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When Acne Attacks, Hexylresorcinol and Ethyl Linoleate Fight Back (part I)

Although P. acnes is a commensal bacterium of normal skin, together with the sebaceous gland, it clearly is implicated in acne. Here, P. acnes and other possible causes are reviewed, and a hexylresorcinol and ethyl linoleate anti-acne treatment to target them is described.

Hyaluronic Acid Butyric Esters for the Improvement of Skin Functionality

The versatility of hyaluronic acid is connected to not only its size, but also to inherent opportunities within the molecule for multiple bonds and for the differentiated release of bound functional molecules. Here, ester bonds are used to introduce substitutes for the material’s alcohol groups, thus providing elasticizing, moisturizing and antiaging benefits for skin care.

Floralux Complements Three-Step Skin Care System

As easy as one, two, three, BioClarity helps acne-prone skin improve, with the use of Floralux. This ingredient helps treat blemished skin and restore its natural balance, while reducing redness, pore size and irritation.

Alban Muller Perfects the First Natural Salicylic Acid

The first 100% natural pure salicylic acid molecule was launched from Alban Muller. The company has introduced Amiperfect ER for anti-wrinkle, brightening, purifying and regenerating purposes.

Exuviance Makes Sleeping Beauty Possible

NeoStrata Company, Inc., has introduced its Exuviance Overnight Recovery Masque, morphing the user into a “sleeping beauty.”

L'Oréal Set to Acquire Société des Thermes de Saint-Gervais-les-Bains and Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc License

Healing waters are at the center of the latest acquisition target, which has a strong spa legacy.

Meet the Mummy Mask

New mud mask uses Hawaiian clay to clear pores of sebum and waste.

The Proof is in the Mirror: The Future of Skin Care Formulations

As the millennials come of age, their reliance on social platforms and the need to look good in an instant looks to have a dramatic impact on how skin care manufacturers and suppliers develop and market their products.

Prevention, Repair Key When Formulating for Pollution, Heat

Jennifer Marsh, Ph.D., research fellow, Beauty Technology Division for Procter & Gamble, offers her insights on current formulating concepts and challenges.

Report: Skin Care Market to Near $200 Billion by 2024

A recent report from Grand View Research projects the market to hit $196.67 billion dollars by the year 2024.

SPF-based Multifunctionals Continue to Storm the Market

The market for multifunctional skin care products with sun protection benefits shows no signs of slowing according to recent research.

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