How to re-synchronise and preserve your circadian rhythm

How to re-synchronise and preserve your circadian rhythm

03 April 2019, 10:30 - 11:00

Technical Seminars Theatre 2

Saffron flowers are historically cultivated in the South West of France and have many properties.

They contribute especially to the re-synchronization of the circadian rhythm by enabling the restoration of the rhythmicity of associated genes’ expression. The latter controls many functions required for the skin wellbeing and cell homeostasis.

Moreover, these flowers protect cells from UV radiation’s harmful effects by stimulating the defense of cells and skin barrier function. With the saffron flower extract, the skin clock is restored and the skin regains its vitality throughout the day.


  • Julie Despres


    R&D Biology Project Manager


    Julie has a Ph.D. in cellular biology fulfilled in 2017, at GlycoMEV laboratory of Rouen University in collaboration with Bioeurope (SOLABIA Group). ...

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