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February Roundup: Active Ingredients

For the foreseeable future, actives will attract personal care consumers—as consumers demand higher efficacy, anti-aging, sun protection, skin whitening, etc., ingredients such as those in our February roundup will help boost the overall market.

Grant Industries' Granactive Retinoid

Granactive Retinoid can be used in anti-aging and anti-acne beauty treatments, in addition to decreasing UV-induced skin damage, among other symptoms.

Sensient Technologies Corporation's Vegetable Charcoal

This company's ingredient can be used in various formulations without disrupting their systems and helps provide an active cleansing within cosmetic products.

Biosil Technologies Inc.'s Phyco’Derm

This ingredient has various benefits including a number of anti-aging properties to help improve skin.

DuPont Tate Lyle Bio Products' Zemea Propanediol

Zemea propanediol serves as an effective solvent for cosmetic actives and functional materials.

Lipotrue SL's Neøclair Pro

Neøclair Pro helps protect skin from pollution, both indoor and outdoor and provides repairing properties against aging.

Mibelle Group Biochemistry's Densorphin

Not only does this active based on monk pepper berry extract help improve the skin, but also stimulates the synthesis of DHEA.

MMP Inc.'s Luteolin 98 MM

Luteolin 98 MM was tested ex vivo and showed activity to help stressed skin from pollution.

DSM Nutritional Products Personal Care's Alpaflor GigaWhite

Alpaflor GigaWhite is an organic bioactive that helps brighten the skin, while also impacting the production of melanin and melanosome maturating.