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Biomimetic ingredient offers formulation benefits

The hydrolipidic film covers the surface of the skin and actively contributes to the skin surface smoothness and the skin barrier function. We have developed a biomimetic ingredient of the hydrolipidic film as per its fatty acid profile.

A natural effective solution for scalp and hair health

People want their hair to be beautiful and lustrous as it plays a key role in enhancing one’s overall appearance. Healthy-looking hair is mainly influenced by the scalp health itself.
Novel post-synaptic strategy against expression lines

Novel post-synaptic strategy against expression lines

In modern society, wrinkles are a matter of major concern as our faces are our calling card. Since a healthy young appearance is a sign of success, the beauty industry is constantly researching new cosmetic anti-ageing solutions. Wrinkles, as a sign of cutaneous ageing, may cause cosmetic disability and psychological distress.

Brightening effect caused by control of free radicals

Ultraviolet (UV) irradiation generates reactive oxygen species, which can have a series of biological effects on human skin cells, resulting in cosmetic skin damage such as pigmentation.

Sunscreen testing: ISO implications for ASEAN

The objective of producing harmonised test methods for sunscreen products is now well advanced. In November 2010, the first document – ISO 244441 was published. ISO 244422 – related to UVA in vivo testing (PPD) has been finalised and is due for publication soon.

An overview of natural preservatives

Microbial contamination of cosmetic products is a matter of great importance to the industry and it can become a major cause of both product and economic losses. Moreover, the contamination of cosmetics can result in their being converted into products hazardous for consumers.
Natural ingredient complex evens and lightens skin

Natural ingredient complex evens and lightens skin

One of the strongest trends driving the global skin care market today is skin whitening, lightening and evening of the skin tone. Ever current, this trend dates back as far back as ancient China and Japan, and does not fade with time. To this day whiter, flawless skin complexion is associated with health, nobility, purity and younger perception of age.

Greener chemistry for fragrance extracts

Over the past decade the demand for more natural food additives from consumers has resulted in an increase in the use of natural flavourings. However, this has not been reflected nearly so much in fragrances or fragrance formulations for personal care products.

Bioavailable polyphenols for anti-ageing cosmetics

It is known in the literature that phenolic compounds in their native form are unstable because of their phenolic functions that can be oxidised by the action of various environmental agents, such as oxygen, light, and certain metal elements.

Actives in colour cosmetics

As far back as the ancient Egyptians people have wanted to look their best. That particular advanced civilisation had an amazing array of beauty tools to enhance their natural looks, including products to get rid of stretch marks, minimise wrinkles and promote hair growth, as well as the powders and paints they used to create the very stylised make-up they wore.

Stimulating cellular metabolism combats ageing

Several factors are involved in the complex process of human skin ageing. Chronological ageing, which is genetically programmed and unavoidable, and extrinsic ageing, which is induced by combined environmental factors and results in a more or less rapid and severe phenotype.
Moringa butter: ancient botanical in modern form

Moringa butter: ancient botanical in modern form

Moringa butter is derived from the oil of the seeds of Moringa oleifera, a tree native to India. Moringa butter may infer certain skin benefits, when incorporated into hair and skin care products. Clinical data indicate that moringa butter enhances skin barrier recovery from barrier damage as well as increases skin hydration.

Actives protect epidermal stem cells against stresses

Epidermal stem cells (ESC) are necessary for epidermis renewing. These cells are also known to be more or less resistant to different types of apoptosis, in comparison with their keratinocyte counterparts: UV-induced cell death,1 oxidative stress-induced apoptosis2 or anoïkosis (a particular apoptosis resulting from loss of adhesion to extracellular matrix).3

Efficacy and capsulation of sodium poly-??-glutamate

Vesicles of poly-?-glutamate (?-PGA) were capsulated in order to improve skin efficacy and increase an adsorption into the epidermis. The capsulating method of ?-PGA was investigated to demonstrate the formation of self-assemblies by passing through a high pressure microfluidiser, rheological properties and physiological activity of stratum corneum (SC) by using ?-PGA vesicles.
Melanogenesis tackled by multi-level plant active

Melanogenesis tackled by multi-level plant active

Skin lightening products are a fast-growing segment of the beauty industry. In Asia, for many people, having light, porcelain skin is considered the ideal. To meet this demand, Soliance has developed and patented Axolight, an active ingredient with skin lightening properties, made from renewable plant matter.
SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION from IRB

SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION from IRB

Selected as one of the finalists for the Innovation Zone Best Ingredient Award at in-cosmetics Milan, Marrubium vulgare stems G is the first and unique third generation antioxidant.
New Intelligent Hydration with Croda’s DuraQuench IQ

New Intelligent Hydration with Croda’s DuraQuench IQ

Discover an innovative approach to effective moisturisation at in-cosmetics 2011 with Croda’s new moisturising complex, DuraQuench IQ. Its dual mechanism optimises skin moisturisation by the formation of an intelligent structural layer on the surface of the skin, while regulating water loss from within by reinforcing the skin’s natural barrier.
Three new products

Three new products

At in-cosmetics 2011, Mibelle Biochemistry presented three new products, PhytoCellTec Argan, LIPerfection and SunActin.
Induchem - Radiance revisited

Induchem - Radiance revisited

Skin has a tendency to lose its natural radiance due to diminished skin function as a result of ageing or due to different external factors, such as UV radiation, air condition, unbalanced diet and insufficient sleep. The consequence is a dull, uneven complexion and a rough, slackened texture.
Dr. Straetmans Presents Palm Oil Free Emulsifier

Dr. Straetmans Presents Palm Oil Free Emulsifier

Germany based Dr. Straetmans GmbH launched palm oil free glyceryl stearate citrate at this year’s in-cosmetic show in Milan.

Upcoming Events

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2019

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York
7 – 8 May 2019

Sustainability & Naturals in Cosmetics 2019

Berlin, Germany
14-15 May 2019

CITE Japan 2019

Pacifico Yokohama Exhibition Hall A-D
Wed. May 15 – Fri. May 17 2019

15th Sun Protection Conference 2019

Royal College of General Practitioners, 30 Euston Square, London
4-5 June 2019

in-cosmetics Korea 2019

Hall C, Coex, Seoul, South Korea
26 - 28 June 19

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