The most common feature of Geven grass (Astragalus) is that it prevents aging. The plant, which is used for various purposes, ensures that the cells in the body are healthy and long-lasting. In addition to its ability to regenerate cells, it has a restorative effect on damaged cells. This is perhaps the most important feature of Astragalus.
Much research has been done on astragalus and its antioxidant potential. There are studies on reducing the signs of aging on the face, promoting tissue regrowth, and eliminating free radicals. Astragallus (Geven Grass) is a powerful component with anti-aging effect.
The skin, the largest organ of our body, consists of three layers.
These are respectively;
- It is the hypodermis.
The uppermost layer, the epidermis, gives the skin a clear and lively appearance, so the secret of the porcelain-looking skin lies in the epidermis. When it is damaged for various reasons and cannot perform its normal functions, the skin becomes dry, rough and dull, and fine lines begin to appear. That is why it is very important to take good care of the epidermis. Fiolas Astragalus Serum targets the epidermis; They provide you with a clear, lively skin with instant botox effect.
The serum with Fiolas Astragalus extract has a strong effect for wrinkles. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light reduces the levels of type I collagen in the dermis and causes human skin damage and premature skin aging (photoaging). UV irradiation increases type I collagen degradation by upregulating matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) expression. Astragaloside IV (AST) is one of the main active ingredients extracted from Astragalus membranaceus . The effects of AST against collagen reduction in UV-induced skin aging in human skin fibroblasts were investigated. UV irradiation inhibits type I collagen production by suppressing the TGF‑β/Smad signaling pathway and increasing COL1 degradation by inducing MMP‑1 expression. Transforming growth factor‑β type II protein and COL1 mRNA were decreased. However, MMP‑1 and Smad7 levels were increased in the photoaging model group, which was reversed by topical application of AST. Astragalus (by improving TGF ‑ β/Smad signal suppression and inhibiting MMP ‑ 1) prevents collagen reduction in photoaging skin from UV irradiation, so AST may be a potential agent against skin photoaging.