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Mar 23, 2006 | 01:43 PM CST
Symrise (Hamburg, Germany) has added two active ingredients derived from plant extracts to its portfolio...
Mar 21, 2006 | 01:00 PM CST
Neuropeptides may be a new source for antiaging applications. According to a recent press release to the personal care industry, some physicians and clinicians say neuropeptides may revitalize skin and hair.
Mar 16, 2006 | 04:45 PM CST
An Italian company claims to have found a new way to younger, healthier and lighter-looking skin using the truffle.
Mar 07, 2006 | 09:07 AM CST
According to the Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD), more than 156,000 new products appeared on store shelves around the world last year.
Feb 28, 2006 | 06:02 PM CST
By: Michelle Kim, Xiaofeng Meng, PhD and Abraham K…
By using solvent fractionation and column chromatography, a purified extract of Morus alba L. can be obtained that demonstrates the ability to perform as a melanogenesis inhibitor, and therefore, a potential new whitening agent.
Feb 21, 2006 | 09:58 AM CST
An olive fruit extract that will help keep skin looking beautiful, as well as healthy inside and out, has been studied jointly by the Italian company Indena and the Japanese Kanebo Cosmetics Inc.
Feb 20, 2006 | 09:39 AM CST
Japan is experiencing an antiaging boom not only in the cosmetics market but also in fitness centers, hot springs, beauty-treatment clinics, cosmetic surgery and restaurants.
Feb 02, 2006 | 09:24 AM CST
By: Charles Fox
Artemia extract: Dal Farra et al. review a new multifunctional and compatible antiaging cosmetic ingredient called artemia extract. The ingredient is obtained from zooplankton, specifically the species Artemia salina. The main component of artemia extract is diguanosine tetraphosphate (GppppG). This is known as the source of energy for rtemia salina to develop the protective capacity against environmental stress.
Feb 02, 2006 | 08:48 AM CST
By: Sonia Dawson, Cara Eaton and Laurie B Joseph, …
Botanicals are re-emerging as key ingredients in the defense against premature skin aging. French rose petal extract, when used in a cosmetic formulation, can help decrease the damage of ultraviolet (UV) light and other environmental stresses that can cause premature aging of the skin.
Jan 12, 2006 | 10:59 AM CST
The ingredient is said to mimic the natural mechanism of enkephalins to “turn down” nerve cell activity.