Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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At the end of July, Nutraveris was honored to be selected by the French Prime Minister’s office to join the delegation of four ministers, senators, and businessmen on a mission on health at Seoul. Representing the French colors during the first Prime Minister’s official visit to Korea, Nutraveris was presented as one of the best European scientific and regulatory consultancies for its excellence in assisting companies in registering their products in Europe.

Accompanied by four ministers: Ms Fleur Pellerin, Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation and Digital Economy; Geneviève Fioraso, Higher Education and Research; Dr. Helene Conway -Mouret, the French Foreign; and Kader Arif, 6 parliamentarians, veterans, businessmen and representatives of the French press, the Prime Minister met Ms Park Geun- hye, President of the Republic of Korea and Hong Chung -won, the Prime Minister.

Nutraveris got the great opportunity to contribute to meetings of the Korean and French business community in Seoul with the aim of training Korean’s most important pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food professionals to support their company’s access to the development of the European market.

The Prime Minister has declared Korea “a friend and partner” of France “with a potential future” and whose “role is going to be growing”. Trades between France and South Korea amounted to nearly $ 8 billion per year. Addressing Korean companies the French head of government emphasized that they had “a great potential for investment in France” especially implying small and medium enterprises (SMEs). This was confirmed by Cédric Bourges, founder and managing director of Nutraveris, who explained t that “60% of Nutraveris’ sales was indeed realized internationally”.

Monday, May 10, 2010
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A recent in vitro study carried out on normal human keratinocytes showed the ability of Pueraria radix to stimulate hyaluronic acid production. Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in the intercellular spaces of the epidermis and connective tissues of the dermis and is associated with many activities such as water retention, maintenance of cellular functions and skin homeostasis. Additional preclinical studies and clinical trials are necessary to confirm these early results.

Références: Wen KC, Lin SP, Yu CP, Chiang HM, “Comparison of Puerariae Radix and its hydrolysate on stimulation of hyaluronic acid production in NHEK cells”, Am J Chin Med. 2010;38(1):143-55.