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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.

Red Microalgae for Skin Protection

The ingredient derived from red microalgae is said to protect skin against irritants and oxidative damage.

Extremolyte for Antiaging and After-sun

This extremolyte-based ingredient is said to protect, revitalize and rejuvenate human skin.

Pinus Pinaster Bark to Soothe and Protect

In order to survive in extreme environments, this pine has developed substances contained within the bark that protect and defend the plant from external aggressions.

TCM Botanical Blend for Acne and Inflammation

This blend is a botanical solution aimed not only at inflammatory triggers but also inflammation itself.

Happy Earth Day

Formulating for sensitive skin considers consumer safety and comfort—after all, human beings are a part of ecology. Bernard et al. first examine the science of inflammation, followed by Stamatas and Martin’s look at baby vs. adult skin. Lee et al. also blend medicinal plant extracts together for anti-inflammatory effects.

A Medicinal Plant Blend for Soothing and Anti-inflammatory Effects

The use of steroids to treat atopic dermatitis (AD) often causes side effects; thus, the authors present a blend of plant-derived materials designed as an alternative treatment or an adjuvant therapeutic agent. Through in vitro and in vivo evaluations, the blend is shown to provide effective anti-inflammatory and AD-mitigating effects.

Alleviating Redness with Tetrapeptide-14

This ingredient combines a redness-diminishing peptide with the antioxidant properties of tea, the calming properties of Boswellia serrata, and the soothing quality of honey.

Garnet Continues to Develop Cell-based Therapy Platform for Skin Healing

The first in a series of cell products will be called GBT 009, and it will be capable of reducing inflammation and promoting healing.