Esilen

Esilen

Cosmeceutics

Esilen is a food supplement for the prevention of skin aging. Find out details about its clinical studies, pubblications and production.

Esilen is a food supplement based on a specific and harmonized combination of Squalene from Olea europaea, Vitamin C, Coenzyme Q10, Zinc, Selenium, Beta-carotene and Bioflavonoids from Citrus sinensis.

Esilen is available in vials with a dosing cap, easy to use and with an elevated bioavailability of the ingredients; it is recommended to take one vial per day.


We want you to have the product in its best form, from the quality of the ingredients to a packaging able to maintain the best standards. The moisture-barrier® technology used in Esilen ensures the preservation of ingredients stability, a mistake-proof device, a child-resistant closure, and materials friendly to the environment.


Claims and Safety

It contributes to the maintenance of normal skin (Zinc), to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin (Vitamin C) and to the protection of cells from oxidative stress (Selenium, Zinc, Vitamin C).*

It contributes to the protection of the cells from oxidative stress (Olea europaea).**

*EFSA Claim as defined by the EU Regulation 1924/2006
**Botanical Claims as described in the Annex I of the Italian ministerial decree 10 August 2018(BELFRIT)

The product is safe and conforms to Directive 2002/46/EC.

The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep away from children below 3 years old. The use during pregnancy is not recommended. An excessive use may have laxative effects.

Scientific Background

Aging processes can be hampered by protecting the skin compartments from excessive oxidation linked to pollution, stress and fatigue, which underlying aging phenomenon. Each skin compartment has to be protected with specific antioxidants. Indeed, the epidermis physiologically produces squalene as a natural antioxidant thanks to the action of sebaceous glands. Unfortunately, squalene availability falls dramatically after the age of 35, making it necessary to rely on external sources. At the same time, collagen and elastin demands for different antioxidants, such as carotenoids and dermal vessels require even further antioxidants.

Clinical Studies

Thanks to its content in Selenium, Zinc, Vitamin C and squalene from Olea europaea it has beneficial effects in protecting cells from oxidative stress and relieving symptoms characterized by oxidative stress-related aspects.

Clin. Dermatol. 2009;27(2):175-94. doi: 10.1016/j.clindermatol.2008.01.010

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