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Apr 30, 2007 | 01:36 PM CDT
By: Guest column by Paolo U. Giacomoni, PhD, Estée…
One antioxidant does not address all of the different free radicals that may be formed by an oxidative stress. Thus it is best to use a blend. In selecting antioxidants, a chemist must consider concentration and the effect of synergies or antagonists.
Apr 02, 2007 | 01:28 PM CDT
By: Charles Fox, Independent Consultant
The following column discusses new technology in the antiaging field. Also included are new formulations in hair color, new formulations in makeup, and other notable formulations.
Feb 01, 2007 | 11:03 AM CST
By: Ratan K Chaudhuri, PhD, Zoia Lascu and Germain…
A standardized extract of Phyllanthus emblica (Syn. Emblica officinalis) fruits has been shown to be a safe and effective skin lightener for normal and hyperpigmented skin as demonstrated by several pilot clinical studies. This report shows melanin inhibitory activity for low molecular-weight hydrolyzable tannins.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:24 AM CST
By: Jeanette M. Waller and Howard I. Maibach, MD
This review examines the medical literature on the thickness of aging human skin and the common assumption, based on appearance, that elderly skin is thinner. In fact, among dermatological researchers there is great controversy about the effects of aging on the thickness of skin strata.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:20 AM CST
By: Dov Tamarkin, PhD, Meir Eini and Doron Friedma…
Foam products are emerging as the future vehicle for the delivery of cosmetic and cosmeceutical active agents. They can deliver active ingredients for a variety of skin conditions such as wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne and cellulite. This review will highlight several advantages of foam.
Nov 01, 2006 | 11:08 AM CST
By: Ingrid Vervier and Bénédicte Courel, Dow Corni…
The authors describe a silica-coated silicone elastomer powder that can be incorporated into skin care and color cosmetic applications for wrinkle-masking and sebum control properties, as well as to create novel textures and sensory characteristics.
Nov 01, 2006 | 10:56 AM CST
By: L. Rigano and C. Andolfatto, Laboratori L. Rig…
A particular extract of DNA from the gonadic tissue of male sturgeons is shown to have cell renewal effects with possible antiaging benefits for skin moisture, thickness, elasticity and micro-wrinkles.
Nov 01, 2006 | 10:47 AM CST
By: Catherine Lenaers, David Boudier, Christa Chau…
A rye extract rich in arabinoxylans is shown to stimulate the synthesis of mechano-receptor proteins and alpha-SMA fibers in the skin, improving the skin’s mechanical resistance and reducing the appearance of gravity wrinkles.
Oct 10, 2006 | 02:08 PM CDT
By: Qi Jia, Unigen Pharmaceuticals Inc.
The development of high throughput biochemical screening technology began in the mid-1980s.
Jun 29, 2006 | 11:30 AM CDT
By: Jeanette M. Waller, Howard I. Maibach, M.D.
This is the first of three reviews of technical literature examining the fact and fancy of aging skin. The three topics are cutaneous blood flow, cutaneous biochemistry and skin thickness.