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Oct 8, 2020
During their Beauty Accelerate Virtual talk, Fred Zülli, Ph.D., and Franziska Wandrey, Ph.D., of Mibelle Biochemistry will explore senolytics in for cosmetics and demonstrate how an Alpine rose extract acts via this phenomenon to remove harmful "zombie" cells from skin.
Oct 7, 2020
In his Beauty Accelerate Virtual presentation, Prithwiraj Maitra, Ph.D., executive director of R&D for AbbVie, will lay the groundwork for attendees to understand material science and how it practically applies across product categories.
Oct 6, 2020
Mary Kay Inc. inventors describe a botanical-based blend to alleviate the symptoms of sensitive skin including dryness/flaking and erythema/redness. A recent patent explains.
Oct 5, 2020
Research on Sabinsa’s cosmeceutical Lactosporin has been shown to impart anti-acne benefits and is among the first published human clinical studies examining a probiotic metabolite; additional in vitro study examined its anti-aging properties.
Oct 5, 2020
In his Beauty Accelerate Virtual presentation, Russ Walters, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer of Somn, will elucidate the many interesting connections between beauty and sleep (or lack of sleep).
Oct 1, 2020 | Robert Y. Lochhead, Ph.D., and Margaret Lochhead, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
This article continues our discussion from Part I on hand hygiene. It considers sanitizer efficacy and an alternative angle: Are we too clean? The series will continue in our November 2020 issue with regulatory, legal and social aspects; e.g., school attendance.
Oct 1, 2020 | Prashant Bahadur, Ph.D. and Saroja Narasimhan, Ph.D., Johnson & Johnson, Skillman, NJ
Benzoyl peroxide (BPO) is a key ingredient that formulators use to treat Cutibacterium acnes (C. acnes) thanks to its antibacterial properties and minimal side effects. In this column, the authors discuss the properties of BPO and how it can be properly formulated to create an effective topical treatment for C. acnes.
Oct 1, 2020 | Peter Thomas Roth, Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skin Care, New York
Most of the world's population has, at some point, been affected by acne. This, along with the recent "maskne" phenomenon, has heightened demand for OTC acne care. The present feature reviews the formation of acne and various topical treatments to mitigate it; such as salicylic acid, sulfur and benzoyl peroxide.
Sep 30, 2020
The global hand sanitizer market is expected to grow, bringing with it a need for hand creams and moisturizers to offset the effects of frequent use. Taken together, the following brief literature review considers research relevant to hand hygiene and care.
Sep 29, 2020
In his Beauty Accelerate Virtual presentation, Colin Barrow, Ph.D., will delve into microalgae for beauty and fish for answers for anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, sun protection and other skin health benefits.
Sep 28, 2020 | Tony O'Lenick and the late Johann W. Wiechers, Ph.D.
In this "Words from Wiechers" installment, we learn how our work in the cosmetic industry, "will never stop, but we may have until eternity to get it right." This observation is followed by a discussion of the responsibilities of scientists to use new technologies prudently.
Sep 25, 2020
Besides health consequences, perhaps the most visible effects of COVID-19 relate to mask-wearing, hand-washing and emotional stress. But biological connections between the virus, skin and hair have also emerged; following are select examples of what science has uncovered.