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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!
Nov 21, 2017
China's Zhejiang regulatory body opened doors on a new testing lab that will employ only alternative methods, keeping in check with global trends that turn away from animal testing.
Nov 20, 2017
Blue light damages skin. As such, Silab sought to prove its active ingredient could fight against potential damage. Oxygeskin was proven to recover a fresh and uniform complexion while reinvigorating skin oxygenation.
Nov 16, 2017 | H. Chajra, A. Scandolera, M. Meunier and M. De Tollen, Givaudan Active Beauty, Toulouse and Pomacle, France
This study proposes a unique molecule derived from gallic acid to prevent enlarged and clogged facial pores. The ingredient is partly activated by the microbiome and protects against oxidative stress and excess sebum—two key factors at the core of enlarged pores.
Nov 8, 2017
The ingredient was found to increase skin elasticity by activating the synthesis and maturation of elastin, while decreasing the activity of elastase enzymatic degradation. It also increased cytokeratins and desmosomial proteins, and improved cell communication between keratinocytes.
Oct 31, 2017
BASF and 3D bioprinting expert Poietis have big plans to advance skin care. In an extended agreement, the two will collaborate to optimize the 3D bioprinting of skin equivalent models to study the effectiveness of actives.
Oct 22, 2017
Good news on the testing front: a model jointly developed by the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials and Creme Global recently showed consumer exposure to fragrances from personal care products tends to be over-estimated.
Sep 29, 2017 | Elise Delamour, Sébastien Miksa and Dominique Lutz, HelioScreen Labs, Creil, France
Considering more and more sun care products are claiming infrared (IR) protection, it is important to standardize the parameters by which they are evaluated. Since IR-A and IR-B are the most implicated in skin damage, a test method was developed based on these wavelengths, as described here.