Backed by Science

Backed by Science

We’re pioneering a new future for anti-aging skincare: one that combines groundbreaking cosmedical-grade ingredients from around the world with the very best of nature, and is backed by clinical data and impressive results.

So, how do we do it? Each Juvenate formulation and its method of application is carefully considered, from the beginning stages of development right through to the end design. This allows us to produce products that are easy and effective to use, and - most importantly - deliver optimal results.  

Each of Juvenate’s products contains between eight and ten sophisticated, clinically-proven active ingredients. Each is formulated at optimal strength for maximum efficacy.


Starting from a biomimetic base similar to the lipidic composition of the skin surface with the ability to generate liquid crystal structures that mimic the stratum corneum organisation.  The Juvenate range includes a number of ingredients you’d expect to find in a high-performing skincare range, such as Hyaluronic Acid, Niacinamide and Vitamins A, C and E etc.  Then each product is built up, layer upon layer, to incorporate between eight and ten clinically-proven bio-active ingredients per product, all formulated at optimal strengths for maximum efficacy.

We then combine these with our enhanced delivery system to strengthen and prolong the delivery of active ingredients to the skin. This ensures that they hit their mark and reach the areas of your client’s skin that need them most.

Our unique multi-dimensional approach has been clinically proven to target the signs of aging skin.

Here are just a few of the benefits that our innovative and award-winning ingredients have shown in clinical trials:

  Increased growth of collagen and elastin
  Stimulation and renewal of deep skin cells
  An increase in skin flexibility
  Soothing and repairing of damaged and post-treatment skin
  Increased hydration levels
  Age lines and wrinkles are smoothed
  Firming and lifting of sagging skin
  Plumping of hollow skin
Acid mantle repair
Improve the functional and structural strength of the skin supporting skin barrier function
Protection from free radicals that cause premature aging
  Increased penetration of active ingredients

The following results are based on just two of our actives: 

Self-Regenerative Stem Cells - Breakthrough Technology

Adipose-derived Stem Cells & Skin Regeneration - in our Rejuvenate Creme & Renewal Day Creme

At optimal strength this groundbreaking Self-Regenerative Stem Cell Technology stimulates stem cells and growth factor production, improves epidermis regeneration and thickness, resurfaces skin and blurs vertical wrinkles.

As the chart shows, the active formula showed an improvement of wrinkles and skin texture compared to placebo. This effect was significantly confirmed at 28 days with a result of -16% for the wrinkles and -9% for roughness of skin. A smoothing effect was observed and confirmed at 28 days with -19% reduction on the average skin roughness.


This is a patented Vitamin C used in our Rejuvenate Creme, Renewal Day Creme and the Intensive Resurfacing Serum at optimal strengths, which contains the acclaimed Kakadu Plum. This superfruit has been identified as the fruit with the world’s highest vitamin C content, up to about 100 times more than an orange! It reinforces cell antioxidant defenses for a better protection against oxidative stress-induced damage.  By stimulating hyaluronic acid and pro-collagen 1 synthesis, skin youthfulness is preserved with a decrease in the appearance of wrinkles and skin radiance and luminosity is enhanced for a glowing complexion.

In the clinical trial shown below, the use of Superox-CTM active product saw significant reductions in skin roughness on both Day 15 and Day 30, compared with the placebo. Tests show an increase in skin smoothness, as well as a decrease in skin roughness.

The Superox-CTM active product results in a statistically significant improvement in gloss value, at each experimental monitored time (day 15 and day 30). The gloss value measures the specular component of the reflected light and correlates with the luminous perception of the skin.