Exclusive swiss formulations !

Versione Italiana English Version Seleziona la Versione
Choose the Version

Fill out the form below: you can stay updated on all our products. Please note: all fields are required. Thanks for your cooperation.

Personal data
Theme Selection
Verification code
Change image Enter the code below
Send / Clear data entered

Do you prefer to speak directly with us? Contact us at:

  • Phone (CH): (+41)
  • Vodafone Mobile (+39) 349.75.44.328
  • Tim Mobile (+39) 333.19.83.462
  • Orange Mobile (+41)
  • Fax (CH): (+41)
  • E-mail:
  • Skype naturdieta1
  • Windows Messenger
you are visiting: home » products » Mycream Women » composition » horse chestnut (Pag. 1)
Horse Chest. - Pag. 1

Mycream Women:

Horse Chestnut: ingredient of Mycream Women

Horse Chestnut: ingredient of Mycream WomenThis plant belongs to the family of Ippocastanaceae and is also known by the term Castagno d’India. Native to Asia and northern Greece, its natural environ-
ment is represented by the natural moun-
tainous hills of the Balkan Peninsula although nowadays is present in almost all of Europe.

The seeds cultured recently are used in the preparation of the concentrates standard. More rarely is uses the bark of the branches or of the walls of the fruit. The most important bioactive component is escin, a saponin present in the seeds with remarkable quality anti-inflamma-
tory and antiedematose.
In extracts of horse chestnut there are also flavonoids, tannins, sterols and glycosides aesculin and fraxina. In the same way that in derivatives of ivy, their conduct is functional to the vaso-protection and venous vasoconstriction.

It has been recognized on several occasions the symptoma-
tic narrowing of the micro pores present on vascular wall caused by the active ingredients of the horse chestnut. this lower fenestrature of the vessels prevents transpiration of liquid in the subcutis, thereby avoiding the turgor that often accompanies the formation of fatty tissue.

Horse Chestnut: ingredient of Mycream WomenThis result is intensified by the contrast implemented by escin in respect of bradykinin, an impor-
tant component of the vascular permeability. In the comparisons between several active ingredi-
ents of different plants, the vase activities protective and anti-edemic of escin was found to be six hundred times greater than that of rutin.

The activities of escin include also an important vasocon-
striction provoked by stress to the production of F-alpha prostaglandins and it is for this reason that the horse chestnut is also used in the treatment of varicose veins.

The Council of Europe, for the use of concentrated plant as cosmetic products, indicates the horse chestnut suitable for anti-edema and protective skin microcirculation.

Concept by Webattuale
© 2012 Wonderup Sagl - All rights reserved | xhtml | css | webmaster | site guide |