Why the Italian Secret method

The product is developed in Italy, where the cosmetics culture dates back to the times of the ancient Roman empire. Here, in collaboration with Ambrosialab and Università degli Studi di Ferrara, we have designed an exclusive formula that naturally stimulates the generation of new skin cells, with the purpose of replacing damaged cells.

The “Italian Secret Method” is effective thanks to the combined effects of the epigenetic factors of plant stem cells, the epidermis growth factor expressed by human stem cells (regeneration of damaged cells), Alpha Glucosyl Hesperidin (stimulation of micro-circulation and collagen synthesis), Aminobutyric acid (reduces face muscle tension that causes expression lines), second-generation Sodium Hyaluronate (Stimulation of collagen secretion, absorption and preservation of moisture in the skin, thus improving elasticity in less than 30 minutes), besides other natural ingredients with moisturising, soothing and toning effects.

In California – where laboratories have achieved absolute excellence in producing top quality, high purity biotech solutions – a recent research has led to an exclusive and effective anti-ageing formula that, much like the millennia-old Italian cosmetic tradition, finds its roots in selecting the best natural raw materials produced worldwide.
The result is a product that allows skin cells to renew themselves, thus slowing the skin ageing process.

The “Italian Secret Method” uses biotechnology while respecting nature, human beings and animals: our priorities are safety and high-quality raw materials produced in laboratories, which reduce any risk or contamination from pesticides or other substances used to farm the raw materials, which in turn may be found in traditional cosmetic products.

The exclusive Italian Secret formula was subjected to microbiological stability tests (according to the ISO 11930:2012 standard and pursuant to European Regulation 1223/2009) as well as efficacy tests to measure wrinkle reduction by profilometry according to COLIPA guidelines (in vivo studies on a statistically significant number of volunteers) showing very high satisfaction in the self-evaluation test on the sample of people on whom the product was tested prior to being launched on the market (Short Term Test).