sarsasapogenin

sarsasapogenin (särˈ·s·saˈ·p·jeˑ·nin)),

n steroid obtained by hydrolysis of sarsasaponin from the plant sarsaparilla. See also sarsaparilla.
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Sarsasapogenin and macelignan promote fat cell formation in aging hands to restore fullness and plumpness.
7) Scientists have discovered that two plant-based extracts, sarsasapogenin and macelignan, work synergistically to favorably target fat cell (adipocyte) development in aging hands.
Sarsasapogenin is a compound isolated from the roots of the plant Anemarrhena asphodeloides.
Together, sarsasapogenin and macelignan promote fat accumulation in newly formed adipocytes.
Innovative topical compounds, including N-acetyl glucosamine, retinol, sarsasapogenin, macelignan, and acetyl octapeptide-3 work through multiple mechanisms to relieve the aforementioned tell-tale signs of aging often seen on the top of the hands.
These topical compounds, including N-acetyl glucosamine, retinol, sarsasapogenin, macelignan, macadamia oil, and acetyl octapeptide-3, have been scientifically proven to lighten age spots, reduce dryness and crepiness, and diminish wrinkles, all of which promote the appearance of younger-looking hands.