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P&G Researchers Identify Skin Tipping Point

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.

Soy to Express SIRT3 for Antiaging

This biofunctional ingredient is a Glycine max (soybean) extract that is rich in peptides that are biomimetic to mitochondrial respiratory chain proteins.

TRI-K Distributes Cider Apple Raw Materials

Val de Vire Bioactives has named TRI-K Industries Inc. as its exclusive US distributor. Val de Vire specializes in the production of raw materials from cider apples.

Neurocosmetics and Vectorization Big in 2009

Science and technology will play a big part in 2009 personal care ingredients, according to a post by beauty blog Beauty Editor Post.

Psychologist Launches Skin Line with Mood-enhancing Ingredients

Linda Papadopoulos, a psychologist based in London, has launched a skin care line that claims to use mood-enhancing ingredients to reduce wrinkles.

Silicones' Benefits in Antiaging Skin Care

The unique chemical and physical properties of silicones have made them important ingredients in antiaging skin care products. Although perhaps best known for their aesthetic properties, these versatile materials improve the performance of many cosmetics, sunscreens and skin treatment products.

Orlane Launches Heat-activated Antiaging Serum

The serum is inspired by the popular antiaging laser treatment systems that use infrared lasers and heat activation to tighten and stimulate collagen.

Topical Sensitizer and Laser Therapy May Improve Photo-damaged Skin

Research from the University of Michigan Health System indicates that a topical product to increase skin’s sensitivity to light, followed by laser therapy, could actually improve photo-damaged skin.

Clarins Finds a New Aging Factor

Groupe Clarins has found a new aging factor, jet lag. The company has formulated a booster serum specifically to address the aging caused by the factor.

Natural Biopolymer for Antiaging Formulations

KitoZyme has introduced a biopolymer that smoothes, firms and brightens skin.

Drawing the Line on Wrinkles

A new effective strategy to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles involves supporting the production of structural proteins involved in skin cohesion at the dermal-epidermal junction with a new biomimetic peptide created by solid phase.

Icelandic Biorisk-free Growth Factors for Antiaging

ORF Genetics has introduced a safer generation of growth factors for the cosmetics industry that is produced using a plant-based expression platform.