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Trifluoroacetyl-Tripeptide-2 to Target Senescence for Anti-aging Benefits

Recent work indicates that the biomarker progerin, in conjunction with dysfunctioning telomeres, triggers cellular senescence. In response, trifluoroacetyl-tripeptide-2, a synthetic tripeptide, was developed to decrease progerin production, thereby regulating biological mechanisms involved in the aging process and reducing the cosmetic effects of aging, which are explored here.

Formulation and Evaluation of Self-tanners

Self-tanning preparations are becoming increasingly important for consumers desiring a tanned look without exposing themselves to undue harm. The present article reviews DHA and other self-tanning active ingredients and their mechanisms of action. Formulating hallenges such as stability and ingredient interactions are discussed, as well as the evaluation and regulation of self-tanning products.

Exfoliation, Scrub and Gommage

Cosmetic means for achieving rejuvenated skin can be positioned according to intensity of action, skin renewal speed and some functioning details, thus: gommage, scrub, exfoliation and peel represent the four rejuvenation strategies. In some regions, peel refers to aggressive treatments requiring authorized operators such as dermatologists or medical doctors. Therefore, this column will discuss only the first three methods for a better skin glow.

Stability Stays Prevalent in Premium Cosmetics Market

In an infographic, Euromonitor International shows a breakdown of the value shares of the premium beauty industry's top 10 players.

Kline Identifies Seven Up-and-Coming Markets in Professional Skin Care

What markets will be up next as beauty hotbeds? Kline focuses in on growing global regions.

Exfoliation, Scrub and Gommage

Cosmetic means for achieving rejuvenated skin can be positioned according to intensity of action, skin renewal speed and some functioning details, thus: gommage, scrub, exfoliation and peel represent the four rejuvenation strategies. In some regions, peel refers to aggressive treatments requiring authorized operators such as dermatologists or medical doctors. Therefore, this column will discuss only the first three methods for a better skin glow.

P&G Beauty Decreasing Use of DEP, Triclosan

The company is on track to have its products be phthalate- and triclosan-free by 2014.

Beauty Focus, R&D Investment Important for Future Growth, Says Euromonitor

A video posting featuring Euromonitor senior beauty and personal care research analyst Oru Mohiuddin shows how the growth strategies of the some of the beauty industry's biggest players are stacking up.

Time-strained U.S. Consumers Increasingly Turn to Multi-Purpose Products

A new report from Canadean shows that facial care will remain the largest skin care category in the U.S. to 2017, and multi-purpose products will increase in popularity with time-constrained consumers.

Read the Label Online: Peter Thomas Roth Oilless Oil 100% Purified Squalane

“Feels like an oil, acts like an oil, but it’s not an oil.” Okay, then what is this emollient? It is chemically equivalent to other types of squalane derived from shark liver or olive, but created during an exclusive fermentation process from sugarcane.

Nonaqueous Emulsions: History and Current Specialized Applications

Since the early 1980s, nonaqueous emulsions have attracted technical interest as potential vehicles and delivery systems for personal care products. This is due to the development of a broad range of silicone-based emulsifiers, silicone polymers and other polymeric emulsifiers that have enabled their use. This article will briefly review their history and evolution into current-day specialized applications.

Formula Anatomy Deciphered—Hand Creams and Sanitizers

Hands also frequently provide symbols and perceptions of human personality, energy and mood, and because these multitasking tools are easily soiled, they must be frequently cleansed.

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