Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics & Toiletries
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[video] Cosmetics R&D Vlog: Spot-on Connections Between Nerve Fibers and Pigmentation
Intracutaneous nerve fibers could be a key factor for determining age spot-prone sites on the face. Kazuki Nakayama, of POLA Chemical Industries, explains, in this Cosmetics R&D Vlog entry.
Dec 29th, 2020
Kao Finds Hands Hold Lactic Acid-based Defense Against Microbes
Kao researchers have uncovered innate lactic-acid based defenses in hand sweat that protect some individuals better than others against bacteria and viruses such as the common cold and influenza.
Dec 17th, 2020
Aging Out: Telomere Shortening, Cell Senescence Reversed by Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Research published in the journal
indicates, in isolated blood cells, that hyperbaric oxygen therapy could increase telomere length and improve senescence, pointing to potential anti-aging applications.
Dec 16th, 2020
De-Ironizing Inducer Pre-empts Free Radicals, Slows Aging in Menopausal Skin
A recent white paper published by Xi Huang, Ph.D., presents a "better than retinol" approach to pre-empt the production of free radicals in mature skin by targeting excess iron.
Dec 16th, 2020
Resveratrol Analogue and Equol Revive Menopausal Skin
A decrease in estrogen during menopause negatively affects the skin, according to a study published in Dermatology and Therapy, but a novel resveratrol analogue and the isoflavonoid equol offer new hope.
Dec 8th, 2020
Research Uncovers Positioning of Sphingosine Chains in Healthy Skin
Research published in Langmuir has uncovered the positioning of sphingosine chains in the stratum corneum, providing insight into how ceramides should be arranged in healthy skin.
Dec 1st, 2020
Study Reveals Hyaluronic Acid Dynamics in Skin
New research offers fresh insights on the interactions between hyaluronic acid and hyaluronidase in the skin.
Oct 14th, 2020
Research Confirms Honey and Chamomile Activate Innate Antioxidant Defenses
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba and Osaka University have confirmed that honey and chamomile can impart their well-known antioxidant activities through skin's innate defenses.
Sep 24th, 2020
Kao Finds Daily Skin Care Shifts Atopic to Healthy Ceramide Profile
Little is known about connections between the ceramide profile and barrier functioning in atopic dermatitis. This was the focus of a recent study by Kao Corp., which showed promise for adapting the atopic skin ceramide profile toward that of healthy skin.
Sep 3rd, 2020
Probiotics are Fleeting but Affect the Native Microbiome
Researchers have found they can colonize skin with
through daily applications but this is only transient; the larger effect is how its fleeting presence affects the native microbiome structure.
Sep 3rd, 2020
3D Printed Natural Bioinks Promote Wound Healing
A review of recent literature published in
reveals evidence supporting the use of natural bioinks for skin regeneration and wound healing.
Aug 24th, 2020
Naturals, Zinc and Aluminum Safety in AP/Deo: Literature Findings
Hygiene is in the mainstream, and antiperspirants and deodorants are riding this wave to the top. Considering this, we offer the following brief literature review related to antiperspirants and deodorants.
Aug 19th, 2020