Technically Speaking: From Keratin Regulation Through Wet Wipes Emulsion Literature Findings

Feb 1, 2008 | Contact Author | By: Charles Fox, Independent Consultant
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Title: Technically Speaking: From Keratin Regulation Through Wet Wipes Emulsion Literature Findings
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Skin and Skin Care 
Regulating keratinous tissue: The Procter & Gamble Company has been issued a patent regarding methods for identifying materials that can help to regulate the condition of mammalian keratinous tissue. The patent describes methods for identifying materials to help regulate keratin in skin, hair or nails, and the use of said materials, such as in the preparation of cosmetic compositions.

The methods can also be used to generate data to support marketing and advertising claims, and to provide irritation or safety information. For example, the treatment of human epidermis with 0.5%, 1.0% or 2% n-acetylglucosamine was found to increase the expression of hyaluronic acid and procollagen-1 biomarkers in a dose-responsive manner, compared to the control. Both of these responses correspond to projected antiaging facial benefits.

Skin barrier cosmetics: Pola Chemical Industries discloses skin barrier cosmetics containing N-acylglutamicacid diesters, phytosterol glycosides and optional hyaluronic acid salt.

The company developed the cosmetics to complement UV-damaged skin for use during summer months. Thus, a one-week application of a makeup base containing phytosteryl/octyldodecyl/lauroyl glutamate and phytosterol glycoside to UV-induced rough skin of volunteers significantly decreased TEWL.

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Fox From Keratin Regulation footnotes

 a  The Glatt Powder-Coater-Granulator is a product of the Glatt Company.

Formula 1. Cream

 Formula 1. Cream 

Formula 2. Anti-cellulite lotion

 Formula 2. Anti-cellulite lotion

Formula 3. O/W gel for blemished skin

 Formula 3. O/W gel for blemished skin

Formula 4. Conditioning shampoo

 Formula 4. Conditioning shampoo

Formula 5. Hair lightener

 Formula 5. Hair lightener

Formula 6. Oxidizing

 Formula 6. Oxidizing 

Formula 7. Uniform skin tone composition

 Formula 7. Uniform skin tone composition

Formula 8. Emulsions

Formula 8. Emulsions 

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