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Silab Active Rouses Senses for Regenerated Skin

Contact Author Brooke Schleehauf
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Activating the senses has grown ever more important for today’s beauty consumers—to this end, the skin's olfactory and taste receptors are stimulated through the use of Silab’s latest active, an action meant to spark skin regeneration for anti-aging benefits.

Sensorialine (INCI: Water (aqua) (and) Butylene Glycol (and) Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract) was created to maintain a robust and effective skin barrier. It also provides moisturizing and repairing benefits for skin care formulations by mitigating water loss from the skin.

These benefits are reportedly possible by activating epidermal smell and taste receptors that are disrupted in the course of aging; this is meant to help renew skin.

The sustainable ingredient was derived from coconut flour, a co-product of coconut processing. The raw materials are sourced from Sri Lanka and are traceable and secure. Sensorialine is available in an aqueous solution and is recommended at 0.5-2.5%; it is compliant with European, U.S., Japanese and Chinese regulations.

Sensorialine will be shown at stand M38 at in-cosmetics Global, to be held in Paris from April 2-4, 2019, at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

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