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Nanovehicles for nutraceuticals and cosmetics


From development to commercialization. 
See how we do it. 

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Nanovehicles for nutraceuticals and cosmetics


From development to commercialization. 
See how we do it. 

 

SOVIGO is a science-based company focused on healthy nutrition and cosmetics. Our team of experienced scientists and engineers is passionate about application of innovative delivery systems for active ingredients. 

 
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What we do


Our primary goal is to create the highest-quality products, with scientifically proven
evidence of efficacy, maximum absorption and bioavailability. 

What we do


Our primary goal is to create the highest-quality products, with scientifically proven
evidence of efficacy, maximum absorption and bioavailability. 

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DEVELOPMENT

SOVIGO specializes in the development of innovative nutraceuticals and cosmetics based on liposomal encapsulation technologies (LETs). Our primary goal is to create the highest-quality products with scientifically proven evidence of efficacy, maximum absorption and bioavailability of active ingredients. 

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PRODUCTION

All active ingredients are encapsulated in special formulated liposomes with high-grade quality phospholipids (PLs). PLs in their highest purity ensure superior liposomes with greater stability and delivery to the cells. Our formulation process is systematically analyzed, controlled and tested to ensure high quality of formulations.

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COMMERCIALIZATION

SOVIGO is actively evaluating the nutrition as well as the cosmetic market opportunities and will commercialise products with innovative delivery mechanisms and formulations. Our team is currently working on scaling-up the manufacturing process of the first products to reach commercial market level. 

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Why we do it


Why we do it


Because we believe that for every problem...

Many actives have relatively low oral bioavailability and limited skin penetration. The low oral bioavailability depends on several factors but in most cases it is associated with the poor solubility of the compound in the aqueous environment and poor absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. Similarly delivering of active ingredients through the layers of skin right down to the cellular level is mostly limited by skin barrier.

...there is a solution...

Liposomal encapsulation technology (LET) is a superior delivery system of active compounds based on sub-microscopic particles – liposomes - composed of molecules called phospholipids. Phospholipids are natural building blocks of the very basic units of life in our body - the cells. The nano-size of these nutrient-filled liposomes allow them to slip into the bloodstream from the intestines and pass through the skin barrier.

...WHICH can improve quality of life

High tech encapsulation technology is proven nanochemistry that can make nutrients or active compounds more efficient and effective. It means that even though doses are reduced less than normal intake, the delivery system’s effectiveness is not changed. Reduction of this magnitude can tremendously improve nutritional and therapeutic potential of many compounds.

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Who we are


Who we are


grzegorz kielbowicz

PhD, Co-founder

Grzegorz holds a Ph.D. in biological sciences. He worked as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry and The Faculty of Food Science at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences. Throughout his academic years he was involved in the field of food biotechnology, natural product chemistry and analytical chemistry, which is where his interests developed. He is specializing in analysis and chemo-enzymatic modification of phospholipids and their applications as delivery systems of active ingredients.

Pawel Mitula

PhD, Co-founder

Pawel is a Biotechnologist with a passion for chemistry and technological processes. His adventures in lipids chemistry began with PhD studies on synthesis, physiochemical properties and biochemical activities of phospho- and phosphonolipids. He has been involved in numerous research projects in the area of medicine, chemistry, cosmetic and food industry. His current interests include methods for improving bioavailability of active compounds and application of smart drug delivery systems.

ZAMÓWIENIA


ZAMÓWIENIA


 

Zaproszenie do składania ofert Nr 1/2018

W związku z ubieganiem się przez firmę Sovigo sp. z o.o. z o dofinansowanie projektu w ramach działania 1.2.C.b Usługi dla przedsiębiorstw – „Bon na innowację”, a także w związku z obowiązkiem stosowania zasady konkurencyjności zapraszamy do składania ofert na: Przeprowadzenie usługi „Opracowanie innowacyjnej formulacji podawanego doustnie związku biologicznie aktywnego o właściwościach przeciwzapalnych i przeciwutleniających w oparciu o systemy koloidalne w zakresie submikronowym”

02.04.2018

 
 

Contact us


Contact us


Thanks for visiting  SOVIGO! For general questions or inquiries, please complete the form below. We look forward to hearing from you.

SOVIGO
Dunska 9 (Wroclaw Technology Park, Delta building) 
54-427 Wroclaw, Poland

 
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Scientific publications


Scientific publications


1

Positional analysis of phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine via LC with a charged aerosol detector. Talanta, 2015, 141, 137-142

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Separation and Quantification of Phospholipid and Neutral Lipid Classes by HPLC–CAD: Application to Egg Yolk Lipids. Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies, 2015, 38(8).

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 A new liquid chromatography method with charge aerosol detector (CAD) for the determination of phospholipid classes. Application to milk phospholipids. Talanta, 2013, 105, 28-33

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Simple method of positional analysis of phosphatidylcholine. Food Chemistry, 2012, 135, 2542–2548

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5

 

An LC method for the analysis of phosphatidylcholine hydrolysis products and its application to the monitoring of the acyl migration process.  Talanta, 2012, 94, 22-29  

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