An aqueous extract from summer snowflake bulbs is the latest anti-ageing product to be developed by Israeli Biotechnology Research (IBR).
Topical estradiol can induce collagen synthesis but only in skin not exposed to sunlight, according to a recent study from scientists in Michigan.
Johnson and Johnson is the latest cosmetics player to be criticised for its ‘unsubstantiated’ advertising claims.
In a session led by Eric Perrier from LVMH, scientists discussed the potential new research into skin stem cells will have on the cosmetics market.
The FDA has approved a new collagen-based facial filler said to
help treat even deep facial folds and wrinkles.
Enzymes that repair DNA damage may be the key to protecting the
skin from the aging effects of UV radiation, according to a recent
Nutraceutical specialist LifeVantage is adapting its antioxidant
technology for the anti-aging skin care market in an effort to
boost declining sales.
Scientists in South Korea claim to have uncovered a fat molecule
with strong anti-aging potential from tests on the ability of
lipids to fight skin aging.
Jan Marini Skin Research will release a third eyelash enhancement
product after its previous offerings were beset by regulatory
issues and patent disputes.
Urgent last minute negotiations are underway to ensure that
cosmetics trade is not severely disrupted by the June 1 deadline
for REACH registration.
Sales of cosmetics and personal care products in the US slowed in
2007 reflecting reduced consumer confidence and lower retail
spending, according to a new Euromonitor report.
A Dallas-based biotech company has released a technology that
promises to render animal-derived ingredients such as collagen a
hundred times purer than regulations require.
Nu Skin claims to have identified a previously unknown cause of
skin aging that could help the company create products that fight
wrinkles before they appear.
The boundaries of the male skincare market have extended with the
release of an anti-aging aftershave product with bioengineered
National Stem Cell is preparing to enter the cosmetics market with
anti-aging products that use proteins secreted from stem cells.