Is Clinical Extremozymes
Protect Your Skin from the Stressors it's Exposed to Every Day
An extremozyme is an enzyme created by extremophilic plants - plants that thrive in harsh environments. Examples of these environments include the harsh, dry heat of the desert, freezing and arid alpine regions, and the salty, high-pressure environments in our ocean’s depths. These enzymes help protect our skin from environmental stressors, such as heat, dryness, and cold weather when utilized in skincare products.
Extremophilic organisms are primarily prokaryotic, meaning their cells lack a distinct nucleus. These cells are called bacteria and archaea, the latter being known as the microorganisms that define the limits of life on Earth. Archaea are very difficult to culture in a laboratory, with extremophilic archaea being the only variation we currently have the resources and knowledge to isolate and culture. In simpler terms, extremophilic plants and their cells have the unique ability to be cultivated in a lab, which allows their use in products that the general public has access to.
IsClinical pioneered the use of extremozymes in skincare, and many of their products contain one or more types of extremozyme. Examples of their products containing extremozymes include Genxc Serum, an antioxidant-packed serum that upregulates “tired”, aging skin, as well as Extreme Protect SPF 30, a hydrating sunscreen perfect for protecting your skin against UVA/UVB rays, and the harsh summer heat.
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