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Scientists from SILAB and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research have uncovered a communication pathway between dermal fibroblasts and the dermal papilla that could stimulate the regrowth of hair.
Oct 24, 2019
A group of researchers from Japan looked to discover the structure of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin to further the understanding of the skin and treating it.
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Eco-designed microorganism and plant cell culturing are the latest green processes employed to develop natural, sustainable cosmetic actives. In this video, Sederma took us behind the scenes to show us how these methods work. Watch now!
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MIT inventors have filed for a patent on a newly identified molecule to help protect and/or repair damaged hair, and color hair without the use of harsh chemicals.
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Oct 8, 2019 | Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr., and the late Johann W. Wiechers, Ph.D.
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In research focused on physical functions in skin, Kao Corp. uncovered a link between the regulation of capillary blood flow and the condition of skin.
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Ilex guayusa (guayusa) is a tree of the holly genus with high caffeine and theobromine content that exhibits anti-inflammatory properties. Using a novel water extraction process, a bioactive-rich composition was derived and tested for its ability to reverse barrier disruption and provide anti-inflammation protection.
Sep 25, 2019 | Becky S. Li, Howard University College of Medicine; John H. Cary, Louisiana State University School of Medicine; and Howard I. Maibach, M.D., University of California, San Francisco
Higher substantivity can aid formulation efficacy by helping ingredients to better penetrate skin. This final column in a series dives into substantivity's role and uses when designing sun care, skin care and cosmetics.
Sep 25, 2019 | A.D. Roddick-Lanzilotta, Ph.D., R.J. Kelly, Ph.D., and P.R. Sapsford, Keraplast Manufacturing Ltd., Canterbury, New Zealand
Poor scalp health compromises hair quality. As such, the topical application of keratins was explored to increase collagen IV in the scalp skin. Live scalp explants were used to test this approach for improved follicle anchoring and, in turn, protection against environmental assault, hair fall and damage.