An international team of scientists from the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California–Irvine, New York University, and more, have just published their findings on the potential of myofibroblasts to help heal skin without scaring.
Lubrizol was one of a number of major cosmetic ingredient players that made the more unusual move of launching new products and formulation solutions at last week’s California Suppliers’ Day 2015 event.
At the SCC Suppliers Day event in California, the silicone materials company debuted a topical-ingredients portfolio intended for formulating OTC products that bridge the gap between beauty and wellness.
The benefits of snail mucus on the skin have been known to the cosmetics industry for a while, and having seen a big trend in Korea, it is now heading to American shores and is expected to be the ‘newest fad’.
Beauty brands are responding to the rise in adult consumers suffering from acne, with the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology noting that 54% of women over 25 now have at least ‘some facial acne’.
California-based Suneva Medical has stated that, pending the completion of its clinical study, it plans to submit a supplemental PMA for its dermal filler, ArteFill, to the FDA for consideration of an expanded indication in acne scarring.
Personal genetics company ‘23andMe’ recently conducted research into how 'striae distensae' or stretch marks are developed in a bid to identify genetic markers for the skin imperfections and determine why some individuals are more susceptible.
Keratin protein from sheep wool simulates the expression of specific types of collagen in humans, suggests new research conducted by the University of Miami that points to enhanced wound healing and anti-wrinkle treatment.
France-based Dermscan has signed a new partnership agreement
withCIDC, Centre International de Développement Clinique - the
International Centre forClinical Development. The move gives the
company a panel of multiethnic volunteers...