Those with olive skin types may face unique challenges, such as dullness and dehydration. Sederma's upcoming brightening active (INCI: Not Available), set to debut at in-cosmetics Global, is meant to address these needs.
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Issued from a plant cell culture, the brightener was created specifically for olive skin associated with phototypes III-V. It is meant to not only target potential dullness and dehydration, but also heterogeneous pigmentation and hypersensitivity.
Also at in-cosmetics Global, Sederma will present its skin microbiome solutions, including pro-, pre- and postbiotics. The supplier will display its Ecodermine (INCI: Glycerin (and) Lactitol (and) Xylitol) ingredient, which was recently shown to exhibit wellness effects by rebalancing microbiota.
Sederma, the brightener and the company's returning interactive mirror display can be found at stand C60 at in-cosmetics Global. The event will be held in Paris from April 2-4, 2019, at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.