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Recent in Efficacy/Claims Substantiation (page 1 of 5)

Oxygeskin Tested for Efficacy to Fight Blue Light

Blue light damages skin. As such, Silab sought to prove its active ingredient could fight against potential damage. Oxygeskin was proven to recover a fresh and uniform complexion while reinvigorating skin oxygenation.

Shrinking Pores at Their Core: Gallic Acid Derivate Controls ROS and Sebum Factors

This study proposes a unique molecule derived from gallic acid to prevent enlarged and clogged facial pores. The ingredient is partly activated by the microbiome and protects against oxidative stress and excess sebum—two key factors at the core of enlarged pores.

Silab’s Whitonyl Witnesses New Data

Silab’s active helps control melanogenesis and its environment, and the company has come up with new data to prove the ingredient's efficacy. This ingredient can be utilized to enhance complexion radiance, with depigmenting and lightening action.

Antidote for Aging: Synthetic Viper Venom Smooths Over a Cross-cultural Concern

DABBA is a synthetic peptide that mimics Waglerin-1, a toxin from the temple viper. It is shown here to reversibly inhibit muscular contraction and reduce wrinkle formation, and to induce the expression of genes that improve collagen fiber maturation. Notably, differences in anti-wrinkle effects were observed in different ethnicities.

Tomatoes Linked to Decreased Skin Cancer Risk

Tomatoes may be the future of skin cancer prevention, according to new research in Scientific Reports. A study found that the carotenoids in tomatoes have the potential to protect against UV light.

[podcast] Is Anti-pollution Care Really Relevant in Hair?

Some experts are skeptical over the prospects of anti-pollution care for hair, but not Erik Schulze zur Wiesche, Ph.D., of Henkel. As he describes in this exclusive podcast, the damage is real, measurable—and rectifiable. Listen now!

Making Hair Loss History: Native Polyphenols to Kick-start Hair Regrowth

Research has shown the deregulation of two major hair follicle cell types are involved in androgenic alopecia: human fibroblast dermal papilla cells (HFDPc) and outer root sheath cells (ORSc). This article explores the effects of an active blend containing dihydroquercetin glucoside and epigallocatechin glucoside to stimulate ORSc and HFDPc, in turn reversing hair loss.

[NYSCC Suppliers’ Day 2017] Chemyunion Talks Efficacy at the Show

Companies at the show had at least one launch, trend or new technology to talk to attendees about, but Chemyunion came prepared with multiple new ingredients, ranges and test results to chat about.

Prove It: At-home Use Studies

In-home usage studies put your beauty care brand to the test and yield compelling consumer claims.

'Mirror, Mirror, in the Internet of Things. . .

...use great caution with the advice you bring.' Just what we need. Another critic scrutinizing appearance. And before coffee no less. Yet, this unbiased, digitized evaluation offers interesting potential; and if we don't like it, we can always turn it off.

Editor's Note: Positive Vibes

Intuition, vibe, instinct, gut feeling—most of us have experienced it. Science has tried to measure it. What does this have to do with cosmetics? Well, everything.

Quantifying Wellness: Anti-aging Benefits Beyond Wrinkle Reduction

Rather than anti-aging claims, these authors sought to quantify well-being as it relates to the effects of a new active: centcyamine. The authors confirmed a correlation between well-being scores, instrumental observations, self-assessment and, indirectly, in vitro mechanistic data.

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