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Recent in Skin Care (page 3 of 40)

Luminous Skin Possible via Fungi-derived Ingredient

Lipotec's Actizyme advanced botanical ingredient was found to improve skin clarity and luminosity in a new in vivo study.

BASF Previews in-cosmetics Global Line-up

BASF is focused on its "Personal Care Elements" at in-cosmetics Global 2018, with ingredients meant to maintain, protect, beautify and cleanse.

AMSilk to Exhibit at in-cosmetics Global 2018

The synthetic silk biopolymer supplier will present its Silkgel and Silkbeads ingredients.

H2O+'s Rapids Soothing Probiotic Bubble Mask

Rapids Soothing Probiotic Bubble Mask is meant to balance skin moisture using ingredients such as probiotics and champagne extract to calm skin.

Supplier Roundtable: Neurocosmetics—Formulating Pleasant Experiences

Consumers are seeking a stronger emotional connection with their personal care products. In this month's installment of the Cosmetics & Toiletries Supplier Roundtable, experts weighed in on how to formulate pleasant experiences.

Arista Industries, Inc.’s Tea Tree Oil

This oil can be used for skin, hair and sun care products for its antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.

Lipotrue SL’s Sirtalice

This biotechnology-derived marine ingredient recharges skin energy by stimulating the synthesis of skin proteins.

Grant Industries, Inc.’s Granactive AR-1423

This ingredient contains a peptide sequence to alleviate redness associated with rosacea or mild sun exposure to leave skin bright.

Croda Inc.’s Cropure Grapeseed

Oxidation stability is provided by this ingredient, which uses grape seed oil to enhance the esthetics and stability of formulations.

BASF’s Hyalurosmooth

This biological alternative to hyaluronic acid helps to re-energize stressed skin and stimulate skin radiance.

Provital Group’s Agascalm

Psychological stress-induced skin inflammation and redness are targeted by this Agastache mexicana-derived active.

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