Results of clinical studies on PerleSkin published in International Journal of Dermatology
Clinical studies has revealed the results that is said to validate skin lightening claims for PerleSkin nutricosmetics formula, which is targeted worldwide.
The study included 26 female volunteers between the ages of 26 and 50 years old, of which there is a mix of both Asian and Caucasians,who were invited to test the product,which is an apple-flavoured drink made of Pycnogenol French pine bark extract and Pomegranate extract and Vitamins.
Clinical study took in 26 volunteers over two months
The women took two sticks a day as instant drinks , over a period of two months, with the women's skin being assessed for general appearance before, during and after study period.
In Caucasian women the study findings relied on a sensorial evaulation using a trained jury that found skin radiance and luminosity improved by 16 percent after 28 days and 23 percent after 56 days.
While with respect to Asian women, it showed a visible and significant lightening effect in 78 pecent of the volunteers,demonstrated by a spectrocolorimeter , while an anti-blotch effect was noted after 28 days.
61 percent of subjects reported a more radiant complexion
Likewise, across all subjects , 61 percent of the volunteers evaluated theri skin to be more uniform in apperanace,with the same percentage also said that their complexion was more radiant.
Further to the inital findings of the study, studies shown that the positive effects to the skin texture were also reported , with 94 percent of Caucasian women reporting a more "velvety" aspect to the skin, while Asian volunteers reported less greasy skin.