Hormetins as Novel Components of Cosmeceuticals and Aging Interventions

@article{Rattan2015HormetinsAN,
  title={Hormetins as Novel Components of Cosmeceuticals and Aging Interventions},
  author={S. Rattan},
  journal={Cosmetics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2},
  pages={11-20}
}
A promising strategy for maintaining a healthy and youthful phenotype during aging is that of mild stress-induced beneficial hormesis. The basis of hormesis lies in the molecular pathways of stress response, which are essential for the survival of a biological system by activation of maintenance and repair mechanisms in response to stress. Moderate physical exercise is the best example of a hormetin that brings about a wide range of health beneficial hormesis by first challenging the system… Expand

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