INSPIRED BY NATURE’S RICH NUTRIENTS
If we observe the many types of birds that live in Tibet’s high-altitude plantations, we find that the birds eat just the one small, culinary delicacy. They peck exclusively at the particularly nutritious parts of the green tea plant – the tender, young tips of the leaves, which give the birds all the energy that they need. It is the very tips of these green tea leaves that are such an important nutrient in timeblock.
UNIQUE FREEZE-DRYING PROCESS
A gentle freeze-drying process has been specially matured to maximise the growth of nutrients while also effectively reducing contamination. Careful consideration goes into choosing the time of the harvest – for example, the young leaf tips of green tea, which are notably rich in nutrients, are picked repeatedly over a period of weeks. We never rush nature, so the quality is always the best.
OUR MAIN ACTIVE INGREDIENT
Other formulas scarcely penetrate the top layer of the skin, or soak through all layers of the skin at such speed that they cannot possibly be effective. Equol forms a natural reservoir, releases its effect over a long period of time and has a positive influence on the optimum number of skin cells. Equol sets to work in the skin, exactly where it is needed.
WHAT MAKES EQUOL SO SPECIAL?
The biochemists and research institutions belonging to our Group have managed, for the first time, to produce the high-performance phytoestrogen, Equol, at considerably lower cost via a patented synthetisation process. As a result, timeblock is able to use a high concentration of Equol in its most effective molecular structure in our skin care products.
Telomeres work like a stopwatch inside every cell, determining how long each cell in your entire body lives. Each time a cell divides, your telomeres get a little shorter, and after 50 cell divisions the cell finally dies.
The length of your telomeres represents your biological age. Scientists at timeblock® researched telomeres for 20 years, determining that they can physically lengthen telomeres and lengthen cell life by activating telomerase.