Recent in Active (page 2 of 14)
May 4, 2016
Following the acquisitions of French cosmetic active ingredients company Soliance in 2014 and science-based active cosmetic ingredients firm Induchem in 2015, Givaudan’s cosmetic actives business has been rebranded “Active Beauty,” with the compelling brand claim of, “Bringing beauty to the world.”
May 2, 2016
G'day, mate! Formulators who are looking for an alcohol-free version of active ingredients can look no further than Southern Cross Botanicals' Australian range.
Jan 22, 2016
Lipotec launched Pollushield functional ingredient, an active ingredient to help protect skin from environmental pollution.
Nov 19, 2015
It is a bit risky to tell you first about the incredible creamy texture of NG Shea unsaponifiable™, as you can’t touch it. But actually it really makes the difference.
Oct 1, 2015
Provital group has developed Agascalm™, a natural active that reduces stress-induced skin inflammation and redness.
May 20, 2015
Move expands range of materials.
Missed NYSCC Suppliers' Day? Discover How AminoVector Delivers Amino Acids Faster, Deeper into Skin and Hair
May 19, 2015
SEPPIC has created the AminoVector ingredient family to deliver amino acids deeper and faster to the cell level in skin and hair, achieving optimal efficacy.
May 6, 2015
Seppic's Ceramosides HP is a natural active ingredient that benefits the skin's pores and, in low doses, visibly improves skin texture.
Apr 7, 2015
Ashland applied the science of circadian regulation to skin care by creating an extract from yeast protein that may help to maintain skin’s cellular rhythm and guard against UV damage in vitro for healthy-looking skin.
Apr 7, 2015
Oily skin has met its match with Silab’s new dog rose extract, which will be launched at in-cosmetics 2015 in Barcelona
Apr 7, 2015
At in-cosmetics 2015 in Barcelona, Contipro will debut a multifunctional peptide that opens and activates proteasomes in cells for an anti-aging effect.
Mar 30, 2015
Facial pigmentation increases with age and sun exposure, and represents an aesthetic problem for many. Multiple strategies are required for the cosmetic treatment of such imperfections, including accelerating skin renewal, inhibiting free radicals, providing photoprotection, prohibiting melanin granule formation and transfer, reducing pigmentation with sequestering agents, and enhancing skin penetration. These are described here.