Clariant explains how the combination of Velsan CGE and CareMag D can satisfy the most important requirements of actual consumers oriented to Clean Beauty deodorants without compromising the performance and skin homeostasis
During the past few decades, there has been an increased interest in the essential role of commensal skin bacteria in human body odour formation.1 Sweating is the body’s natural way of cooling down. Sweating is not problematic but in certain conditions sweat has a stronger odour than usual.
Human skin has two major types of sweat glands, the apocrine and the eccrine glands. Eccrine glands are often referred to as the small gland variety but are by far the most ubiquitous type of sweat gland. Most of the variability in regional and whole-body sweating rate within and between individuals is due to differences in sweat secretion rate per gland, rather than the total number of active sweat glands.
Eccrine sweat glands primarily respond to thermal stimuli; particularly increased body core temperature, and eccrine sweat is mostly composed of water and salt.2
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