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Treating Hormonally Induced Melasma

Treating hyperpigmentation and melasma requires an understanding of individual consumers' diets and lifestyle habits.

Research Links Protein with Skin Barrier Protection

A Mount Sinai research team discovered some important information on what establishes the skin's protective barrier.

Unilever and University of York Scientists Sniff Out B.O. Enzyme

Unilever and the University of York have uncovered how a particular bacteria evolved into a specialized enzyme to produce key molecules people recognize as body odor, or B.O.

Mushrooms, Mackerel Mucus and Gold: Antioxidants in the Literature

Cosmetic antioxidants are positioned to grow by US $17.81 billion from 2019-2023. With consumers "hot on the trail" for these ingredients, we offer the following brief literature review of antioxidant-related research.

[video] Shiseido on AI to Predict Skin Needs

Remember the "old days" when we traveled to live events? This interview is a nice throwback to the IFSCC Conference in Milan. Here, Kanako Kaneko, Ph.D., of Shiseido, presented her poster on AI to predict future skin needs.

3D Printed Natural Bioinks Promote Wound Healing

A review of recent literature published in Polymers reveals evidence supporting the use of natural bioinks for skin regeneration and wound healing.

Comparatively Speaking: bis-PEG 8 Dimethicone, PEG 8 Dimethicone or Both?

What is the difference between bis-PEG 8 dimethicone, PEG 8 dimethicone and bis-PEG 8, PEG 8 dimethicone? Tony O'Lenick explains in this edition of "Comparatively Speaking."

Irregular Film Inhibits Dust, Pollen Particle Adhesion to Skin, Kao Finds

Fine particles in the air such as dust, pollen and particulate matter can attach to skin, causing irritation, dullness and more. Kao researchers have found that forming an irregular film on skin reduces their adhesion.

Arthrofactins, Kiwi Peel and Clay: Moisturization in the Literature

Globally, the skin care market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% from 2016 to 2024. In relation, we offering the following brief literature review on ingredients and approaches to achieve skin moisturization.

How the Exposome Impacts Skin's Condition

A recent article published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venerology describes the entirety of the skin's exposome and how it can induce or modify skin's condition.

'Ester Dance Reaction' Yields Low-cost Aromatic Esters

Research from Waseda University in Japan describes a novel catalyst and reaction, the "ester dance reaction," that could make synthesizing aromatic compounds sustainably easier.

Dwarf Bamboo, Marine Bacteria and Human Extracts: Naturals in the Literature

The pandemic has magnified consumer focus on health and hygiene, which has spiked interest in "clean" beauty concepts. These are often built around familiar-sounding ingredients such as naturals. In relation, we present this brief literature review on recent naturals research.

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