A revolutionizing discovery

The enzyme Zonase was discovered by scientists at the University of Bergen, Norway.

By coincidence scientists observed that women working in a salmon farm in Norway had remarkably smooth skin on their hands, despite working with their hands in cold water all day long. The skin appeared to repair itself and many of them also experienced a notable improvement of skin ailments.

The scientists identified an enzyme in the salmon eggs, that breaks down the eggshell during the hatching process, without damaging the embryo. From the hatching water scientists managed to extract the enzyme, that was given the name Zonase.

When applied on human skin Zonase breaks down dead skin cells and promotes build up of (eller growth) of healthy skin under the dead skin cells.