifestyle. Faced with harms on the epidermis and dermis, it reduces markers of oxidative and inflammatory stress, and boosts cellular metabolism.

Anti-skin stress effect

According to Silab, the cosmetic effectiveness of Adaptonyl is rapid, from 14 days of application, and is demonstrated on a panel of volunteers selected for their particular exposure to the exposome, and their dull complexion.

Adaptonyl formulated with 2% strengthens barrier function and improves skin microrelief. The active ingredient also refines the skin texture and revives the radiance of the complexion. These effects are confirmed by volunteers who are more than 85% to find their skin smoother, resistant and radiant.

An Ayurvedic plant with adaptogenic properties

Adaptonyl is composed of oligosaccharides, derived from the roots of ashwagandha (Withania somnifera). This small shrub is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, especially for its adaptogenic properties of resistance to stress ( rasayana plant).

Silab has chosen a secure supply in India, the cradle of Ayurveda. This route is traced back to the plot and complies with the requirements of the APA (Access and Benefit Sharing) regulations under the Nagoya Protocol.

For its transversal action against skin exposome, Adaptonyl is recommended in all protective care at a dose of 1 to 4%. Available in aqueous solution, it is easy to formulate. It complies with biodiversity regulations and has a content of natural origin of 99% (ISO 16128). It complies with international cosmetic regulations (Europe, United States, China, Japan, etc.).

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