Board members include specialists in fundamental and human sciences and will focus on advancing research efforts into the recently identified ‘twelve hallmarks of aging’ to accelerate research and understanding of skin health.
Findings from a recent Japan study showed that an edible microalgae species called Nostoc verrucosum (N. verrucosum) has high antioxidant activity, although its effect on melanin synthesis is dependent on the cultivation of its extract.
Researchers from Kao Corporation have identified a close relationship between autophagy activity and keratinisation disorders in the skin, which play a crucial role in moisturising and barrier functions.
The use of natural polysaccharides in skin care products could provide better functional benefits than synthetic ingredients, but further studies are needed before large-scale commercial application is possible, say researchers.
Researchers must strengthen lab models and overcome long-standing scientific bias and reliance on Euro-centric data if industry is to advance skin pigmentation knowledge, says a leading dermatology professor.
Natural deep eutectic solvents (NADES) or ‘future solvents’ from plants and microalgae could offer multifunctional promise for cosmetics because of their biocompatible nature, according to a research team from the University of Tours in France.
Portugal-based contract research firm PhD Trials has found that the environmental space surrounding the skin can influence sensorial response and induce neural activity, creating exciting promise for cosmetics.
Skin microbiome research would benefit from standardised methods and reporting practices worldwide to enable researchers to replicate studies, assess results and better advance knowledge in the field, say researchers.
Shiseido has developed new technology to reduce the use of UV filters – such as titanium oxide and zinc oxide – to improve texture and white cast issues without compromising the strength of UV protection.
International beauty major L’Oréal has announced a series of changes at its helm for next year, including the succession of its current CEO and creation of a new business division merging research, innovation and technologies.
The Nakdonggang National Institute of Biological Resources (NNIBR) and Jeju National University have conducted a joint study confirming that Viola verecunda extract is as effective at protecting against hair loss as conventional treatments such as minoxidil.
At this week’s Annual Meeting of the Society for Investigative Dermatology the beauty, fragrance, and personal care maker will present new data connecting both environmental and biological factors to skin aging and to hair aging.
In a recent report, one of Procter & Gamble’s lead researchers has revealed what she considers to be the key differentiators between Asian and western beauty consumers, and explained how best to target consumers from the APAC region.
Ingredient suppliers AkzoNobel and BASF are part of a major Dutch consortium which has announced plans to establish a national research centre focused on tackling important energy and chemistry issues associated with the growing depletion of the finite...
On June 24th, the fifth edition of Cosmetics Design's Skin Care Ingredients event will go live! Here, we give you a sneak peek into what attendees can expect from the expert discussions that will be featured in the conference programme.
The in-cosmetics Innovation Zone is a unique area for attendees to catch up on all the latest products launches in one place. Here, we've rounded up some interesting skin care ingredients set to be revealed at the show.
For many people the desire to be bronzed and exhibit a ‘healthy glow’ is a normal one, but what if it might be psychological and could open us up to over-exposure and damage to our skin, asks a new study.