Amino acid derivative for skin microbiome balance

Seiwa Kasei explains why its novel amino acid derivative Aminoflora contributes to a holistic approach in advancing overall skin wellbeing by comprehensively addressing skin, scalp, and hair health

Harnessing the power of microbiome manipulation

Active Concepts details the findings of an assay designed to assess the effect of active ingredients to alter dendritic cell paracrine signaling molecules to kill detrimental organisms found on the skin, and, therefore, promote commensal microbiota. The results are said to allow skin care researchers to unlock the secrets of the skin microbiome, paving the way for targeted interventions and personalized cosmetic solutions

Unraveling complexities of the skin microbiome

Biocogent explains why it is critical for microbiome-based innovations to be promoted and conveyed to the consumer with clarity and an appreciation for the sophistication of the subject matter and technology

Marine biotic ingredient for skin eubiosis

Applying blue biotechnology, MC Actives and Microalgae Solutions biomimic marine benthic conditions to produce marine extracts rich in polyphenols and saccharides. This article describes a biotic ingredient to combat dysbiosis and improve skin integrity in acne-prone skin and oily skin

Next-gen Lactobacillus ferment lysate ingredients

By exploring the prebiotic effect of certain Chinese medicinal plants, SpecChem introduces two new Lactobacillus ferment lysate ingredients for the upgrading of micro-ecological personal care products

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