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Grant Industries' Gransil SBG-11

With shea butter interspersed within an elastomer network, Gransil SBG-11 offers improved sensory properties.

Biosil Technologies, Inc.'s Firm’Act

This ingredient upregulates the expression of unique gene markers involved in cellular stress response to protect skin.

LenaJapon's Moist Body Soap

Moist Body Soap uses Japanese beauty techniques to cleanse and moisturize skin with naturally-derived ingredients.

Megassane’s Mega Beauty Reveal

Givaudan Active Beauty has revealed new skin tone-highlighting benefits from its Megassane ingredient, meeting the demand for products that illuminate skin's natural beauty.

BASF Actives are ‘Inspired by Life’

BASF dipped into wellness trends for three anti-aging ingredients introduced at Cosmetagora 2018, meant to soothe and rejuvenate skin and hair.

Lipotec Molecule Found Effective Against Free Radicals

Lipotec's Lipochroman molecule has been proven by a recent clinical test to increase the antioxidative capacity of skin and defend against xenobiotics.

Collaboration Develops Natural Rheology Modifier

Clariant and Global Bioenergies announced the development of a new renewable isobutene-based bio-polymer for personal care lotions and creams. This new ingredient helps expand possibilities for brands making a transition to more natural formulations.

Citystem Now Acts on Autophagy

Sederma's Citystem is an active ingredient that was tested and proved to help improve skin after four weeks. The ingredient now has new data and is efficient in restoring the autophagic activity of skin cells.

Unite's 7Seconds Blowout Crème

Unite's 7Seconds Blowout Crème uses a conditioning formula to prevent frizz and protect hair during heat styling.

January 2018 Product Roundup: Moisturizers & Barrier Care

New for 2018, the Cosmetics & Toiletries Product Roundup is a monthly feature presenting ingredients, equipment or services that relate to a chosen theme. Check out this month's collection of moisturizers and barrier care ingredients.

A New Code for Skin Care, Part II: Breakthroughs in the Delivery of RNAi Therapeutics

As described in Part I, the cosmetics industry has been developing RNAi technologies for skin care applications. However, a major stumbling block has been their delivery into skin. This second installment briefly reviews new delivery methods for the implementation and commercialization of RNAi-based products.

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