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An oil‐soluble extract of Rubus idaeus cells enhances hydration and water homeostasis in skin cells

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Raspberry plants, belonging to the species of Rubus idaeus, are known for their excellent therapeutic properties as they are particularly rich in compounds with strong antioxidant activity, which promote health and well‐being of human cells. Besides their high content of phenolic compounds, Rubus plants are rich in oil‐soluble compounds, which are also primary components of the hydrolipidic film barrier of the skin. As plant cell cultures represented a valuable system to produce interesting compounds and ingredients for cosmetic applications, we developed liquid suspension cultures from Rubus idaeus leaves and used them to obtain an active ingredient aimed at improving hydration and moisturization capacity in the skin.
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Keywords: Rubus idaeus; cell cultures; chemical analysis; hydration; in vivo test; skin barrier

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2015

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