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Extremophile cells offer UV stress protection
The high Alpine plant Saponaria pumila is a survival specialist. It weathered the last ice age growing on ice-free mountain peaks, so-called nunataks exposed to constantly low temperatures and high levels of UV radiation.
Ester and triglyceride gels using alkyl dimethicone
The addition of structure to organic oils results in some unique aesthetics in cosmetic formulations. The organic oils that can be structures include triglycerides and esters. The structuring agent can simply increase viscosity and improve flow or provide rigid thixotropic gels. The most interesting cosmetic aesthetics occurs when structuring agents (also called gelling agents) are added to low viscosity esters and triglycerides that are dry on the skin.
Myrica fruit wax offers hair care benefits
Natural waxes are synthesised biochemically by numerous plants and animals. Plants secrete waxes into and on the surface of their cuticles as a way to control evaporation, wettability and hydration. As a result of climatic conditions, many plants in tropical regions also store waxes in membrane layers in the cuticula as an additional protection against evaporation of water.
Cell defence regenerator
Mibelle Biochemistry is introducing a biologically active hepta-peptide that stimulates the skin’s own self-defence mechanisms against oxidative stress at the cellular level.
HA turnover sustained
Optim Hyal has been designed by Sederma to stimulate hyaluronic acid neosynthesis and sustain its turnover. It restores the optimal level of hyaluronic acid in the skin to make it smooth, moisturised and supple as young skin.
Multicultural hair conditioning
Croda Europe Ltd launches a new conditioning agent, Crodazoquat MCC (MultiCultural Conditioning), designed to address the expanding market need for multicultural conditioning and damage repair for a diverse range of hair types.
Sensoriality and targeting regular sunscreen usage
Substantial progress has been made in the protection of skin from the sun since the first commercial sunscreen products were introduced in the 1930s.1 Erythema, primarily from UVB light (290 nm-320 nm), is the first negative consequence experienced as a result of excessive sun exposure.
Anti-blemish and hydrating effects
Naolys, the French company specialised in plant cell culture presents active plant cells with mattifying and hydrating activities from Chinese peony (Paeonia lactiflora).
Ester has spreadability
Lonza has recently launched a new Lonzest DC Emollient Ester that offers excellent spreadability on the skin and skin conditioning properties that will benefit personal care formulators.
At the SEPAWA Congress in Germany, KahlWax will be presenting the company’s self-emulsifying waxes which open up great new options for the cosmetics industry.
Texture and smoothness of stressed skin improved
Symrise launches SymVital AR, which is a 100% pure and natural ginger root extract. SymVital AR is proven to significantly improve the skin texture and smoothness of stressed skin, smoothing wrinkles and enhancing complexion regularity in three weeks. It also helps to reduce signs of sun damage in less than two weeks.
Colour protection preserves volume
Dow Corning has introduced an innovative silicone microemulsion that helps bring hair repair and colour protection benefits to shampoos without sacrificing hair volume.
Lipo Chemicals portfolio presented at in-cosmetics Brazil
The personal care unit of Vantage Specialty Chemicals are focused on new technologies that are sustainable, green and natural and offer a wide array of specialty, basic and naturally derived ingredient solutions.
Toning muscles to visibly sculpt body figure
Nowadays, stressful lifestyles involve less free time and normally less physical activity too (long working hours, multiple responsibilities…) so a significant percentage of the population can be considered sedentary.1
Key to skin’s longevity found in snow algae
In the summer, persisting snow fields on high mountains are sometimes tinged with a red, pink colour. This phenomenon is caused by the snow alga Chlamydomonas nivalis. It is a unicellular member of the green algae that changed colour by producing carotenoids for protection against high ultraviolet radiation.
Ultra-Mild surfactant blend from Innospec
Iselux® Ultra Mild provides the formulator with an optimized concentrate to create cleansing systems so inherently mild to skin and eyes that they are even suitable for baby shampoos and washes.
A new alternative for natural oil thickening
Creating highly viscous or soft-solid oil phases without losing the sensorial profile is a task not easy to accomplish for cosmetic formulators. There are few possibilities and only a couple of ingredients that will have a viscosity increasing effect on liquid oils without altering the sensorial profile. dermofeel viscolid was introduced last year by Dr. Straetmans, filling a gap in the market of oil based cosmetic products.
Selecting the perfect silicone for your formulation
Silicone chemistry is playing an increasingly important role in modern personal care and cosmetic formulations. A unique and multifunctional set of properties combine to ensure silicones stay at the top of the formulator’s toolkit, delivering superior aesthetics and unmatched, cost-effective, sensory benefits.
Focus on green actives
The growing array of green actives is spurring innovation in the cosmetics industry. Organic Monitor believes that novel green ingredients are also bringing fresh technical challenges.
Multicultural hair conditioning
At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Germany, Croda Inc announced the launch of a new conditioning agent, Crodazoquat MCC (MultiCultural Conditioning), designed to address the expanding market need for multicultural conditioning and damage repair for a diverse range of hair types.
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