Signum would like to share a link to our latest SIG-1273 anti-aging and antioxidant paper which has now been published in the peer reviewed Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology and listed on PubMed (US Library of Medicine NIH).
Link to our recent publication:

Signum researchers attended the Society for Investigative Dermatology (SID) in 2015. They  presented a poster  titled,  “SIG-1273: A Skin Protecting Cosmetic Functional Ingredient with a broad spectrum of anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties”.


SIG-1273: SIG-1273 successfully blocks UVA-induced IL-6 and MMP-1 production in HDFs. In addition, SIG-1273 accelerates fibroblast migration in an invitro wound-healing model. Moreover, SIG-1273 displays antioxidant properties blocking urban dust induced oxidation and cytotoxicity in keratinocytes, which is further supported by free radical scavenging capacity.



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Korri Thompson

Written by Korri Thompson

Korri is a Business Development Associate at Signum, where she upkeeps business relationships with companies and potential partners. She has a passion for all things health, therefore enjoys sharing her thoughts on important topics through Signum's Science of Staying Healthy blog.