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BANANA - The Happy Therapy :-)

BANANA - The Happy Therapy :-)

The very botanical name Musa paradisiaca, “Apple of paradise” suggests that Banana is one of the oldest fruits in the world. Botanically a.. more
Why are Soaps and Moisturizers YOUR BEST ALLIES against Viruses?

Why are Soaps and Moisturizers YOUR BEST ALLIES against Viruses?

Washing our hands frequently has become ever more important. Post-washing application of a good moisturizer is not only a question of.. more
What if Scalp Care was the Secret for Healthy Hair?

What if Scalp Care was the Secret for Healthy Hair?

Is scalp care just as important as skin care? YES! 93% of consumers say taking care of their scalp is now an essential part of beauty .. more
Homebound Beauty

Homebound Beauty

With over 300 MILLION people in the US on lock down...Consumers are shifting focus on beauty routines that give them a sense of control, n.. more
INSPIRING CONFIDENCE

INSPIRING CONFIDENCE

Hydroalcoholic gels are popular these days for clean hands on the spot. What if we had a solution to extend this protection? Symris.. more

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Symrise introduces next-generation anti-dandruff active derived from 100 % natural raw materials

Symrise will present Crinipan® PMC green, its novel anti-dandruff active, with an online webinar on 27 May 2020. The new molecule’s efficacy is based on an innovative mode of action, and it shows comparable results to established anti-dandruff actives. Symrise Cosmetic Ingredients are in a pioneer position to combine such effectiveness with an entirely bio-based solution.

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When Melanocytes Sense Blue Light: An Approach to Interfere with the Opsin-3 Pathway

Recent scientific work has shown that pigmentation is induced not by only UV. The effects of visible light have been ignored until today, although especially blue light induces a potent and persistent hyperpigmentation, raising interest in developing an ingredient protecting against it. Recently, the opsin-3 receptor was identified as the sensor of blue light in melanocytes, inducing tyrosinase and dopachrome tautomerase upregulation and formation of a dimer of the two enzymes. Phenylethyl resorcinol was shown previously to protect against visible light-induced hyperpigmentation in-vitro and ex-vivo. The aim of the study was to identify the underlying mechanism while supporting the data showing that phenylethyl resorcinol is a potent active to prevent blue light-induced hyperpigmentation. This article has been published in IFSCC Magazine 4/2019.

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