Derived from brown rice, Arginine is one of the 20 amino acids contained in our proteins. Il has a key role in cell division, in wound repair and in the good running of our immune system. L-Arginine blocks the enzymes responsible of the creation of black pigments (Tyrosinase et Tyrp1).


Brown rice culture, from which comes arginine, is widespread in Asia, South America but also in Europe and North Africa. Oryza glaberrima of African rice is particularly known.


Arginine has a stimulating effect that boosts cell renewal. It also has an inhibitory effect that blocks the synthesis of melanin, and that we use in our correcting products of the MEL'OYA range. Arginine also helps wounds heal.