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Mibelle Biochemistry

Mibelle Biochemistry

Mibelle Biochemistry, a Swiss company, is specialized in the research and development of innovative, high-quality actives for the cosmetic industry. Inspired by nature Mibelle Biochemistry transforms naturally derived compounds into truly functional cosmetic ingredients. Furthermore Mibelle Biochemistry possesses powerful encapsulation technologies that guarantee optimum bioavailability. All products are accompanied by comprehensive technical support and marketing-oriented documentation.

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Anti-sagging cosmetic active plant stem cells goji

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Boosting exosomes for a V-shaped face

PhytoCellTec Goji is based on goji plant stem cells which increase cell-to-cell communication via exosomes and improve skin density and oval face shape.

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RoyalEpigen P5: epigenetic science from royal jelly

RoyalEpigen P5: epigenetic science from royal jelly

Mibelle Biochemistry | Recorded the 23-Jun-2016 | Webinar

Although identical on a genetic level, worker bees and the queen bee differ in life span, fertility and size. The reason for these differences are epigenetic...

Rejuvenation through epigenetic science

Rejuvenation through epigenetic science

Mibelle Biochemistry | 24-Apr-2017 | Case Study

Inspired by epigenetic science, RoyalEpigen P5 has been designed to delay the aging of skin. Both lifestyles and environmental factors have an impact on...

Secrets of beauty from the ice age

Secrets of beauty from the ice age

Mibelle Biochemistry | 12-Oct-2015 | Clinical Study

PhytoCellTec™ nunatak®, the latest stem cell active based on stem cells which come from the high alpine plant Saponaria pumila. This flower survived the...

Secrets of beauty from the ice age

Secrets of beauty from the ice age

Mibelle Biochemistry | 12-May-2015

PhytoCellTec™ nunatak®, the latest stem cell active based on stem cells which come from the high alpine plant Saponaria pumila. This flower survived the...