The Role of NAD+ in Regenerative Medicine

The October issue of the Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery features an exciting new paper from Nuchido CEO and Chief Scientist Dr Nichola Conlon.

Science shows that cellular aging can now be slowed and even reversed, and NAD+ is a viable tool to support cellular health.

The decline of the cellular molecule NAD+ has been identified as a key driver of the cellular aging process and NAD+ restoration has been shown to support youthful cellular function.  This not only has benefits inside the body, but also at the surface level in the skin.

The skin is the largest organ in the body and the first to show the physical impacts of aging. However, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, are due to changes that occur at a cellular level. Termed the ‘Hallmarks of Aging’ these key cellular changes can be targeted with NAD+.


Hallmarks of Aging


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