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Cosmetics: A deceptive industry

Cosmetics: A deceptive industry

When it comes to riding the noblest consumer trends and aspirations, marketing can be king. Cosmetics are no exception, and the natural, organic and vegan mentions put forward by brands have slowly become traps rather than guarantees.

Interview of Dr. de Weber

Interview of Dr. de Weber

“Our objective is to apply the science of longevity to skin”:
The Age Tech’s scientific head does neither wear a white coat nor handle explosive test tubes, but that does not stop him from being a true expert in aging genetics. Discover our interview with the man behind The Age Tech’s organic formulas.

Science: our methodology

Science: our methodology

The innovation lies in our strategy consisting of applying concepts of epigenetics to our knowledge in the field of aging in order to stimulate skin cells to produce anti-aging molecules.

The Age Tech Serum: Clinical Study

The Age Tech Serum: Clinical Study

We have conducted an independent clinical study with the French Company COMPLIFE, to insure results’ transparency. The outcome is compelling at every level.

Hydration of the skin through cosmetics

Hydration of the skin through cosmetics

Our body is made up of around 60% water. Skin contains about 20% of the body’s water. Beyond a filling function, water is important for the structure as well as the mechanical properties and interactions of the molecules that make up the skin.

The Age Tech: Epigenetic cosmetics

The Age Tech: Epigenetic cosmetics

We formulated an anti-aging serum that stimulates the skin via epigenetic modulation to produce molecules decreasing with age. The objective is to obtain a regenerative effect at the cellular level and to prevent skin aging. This strategy reaches beyond the traditional approach of filling the deficiencies linked to aging skin.