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Soy Isoflavones

$7.99
Skin Concern:
Age-Defying
Skin Type:
All skin types
Size:
1.2g

Soy Isoflavones are compounds capable of exerting estrogen-like effects. Soy isoflavones help reduce the appearance of wrinkles caused by a decrease in hormone concentration during menopause.

Mix Soy Isoflavones as an additional ingredient to your everyday base cream and create a formulation unique to your skin’s needs. You can DIY your own skincare routine and start your own age-defying techniques by adding one tube to every 4 oz of your skin cream product. Use Soy Isoflavones to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles in your skin.

Soy Isoflavones are compounds capable of exerting estrogen-like effects. Soy isoflavones help reduce the appearance of wrinkles caused by a decrease in hormone concentration during menopause.

How to use it

Beginner: Add up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream.

Advanced: This ingredient is recommended for use at up to 1% in formulations. This ingredient is partially soluble in water, hot ethanol, and may dissolve in polysorbate 60. Soy isoflavones are a mixture of different actives with solubilities that vary, so we suggest using this active in a cream help with any graininess.

Quick Tips

Warning: If you have a history of hormone responsive cancer or are taking tamoxifen, please ask your doctor before using this product. Store product in a cool dark place for best results.

Product Life

12 Months

Ingredients

Products with this ingredient:
Anti-Aging Cream, Capillary Health Cream, Hair Care Serum, UV Booster Powder

INCI:
Soy Isoflavones

Research

Brincat, M. P.; Baron, Y. Muscat; Galea, R. (2005) "Estrogens and the skin." Climacteric, 8(2), 110-123.

Rocquet, C. and Bonté, F. (2002) "Molecular aspects of skin aging - recent data". Acta Dermatovenereologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica. Vol 11, No 3.

DISCLAIMERS
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.

Claims on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.