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Feb 9, 2018
Oxygen-permeable silicone was the key to recent research in Biomaterials, developed in hopes to bring about new hair regeneration treatments.
Feb 9, 2018 | Robert Holtz, BioInnovation Labs, Inc., Denver, USA
Blue light, in particular, may be responsible for most of the adverse skin reactions caused by visible wavelengths. This column reviews methods to screen for materials that protect against blue light but also allow its benefits to shine through.
Sponsored By: Cydex
Feb 5, 2018
We are offering a free 20g starter kit of Captisol. Captisol® is a patent-protected, uniquely modified cyclodextrin, whose chemical structure was rationally designed to enable the creation of new products by significantly improving solubility, stability and bioavailability
Jan 23, 2018
IBR has introduced new data for IBR-Dormin with ex vivo and in vivo testing proving the ingredient helps slow the growth of hair, while also smoothing and conditioning the skin for both women and men.
Jan 19, 2018
The new technology could prove significant for those studying how sebaceous glands function in relation many skin disorders.
Jan 19, 2018
The article provides a comprehensive table comparing available 3D skin models.
Jan 8, 2018 | Celine Marque, Oriflame R&D, Bray, Ireland
Sensory science allows cosmetic chemists to evaluate formulas by providing objective and scientific data on the sensory properties raw materials impart in formulations. This article describes a new sensory test called “Oil Sensory Qualification,” which provides formulators with a fast approach to emollient selection using sensory science.
Jan 8, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Fabio Apone, Ph.D., Arterra Bioscience and Vitalab
The mechanisms of cold stress damage in skin are a new focus for cosmetics research. In his January 2018 article, Fabio Apone, Ph.D., explains these mechanisms; in relation, in this Author Commentary podcast, he shares what drove his team’s interest in this area and the next steps. Listen now!
Jan 8, 2018 | Marida Bimonte, Ph.D., Antonietta Carola, Annalisa Tito, Ph.D., Ani Barbulova, Ph.D., Adriana De Lucia, Ph.D., Fabrizio Del Piaz, Ph.D., Fabio Apone, Ph.D., Fabio Apone, Ph.D., and Gabriella Colucci, Ph.D.
Cold stress can affect the integrity of the skin. In relation, compounds synthesized by plants under environmental stress have been characterized for their protective effects; although limited data relates to cold stress. This article explores an extract from Daphne odora cell cultures to address cold stress-related damage including dryness, cutaneous micro-lesions and inflammation.
Jan 8, 2018 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Tracy Wang, Ph.D., Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson can see the future—of skin aging, that is. How? Using a novel imaging technique. Tracy Wang, Ph.D., describes it here, in an adaptation from our recent podcast interview.
Jan 7, 2018
New research out of South Korea gives product developers hope in the search for animal test alternatives to detect skin sensitizers. The study, published in Toxicology In vitro, explains a simple and reproducible assay based on HaCaT cells.
Dec 1, 2017 | Rachel Grabenhofer with Tracy Wang, Ph.D., of Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson can see the future—of skin aging, that is. How? Using a novel imaging technique, which Tracy Wang, Ph.D., presented at the SID meeting last April and describes in this interview. Listen now!