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TiMood: the neuroactive power to look good and feel good

In a global society characterized by an increasing number of stressed people, the concept of emotional well-being has become increasingly important. Taking care of oneself in terms of beauty can help improve mental health and, in turn, a more relaxed state of mind and less stress can also improve the appearance of the skin.


Pleasant skin can improve mood, not only consciously through the visible improvement in facial appearance, but also unconsciously through the skin-brain axis. This link between the skin and the brain is provided by signals emitted by released molecules and by the direct connection of nerve cells.


TiMood, Mibelle Biochemistry's latest innovation, has been shown to improve the emotional well-being of stressed volunteers and lead them to a more relaxed state. Based on timut pepper, a spice plant from the Himalayas, TiMood can improve neural function in the skin and thus increase skin evenness.
In addition, TiMood positively influences mood and emotional well-being.
TiMood Benefits:

  • Protects neurons from aging
  • Promotes healthy, even skin tone
  • Improves well-being in case of stress
  • Stimulates the connection between the skin and the brain
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