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May 08, 2013 | 03:21 PM CDT
Researchers from the University of Bradford and E.M. Arndt University of Griefswald have hypothesized the cause of vitiligo by repigmenting hair/skin with a compound activated by UVB oxidation. Although this treatment was developed as an answer for those suffering with vitiligo, it may also serve as an intervention for aging hair.
May 08, 2013 | 10:23 AM CDT
Botanic Innovations has launched a watermelon seed oil from Africa that has antioxidant and skin moisturizing benefits.
May 07, 2013 | 04:49 PM CDT
As human's age, skin renewal slows, leading to an uneven surface and the formation of scales. This has a negative influence on skin complexion and makes the skin look dull and grey. Instead of using irritating peeling procedures, Mibelle Biochemistry Group proposes an extract of comfrey stems cells, PhytoCellTec Symphytum, to address the root of the trouble.
May 06, 2013 | 01:17 PM CDT
By: Anthony J. Ribaudo, Textile Research Institute…
Here, the author compares two methods to determine the maturity of corneocytes based on their cross-linking that could be used to evaluate the anti-aging effects of molecular agents. The first utilizes microfluorometry, while the second involves F-D curves generated via contact mode AFM. Both methods successfully detected differences in mature or immature corneocytes with 95% confidence.
May 06, 2013 | 11:57 AM CDT
By: Abby Penning
With the beauty industry seemingly taking the divergent paths of multifuctional or targeted when it comes to product innovation, Euromonitor theorized on how current trends and industry standings will lead to future growth during a presentation at the 2013 in-cosmetics.
May 03, 2013 | 10:27 AM CDT
Water, Asia, Sensory and Sustainability Inspire Technology Launches at Record-breaking in-cosmetics 2013
By: Katie Anderson
More than 9,400 visitors and 650 exhibitors flocked to Paris for the April event, featuring the latest ingredients and technologies.
May 02, 2013 | 03:23 PM CDT
By: Charlene DeHaven, MD, Innovative Skincare
The purpose of this article is to discuss some key target molecules and receptors involved with aging mechanisms. As scientists learn more about the biochemical processes involved with aging, an increasing number of these loci are discovered that could be selected as targets for cosmeceutical ingredients with the final goal of an end-product with good anti-aging benefits.
May 02, 2013 | 01:17 PM CDT
By: Katerina Steventon, PhD, FaceWorkshops
The process of skin aging is complex and multifactorial, as structural, functional and aesthetic changes happen at a variable rate. It is misleading to consider skin aging as a uniform biological event; several distinct biological processes may occur concurrently. There are five types of skin aging, including: intrinsic, extrinsic, lifestyle, hormonal or catabolic.
Apr 29, 2013 | 10:36 AM CDT
By: Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics & Toiletries…
In the past year, the industry has witnessed continued progress in the R&D of anti-aging and skin repair actives, texture and sensory effects, green and natural ingredient sources, and methodologies to substantiate claims. While these currently remain major areas of focus for today’s personal care product developers, several emerging trends are worth noting. Following are the editor’s choice of top five areas to watch in 2013.
Apr 24, 2013 | 08:50 AM CDT
By: Katie Anderson, Cosmetics & Toiletries…
At the Awards Ceremony at in-cosmetics 2013 in Paris, in-cosmetics announced the winner of the Innovation Zone Best Ingredient Award and bestowed the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award to Karl Lintner, PhD.