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Feb 26, 2008 | 03:18 PM CST
Mibelle Biochemistry has combined nature and science to create an active based on apple stem cells.
Feb 12, 2008 | 03:18 PM CST
Mibelle Biochemistry has launched a liposomal preparation of Astragalus membranaceus root extract that fights both aging and blemishes.
Feb 12, 2008 | 03:08 PM CST
BASF Beauty Care Solutions is introducing a botanical extract that helps to protect naturally-occurring growth factors.
Jan 30, 2008 | 09:22 AM CST
Laboratoires Sérobiologiques, a division of Cognis France, has introduced a complex of plant and marine origin designed to protect skin against aging.
Jan 16, 2008 | 09:10 AM CST
Sederma has created an active that addresses the affects of aging skin. The new ingredient reportedly is a complementary source of calcium and essential amino acids and is especially designed to reboost cell metabolism and protein synthesis.
Jan 10, 2008 | 09:47 AM CST
A newly developed biomimetic tetrapeptide has been linked to a lipid for higher stability and optimal skin penetration.
Jan 04, 2008 | 10:36 AM CST
By: B. Brewster, Cosmetics & Toiletries Magazine
Nicotinamide, the amide of niacin or vitamin B3, is used to treat arthritis. It also has demonstrated anti-inflammatory actions that may be of benefit in patients with inflammatory acne vulgaris. Nicotinamide, therefore, would appear to play a positive role in inhibiting inflammation but a negative role in aging. Are there other ways to stimulate sirtuins?
Jan 04, 2008 | 10:29 AM CST
By: R. Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine is grounding itself for fast-forward thinking in the New Year with a new mantra: Innovation Through Interaction. This refrain will drive our content to capture the spirit of invention through collaboration.
Jan 04, 2008 | 10:02 AM CST
By: G. Pauly, MD; P. Moussou, PhD; J.-L. Contet-Au…
Most antiaging products claim to act on the dermis; however, the epidermis, a key element of cutaneous aging, is often forgotten. In the present study, researchers selected an acetylated tetrapeptide for its effect on epidermis cohesion, triggered by activity on syndecan-1 and collagen XVII; these effects are confirmed in vivo.
Jan 04, 2008 | 09:54 AM CST
By: I. Imbert, C. Dal Farra and N. Domloge, Vincie…
This article reviews the first scientific evidence confirming the presence of sirtuins in the skin, as well as their role in cell survival, senescence and longevity. This vital discovery could lead the way to new and innovative types of antiaging cosmetic ingredients that activate sirtuins.