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Caviar Lime AHAs for Novel TRPV3 Action and Exfoliating Benefits

Nov 19, 2014Estelle Loing and Valérie Begin-Lavallée, Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, Québec; Magali Borel, Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, Champlan, France; and Mikel Priest, Southern Cross Botanicals and Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, Knockrow, Australia

Caviar lime fruit extract is identified in this article as a source of natural AHAs capable of stimulating TRPV3 channel expression and activity for gentle exfoliation of the skin. Clinical evidence of effectiveness is presented.

Naturex Brightens Skin With Natural AHAs

Nov 18, 2014

At in-cosmetics Asia, Naturex debuted its new line of natural alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) for the skin as part of its Natural Radiance collection of synergistic brightening ingredients.

Sustainable Ingredient Science: Fossilized Coral Powder

Aug 21, 2014Giorgio Dell'Acqua, PhD

Coral powder has applications in cosmetics but its use has impacted the marine environment. Fossilized coral could provide a sustainable alternative for uses such as fillers, cleansing and whitening agents, astringents, sebum absorbers, or to supply trace minerals to skin. Its use as an exfoliant it particularly noteworthy as formulators seek natural alternatives to polyethylene beads.

Impact Colors Introduces Candelilla Bead Exfoliators

Jul 30, 2014

Impact Colors has created a new line of candelilla bead exfoliators as alternatives to polyethylene microbeads for skin care and oral care. Nature XFol is a line of exfoliating beads in a variety of colors that are natural, biodegradable and safe for skin.

A&E Connock Introduces Expanded Natural Exfoliant Range

Jun 30, 2014

A&E Connock has debuted its expanded range of natural exfoliants to the personal care industry. The range was extended in response to increased interest from manufacturers seeking natural alternatives to plastic microbeads.

Eco-friendly Exfoliants and Fine Powders Address Microbead Concerns

May 29, 2014

Micro Powders Inc. has introduced several new eco-friendly exfoliants and fine powders, addressing recent concerns over synthetic microbead particles in the environment.

Induchem Introduces Biodegradable, Non-irritating Exfoliant for Skin and Scalp

Mar 11, 2014

At in-cosmetics in Hamburg, Induchem will launch a natural exfoliant that is both biodegradable and non-irritating to sensitive skin. Biogomm'age is composed mostly of cellulose, to make it sustainable and biodegradable unlike plastic microbeads. In addition, the exfoliator does not scratch or tear sensitive skin like many natural exfoliants.