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Feed your defences

Did you know?

Higher levels of lactoferrin in the human body are found in colostrum, breast milk, and blood.

Free vs. Encapsulated

Encapsulated lactoferrin is better absorbed than free lactoferrin.


Had the vision to treat the first patients with liposomal lactoferrin.

Fun fact

Lactoferrin was first isolated in 1939 from cow’s milk and later in 1960 from human milk.

What is lactoferrin?

Lactoferrin (also known as lactotransferrin) is a milk-derived multifunctional glycoprotein that plays a very important role in different physiological processes in the human body, such as iron regulation, immune response, and defence mechanisms against pathogens. Lactoferrin is also present in mucous secretions (tears and saliva, among others), in neutrophils, and in blood.



Given its wide distribution in different tissues, lactoferrin is a multifunctional protein involved in different physiological processes in the human body. It acts as a “balancing” protein which maintains body homeostasis (self-regulation). Its main functions are related to their ability to combine with iron ions or molecules in their surroundings.


There is a protective shield which helps protect the organism naturally, in moments or periods when we need extra support. During winter, stress periods, or when faced with an illness, we can count on an ally that forms part of our immune system naturally: lactoferrin. This protein has an antimicrobial, antioxidant, and antioxidant effect and stimulates the immune system.
It is produced without Silicone, Paraben and Various Chemicals.
Organic Mixtures of Avacado, Lemon, Banana, Cucumber and Aloe Vera
No harm to skin. No damage was detected as a result of independent tests.
Used as a mask should not be kept more than 1 hour on the skin

DR GABRIEL SERRANO Dermatologist since 1976

Doctor in Dermatology and Venereology.
Visiting professor at the University of Bali (Indonesia)

Speaker at the main conferences of his field and author of over 300 papers.

Pioneer in the use of Nanotechnology.

Has suggested the first natural preventive treatment based on liposome-encapsulated lactoferrin against COVID-19.

Dr Serrano is an MD with a Cum Laude PhD in Medicine and Surgery by the University of Valencia, specialising in Dermatology and Veneorology. Dr Serrano is the Medical Director of his prestigious clinic in Valencia, and also the founder of the Sesderma and Mediderma Laboratories, present in more than 80 countries.

Along his over 40 years’ experience, he has treated around 40,000 dermatology patients and is pioneer in the development and treatment for vitiligo and skin cancer. He has published over 300 papers and is an editor in international scientific magazines. In addition, he gives lectures and holds workshops in national and international congresses.

Dr Serrano is member of the Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences, the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, the American Academy of Dermatology, the Ibero Latin American College of Dermatology, and the most important dermatological societies worldwide. Moreover, in he was 2018 was awarded by the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology for his over 10-year contribution to the Academy and his more than 25 years to the service of dermatology. This same year, he was named one of the “10 Colombians of the Year”, acknowledgement given by the Colombian Embassy to those Colombians resident in Spain who have contributed with their work and professional career to fostering the image of this country.



Due to its antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory action, supplementing your diet with lactoferrin is an interesting preventive measure given its ability to stimulate the immune system.