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- 3The Camera Never Lies: Visualizing Sun Protection Loss and Ways to Fortify Films
- 4[video] Probiotics to Cosmetics: A 'Natural' Progression
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- 7Comparatively Speaking: Humectants vs. Emollients vs. Occlusive Agents
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- 9Comparatively Speaking: Patents, Exclusive Right and Public Development
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Recent in Research (page 10 of 40)
May 29, 2018
Topical cosmetics to relieve atopic dermatitis (AD) should soothe skin and suppress pathogenic bacteria, among other functions. A new patent application from Truezyme Co., Ltd., describes a fermented and natural blend with multiple benefits for AD.
May 21, 2018
Inflammation is a natural defense but when left unresolved, it can negatively impact the skin and contribute to aging. Gattefossé and Ambiotis teamed up to explore these mechanisms.
May 17, 2018
The International Investigative Dermatology meeting is more than meets the eye—or skin. It's about future targets for innovative OTC/topical products. Just ask Rodan + Fields, Mary Kay, Estée Lauder and others.
May 16, 2018 | Tony O'Lenick, Jr., and the late Johann W. Wiechers, Ph.D.
In this edition of our Words from Wiechers series, the late author encourages the industry to bring outside ideas and people into the industry. While he wrote it in 2001, it remains relevant today.
May 14, 2018
Cornell University, the University of Louisville and Repairogen Corp. have focused on protein degradation to heal skin and hair DNA in a novel way. A new patent application explains.
May 3, 2018
A next-gen electronic skin has been developed that can detect opposing forces with new levels of sensitivity.
May 1, 2018 | Joan Attia-Vigneau Ph.D., Marty Shortt, Rachelle Seguin, Isabelle Lacasse and Estelle Loing, Ph.D., IFF/Lucas Meyer Cosmetics, Québec
Squalene becomes easily oxidized when exposed to pollution and UV radiation, which promotes skin inflammation, the production of poor-quality sebum, comedogenesis and wrinkling. Lemon myrtle leaf extract neutralizes squalene oxidation and can protect all ethnic skin types from environmentally induced oily skin, restoring oleostasis.
May 1, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Stefanie Dhanda, Johnson & Johnson
We all know “beauty sleep” is the real deal. What we don’t know is how our gut microbiome impacts it. J&J is interested in this connection, as Stefanie Dhanda explained in a recent podcast. Following is an excerpt.
Apr 30, 2018 | Tony O'Lenick
What’s the difference between something that is soluble vs. insoluble? Tony O’Lenick explores this notion. At first, he writes, this may seem quite simple but a deeper investigation provides formulation insight.
Apr 24, 2018
Chanel inventors picked a winner with a nature-derived approach to anti-aging. In a recent patent, the company describes a Solidago virgaurea subsp. alpestris (aka: goldenrod) extract to counter MMPs and free radicals for skin benefits.
Apr 23, 2018
The results of a new study suggest climate can affect the skin on biochemical and ultrastructural levels. This provides new pieces to the puzzle of seasonal differences in xerosis and dermatitis.
Apr 13, 2018
AmorePacific inventors have nothing to hide with their latest patent application for encapsulated pigments, which become visible upon application.