Densorphin ingredient for a dense, sexy and happy skin

Stimulation of β-Endorphins and DHEA activities to redensify the skin

Densorphin is a 100% natural active ingredient that is based on a concentrated extract of the monk’s pepper berries which stimulates the activities of ß-endorphin and DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone).

Densorphin is able to both effectively and rapidly redensify the mature skin of women and men.

As we grow older, the loss of sex hormones and β-Endorphins affects the skin quality of both women and men.

DHEA (which is the precursor of sex hormones) and β-endorphins are interesting targets for cosmetic products as our skin is able to synthesise both of them locally and autonomously.

In vitro studies have demonstrated that Densorphin stimulates the biosynthesis of DHEA.

Clinical studies performed on women and men aged over 50 years showed that Densorphin significantly increased the density and elasticity of their skin.

In addition, before and after pictures clearly showed an anti-wrinkle effect.

Therefore, Densorphin reduces the age-related loss in skin density and elasticity that is caused by hormonal changes in women and men aged over 50 years.

Claim Ideas for Densorphin

  • Increases the skin density after just one month
  • Visibly fades away wrinkles
  • Restores skin’s elasticity
  • Builds cushion into time-thinned skin


  • Anti-ageing treatments for 50+
  • Men’s skin care
  • Collagen and elastin boosters
  • Firming and lifting products
  • Repair formulas

Formulating with Densorphin

  • Recommended use level: 2%
  • Incorporation: For cold processes, dissolve Densorphin into the aqueous phase. In hot/cold processes, add during the cooling phase below 40°C.
  • Thermostability: Temperatures of up to 40°C for a short time will not affect the stability of Densorphin.

INCI (EU/PCPC) Declaration

  • Vitex Agnus Castus Extract / Vitex Agnus-Castus
  • Fruit Extract (and) Maltodextrin (and) Aqua / Water

Additional Information

  • Preservative-free
  • Alcohol-free

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