Powerful protection against infrared and blue light

Antioxidant / Energizing

Antioxidant / Energizing

Firmness / Plumping

Firmness / Plumping

Skin Defense

Skin Defense

Sun Care / Photo-Aging

Sun Care / Photo-Aging

InfraGuard combines organic sunflower shoots and powerful antioxidants from the tara tree in order to efficiently protect the skin against the harmful effects of infrared (IR) and 5G irradiation.

Infrared rays are known to penetrate deeper into the skin than UV-rays. Due to radical formation, they inhibit mitochondrial energy production, which is essential for the healthy functioning of our cells and tissues. InfraGuard efficiently neutralizes radicals and protects the skin against IR oxidative stress.

Clinical tests carried out during the summer holidays proved that IR adversely affects our skin as UV protection with SPF30 alone did not protect against the loss of firmness and density. However, upgrading the SPF30 cream with InfraGuard significantly improved these skin parameters. Consequently InfraGuard opens the doors to a new generation of sun care formulation.

Moreover, InfraGuard significantly protects essential skin cells from high energy visible (HEV) light, also known as blue light. Blue light is emitted by mobile devices and computer screens and generates reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the skin. Furthermore, InfraGuard protects skin cells against 5G-induced inflammation stress.

COSMOS approved and NATRUE approved version available.

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Product Documents

Plant Source

The sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is a perennial flowering plant that is native to North America. It is cultivated in regions as a food crop and ornamental plant. The sunflower is a symbol for energy and perfection because of its symmetry and longevity. The sprouts of this fast growing plant have the highest concentration of phytonutrients, the compounds in plants that are known for their health promoting properties.

Tara (Caesalpinia spinosa) is a small leguminous tree that is native to the Peruvian Andes and which tolerates dry climates and poor soils. Tara’s fruits are called pods and are used in traditional medicine to treat infections and to improve healing. They are very rich in hydrolysable tannins with gallic acid as the main constituent. Tannins extracted from tara are highly efficient and stable antioxidants.

Infra Guard
Proven efficacy

In vitro

  • Antioxidant power compared to that of Vitamin C
  • Protection of mitochondrial functions
  • Protection of the mitochondria against IR- induced damages
  • Inhibition of the IR-induced reduction of DNA content in mitochondria
  • Protection of skin cells from blue light
  • Anti-pollution activity
  • Protection of keratinocytes against the damaging effects of 5G irradiation

In vivo

  • Increase of skin firmness and density despite sun exposure (UV+IR)
  • Blocks IR and blue light induced free radical formation
  • Protects mitochondrial DNA
  • Inhibits light induced skin aging
  • Prevents the loss of skin density upon sun exposure
  • Reduces 5G-induced free radical formation and inflammation
INCI (EU/PCPC) Declaration

InfraGuard (standard version): Caesalpinia Spinosa Fruit Pod Extract (and) Propylene Glycol (and) Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Sprout Extract (and) Sodium Benzoate (and) Phenoxyethanol (and) Aqua / Water

InfraGuard pwd (powder version without preservatives, 2-fold concentrated, COSMOS approved and NATRUE approved version): Caesalpinia Spinosa Fruit Pod Extract (and) Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Sprout Extract (and) Maltodextrin (and) Aqua / Water


* Raw material approved by ECOCERT GREENLIFE in accordance with the COSMOS Standard



  • Liquid
  • Water-soluble
  • Without alcohol
  • Version without preservatives available

Recommended use level

  • 2  – 3 %
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Development of an in Vitro Assay to Evaluate the Biological Impact of 5G Technology on Human Skin—Shield Effect of a Tannin-Rich Plant Extract 06.2022


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