Researchers in France and Spain have developed a novel anti-ageing facial serum containing apple stem cell extract, pro-collagen lipopeptide, creatine, and urea, which has been shown to significantly improve skin condition.
Scientists at Osaka University Japan and Thai University have held a workshop on the latest cutting edge metabolomics which give insight into the skin's biology and advances R&D across industries like cosmetics.
Beiersdrof researchers have found that skin cells can protect themselves against stress even faster and more holistically than previously thought, and this discovery will lead to the development of new anti-ageing products.
AkzoNobel claims it has developed an industry leading technology for the eco-friendly extraction of naturally-derived cosmetics ingredients - a technology that serves to make a significant impact on a product's carbon footprint.
The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) has reported, after carrying out an assessment on the use of β−arbutin in cosmetics, that the substance used in skin lightening products, poses a health risk.
Global chemcials giant BASF has announced a co-operation agreement
with the University of Manchester in the UK to increase research in
the area of enzymes, an initiative that could lead to progress in
the field of polymers for cosmetics.
Degussa - a German supplier of raw materials and active ingredients
- is to develop the cosmetic potential of its biotech processes.
The company's new ProFerm production project is to use fermentation
to create skin-identical...
The research laboratory Bio-Technical Resources today announced it
is commercialising its technology to produce glucosamine by
microbial fermentation, with product availability in the first
quarter of 2003.