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Raspberry Stem Cell Extract to Protect Skin from Inflammation and Oxidative Stress

In the present article, the authors evaluate a wild red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) extract for its beneficial compounds and potential applications in skin care. From leaf explants, raspberry stem cells were obtained to develop an extract rich in antioxidants, anthocyanins and phenolics. This extract exhibited anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.

Reducing Skin Stress Response with Willow Bark-derived Salicin

Heat shock proteins (HSPs) are stress-induced and initiate a cascade of protective mechanisms when the skin is exposed to stressful conditions. In the present research, salicin extracted from white willow bark was found to influence the activity of HSPs through HSP70 and other key regulators.

Newcomer Launches with Oat Antioxidant, Anti-irritant

Oat Cosmetics, a new raw material supplier, has launched several natural active ingredients for personal care including two oat-derived products.

Minimizing Irritation in Sensitive Skin

Symrise will be launching a soothing active ingredient for sensitive skin at In-Cosmetics in Paris.

Feverfew and Licorice for Anti-inflammatory Benefits

Feverfew and licorice have notable anti-inflammatory characteristics and may be used in lieu of topical steroid creams to treat sensitive skin and moderate atopic dermatitis, according to one LA-based dermatologist.

Red Algae for Redness Reduction and Barrier Protection

BASF Beauty Care Solutions has designed a red algae extract to revitalize stressed skin. The ingredient is said to protect the dermal matrix, stimulate and protect the barrier and fight against redness and uneven skin tone.

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