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New in Antiaging (page 33 of 53)
Jun 25, 2009 | 11:47 AM CDT
This formulation is applied to the eye area to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and protect the eye area from DNA damage.
Jun 22, 2009 | 02:34 PM CDT
This formula is designed with peptides to fight wrinkles.
Jun 19, 2009 | 09:37 AM CDT
The Excellence line utilizes the essential oils of magnolia, iris, sunflower, and chamomile flower extracts to provide antiaging benefits to aging skin.
Jun 15, 2009 | 09:19 AM CDT
Before melanin synthesis occurs, this brown seaweed extract reduces the release of nitric oxide, a melanogenic mediator, to down-regulate skin pigmentation.
Jun 03, 2009 | 04:17 PM CDT
YON-KA has introduced a pair of lifting and firming products formulated with flower peptide technology from hibiscus and white lupine.
May 29, 2009 | 03:27 PM CDT
By: Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics & Toiletries mag…
Considering the demand for potent actives, this issue of C&T magazine features an article by Sabarinathan describing the nourishment of skin cell mitochondria as an antiaging approach. Also related to skin health, Wiechers considers orthorhombic phase stabilization as a novel mechanism for moisturization.
May 29, 2009 | 01:20 PM CDT
By: Mike Farwick, Ursula Maczkiewitz, Peter Lersch…
Degradation of dermal and epidermal proteins and the reduced proliferation of collagen and hyaluronic acid in the dermis occur during aging. Thus, antiaging technologies must to correct these deficiencies to induce skin regeneration and combat the signs of aging. Data presented here demonstrates that ECM-derived tetrapeptides have the potential to counterbalance ECM degeneration.
May 21, 2009 | 02:44 PM CDT
P&G Beauty & Grooming scientists have identified the "skin tipping point" of skin aging and suggested topical ingredients that may slow this tipping point down.
May 07, 2009 | 02:22 PM CDT
This grapefruit extract stimulates the formation of phase II enzymes, which strongly support the outward transfer and later destruction of toxins and chemicals from skin cells.
May 04, 2009 | 04:13 PM CDT
By: Liki von Oppen-Bezalel, IBR Ltd.
In this dual approach to antiaging, intrinsic factors are first addressed by slowing cell proliferation in skin via a technology based on dormins—in this case, extracts from dormant Narcissus tazetta bulb. Then, to protect against extrinsic aging, colorless carotenoids are employed to absorb UV radiation and prevent oxidative stress damage.