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March 2018 Roundup: Anti-inflammation & Skin Soothing

Modern skin stressors, such as pollution and blue light, call for formulations that can soothe the skin and relieve inflammation. This month's roundup is comprised of ingredients that contribute toward such formulations.

Biosil Technologies, Inc.'s Ocea Defence

This marine solution works to stimulate skin while preventing premature aging and reducing UV damage.

Mibelle Group Biochemistry’s SensAmone P5

Designed to inhibit the pain receptor in skin, this ingredient reduces sensitivity for resistant skin.

MMP, Inc.’s ChiaProtect

This botanical oil is able to calm skin to reduce inflammation and redness while restoring the skin barrier.

Corum Inc.’s Azeclair

Derived from azelaic acid, this ingredient normalizes sebum production to act as an oil control agent.

Sytheon Ltd.’s Synastol TC

Inflammation is inhibited via the down-regulation of inflammatory pathways with this ingredient, which is derived from Terminalia chebula fruit.

Ichimaru Pharcos Co., Ltd.’s Izayoi

This sun care active inhibits signs of skin aging such as wrinkles, age spots or pigmentation.

Provital Group’s Agascalm

Psychological stress-induced skin inflammation and redness are targeted by this Agastache mexicana-derived active.

BASF’s Hyalurosmooth

This biological alternative to hyaluronic acid helps to re-energize stressed skin and stimulate skin radiance.

Croda Inc.’s Cropure Grapeseed

Oxidation stability is provided by this ingredient, which uses grape seed oil to enhance the esthetics and stability of formulations.

Grant Industries, Inc.’s Granactive AR-1423

This ingredient contains a peptide sequence to alleviate redness associated with rosacea or mild sun exposure to leave skin bright.

Lipotrue SL’s Sirtalice

This biotechnology-derived marine ingredient recharges skin energy by stimulating the synthesis of skin proteins.

Arista Industries, Inc.’s Tea Tree Oil

This oil can be used for skin, hair and sun care products for its antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.