Lipotec targets skin inflammation with new peptides

Related tags Inflammation

Lipotec has announced the launch of Delisens and Telangyn, two synthetic peptides designed to help with sensitive skin.

According to the company, Telangyn, a tetrapeptide protects the skin against exogenous factors causing redness by reducing the levels of interleukins (IL-6 and IL-8) involved in the inflammatory process.

From in vivo tests of two daily applications of a cream containing 2 per cent Telangyn, Lipotec reports a decrease of 7.5 per cent of the intensity of redness.

Delisens, a hexapeptide is also designed for sensitive and allergic skins but with no visible external signs. Lipotec says it decreases the activity of PAR-2, the proteases receptor involved in the process of neurogenic inflammation (substance P and CGRP) and in the production of Interleukins IL-6 and IL-8 as well as in the weakening of the skin’s barrier function.

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