IC-RAMP® stands for Inter-Cellular Regenerative, Relay, Resonance and Amplification.
IC-RAMP® Technology is at the forefront of research and development of stem cells cosmetics in Switzerland.
It is the driving technology behind the highly advanced CHOLLEY PHYTOCELL® PRODUCTS, which are designed as superbly effective skincare solutions for specific needs.
OUR EXCLUSIVE IC-RAMP® TECHNOLOGY
IC-RAMP® Technology represents the new frontier of CHOLLEY Anti-Aging and Skin Regenerating Products.
The combination of IC-RAMP® Technology with extracts of special stem cells, delivers innovative and advanced stem cells cosmetics with outstanding effects and immediate results on your skin.
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF IC-RAMP®
Inter- Cellular, Regenerative, Relay, Resonance, and Amplification
Inter-Cellular = A communication between epidermal and fibroblast cells
Regeneration = An easy regeneration of the extra-cellular matrix (ECM)
Relay = The signal communication
Resonance = The activation of fibroblasts
Amplification = A more efficient regeneration process that amplifies effects on skin
Skin cells are in constant communication with one another. For instance, when the skin is cut, cells at all layers (epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis) get involved in preventing infection and healing the damage. Inter-cellular communication also involves regenerative processes.
As an example, exfoliation of dead epidermal cells triggers the production of new cells at the basal (germinating) layer of the skin.
STEM CELLS COSMETICS, SKIN REGENERATION, AND IC-RAMP® TECHNOLOGY
IC-RAMP® Technology takes advantage of the same mechanism that the skin uses to heal itself after a cut or an abrasion.
IC-RAMP® Technology utilizes inter-cellular communication to regenerate the skin. Based on the latest innovations in Swiss biotechnology, IC-RAMP® takes advantage of the capacity of special phyto stem cells to trigger the release of Connective Tissue Growth Factor (CTGF) by the keratinocytes of the epidermis.
It reaches deep into the dermis layer to boost the production of a new connective tissue by fibroblast cells.
SKIN REGENERATION PROCESS
The dermis layer is where the most notable signs of aging – lines and wrinkles– develop as skin matures.
CTGF (Connective Tissue Growth Factor) binds with special receptors on fibroblasts to set off the production of new collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, which constitute the extra-cellular matrix (ECM) or the biological support structure of the skin.
This amplification of the skin regeneration process represents the driving force of IC-RAMP® Technology in CHOLLEY PHYTOCELL PRODUCTS.