What is NMN that the world is paying attention to now?

    The key to activating longevity genes/sirtuin genes

    NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide) is a substance that is made in the human body. It is converted to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) in the body and is responsible for the energy production necessary for human life, but it is known that it decreases with age. However, research has shown that NMN promotes the production of NAD+ in cells and activates sirtuin genes known as longevity genes. It is attracting attention from all over the world.

    A very small amount of NMN is also found in food

    Green and yellow vegetables and fruits such as edamame, broccoli, avocado, and grapes are known to contain NMN. However, its content is very small. It is not realistic for us to get enough NMN from food.

    NMN content in green-yellow vegetables and fruits

    Pursuing the highest quality NMN
    EUREA's NMN is made in Japan with Japanese raw materials

    NMN is expected to have the effect of activating sirtuin genes. It can be said that it is the key to the destiny of living beautifully and healthily. It used to be difficult to stably supply and commercialize high-quality NMN, but Eurea makes it possible. We deliver high-quality NMN made in Japan with Japanese ingredients derived from yeast.
    *NMN nicotinamide mononucleotide (skin conditioning ingredient)

    EUREA's Commitment to High-Quality NMN

    Patent for cosmetics containing NMN

    We have partnered with a company that has a "patent for cosmetics containing nicotinamide mononucleotide" to manufacture and sell high-quality products that can be used safely. Eurea is committed to providing the highest quality products for those who want beautiful, healthy skin.

    Joint research with research institutes

    Through joint research with Bayou Analytica, a company with advanced scientific and technological capabilities and a start-up company from Osaka University , we are working on the development of cosmetics and supplements containing NMN. Through this joint research, we are able to provide safer, higher-quality products.