The never ending fight against free radicals might come to an end. Scientists at Northwestern University successfully developed synthetic melanin that's applied in a cream. Headlines of a skin cream that can not only protect the skin from the sun but also accelerates wound healing. Sounds like a good investment.
The synthetic melanin is modified to have higher free radical scavenging capacity. In other words, aid effectiveness in neutralizing free radicals to protect cells and tissues from damage. In the context of melanin, this is crucial as many obstacles such as UV exposure can disrupt melanin production. Eventually pose risk for skin related issues such as skin cancer.
Equally important, the synthetic melanin acts as a super melanin. With amazing results shown for topical applications to injured skin and effects with the immune system. Not only healing and protecting the skin. But has the ability to allow the body to have a calming effect and lower rates of inflammation. As scientists call this super melanin, who is this powerful cream for? Clinical trial testing is currenting ongoing to test for efficacy of the synthetic melanin cream. However, this cream can act as a sunscreen, treatment for poison ivy, treatment for wound care and cancer patients. Synthetic melanin cream is versatile, offering a one-size-fits-all solution that caters to a broad spectrum of applications.