Indian gooseberry

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Indian gooseberry, See amla.
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When scientists investigated the impact of the Indian gooseberry on UV radiated human skin fibroblasts, they found that the fruit extract was effective in protecting against UV damage by inhibiting the expression of matrix metalloproteinases in the specialized skin cells.
Algae helps boost the skin's structure and together with antioxidant white tea and Vitamin C-rich Indian gooseberry, offers firming and toning benefits.
LOS ANGELES -- Iconic Labs, LLC announced today the launch of its exclusive new Kumaara[TM] Anti-Aging Skincare beauty line, a collection of six premium topical anti-aging skincare products formulated with Linefactor([R]), a scientifically advanced growth factor protector, and a potent certified organic berry blend of Indian Gooseberry, Goji and A[?
But recently, Reviva Skin Care Labs of Haddonfield, NJ, discovered that EMBLICA (from the Indian Gooseberry plant), was unique in neutralizing nitrogen free radicals as well as oxygen free radicals, and features it in a breakthrough new Antioxidant Serum.
Emblica officinalis), commonly known as Indian gooseberry or amla, family Euphorbiaceae, is an important herbal drug used in unani (Graceo - arab) and ayurvedic systems of medicine.
Indian gooseberry (amla) is one of the richest sources of Vitamin C.
According to the company, Sendara is a combination of two multi-patented Ayurvedic extracts: Indian gooseberry (Amla) and ashwagandha.
Some of the key ingredients in Gencor's portfolio include Slimaluma, a proprietary extract of Caralluma fimbriata; Testofen and Trigogen, both proprietary standardized extracts from fenugreek; Gencinia, a proprietary extract of Coccinia cordifolia; Genopause, a formula consisting of four Ayurvedic, non-estrogenic plant extracts; Cleargen, a proprietary standardized extract from the mangosteen fruit; and Gentone, a proprietary standardized extract from amla, also known as the Indian gooseberry.
Studies have shown that Indian gooseberry and ashwagandha--medicinal herbs used for thousands of years by Ayurvedic practitioners--promote healthy skin function and appearance.
Sendara combines two multi-patented Ayurvedic extracts from NutraGenesis: Indian gooseberry (amla) and ash-wagandha.
One new product was C-Cos, a purified extract of Indian gooseberry, which reportedly has moisturizing, anti-aging and anti-wrinkling properties, as well as furnishing UV protection and bio-available vitamin C.
In a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, in vitro study, a proprietary preparation containing Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica) and ashwagandha extracts demonstrated a 54% inhibition of enzymes that break down collagen, and an 86% inhibition of those that break down hyaluronic acid, the skin's natural moisturizer.