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The Versatility of Enzymes

This article will explore the types of enzymes available, how and why they work, which are best suited for the treatment room versus home care.

Jar Deconstructed: Lotus

Lotus' antioxidant, flavonoid, polyphenol and vitamin content provide various well-known skin benefits, ranging from anti-aging to nutritive.

Bromelain Market Insight: Increased Demand for Plant-based Enzymes

Transparency Market Research reports that enzyme-based ingredients such as bromelain have seen a rise in demand for cosmetics and dietary supplement needs with their therapeutic properties. The bromelain market is predicted to exceed US $1.1 billion by 2030.

Jar Deconstructed: Titanium Dioxide

Titanium dioxide is incorporated as a colorant, thickener and opacifier in cosmetics and personal care products.

What’s In Your Makeup?

It is important to help keep our skin and body healthy by avoiding certain ingredients in makeup that may pose a threat to our health.

12 Beauty and Health Uses for CBD: Amway Reviews the Evidence

A review by Amway researchers published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology explores tangible evidence in the literature relevant to CBD's potential topical beauty and health benefits in 12 application areas.

Seppic Finds Sepibliss Nutricosmetic Benefits Sensitive Skin

Aligned with the market demand for sensitive skin products, Seppic has released updated clinical studies about its nutricosmetic, Sepibliss; a natural solution dedicated to ease sensitive skin.

Kao Finds Hands Hold Lactic Acid-based Defense Against Microbes

Kao researchers have uncovered innate lactic-acid based defenses in hand sweat that protect some individuals better than others against bacteria and viruses such as the common cold and influenza.

Jar Deconstructed: Silk

In skin, silk imparts protection, repair and hydration maintenance benefits.

Effect of Mango Intake on Facial Wrinkles Shows Mixed Results

Postmenopausal women who ate 85 g of mangoes a day for 16 weeks saw a decrease in wrinkle length and severity. Those who ate larger amounts saw an increase.

Bacteria in A Bottle

This article will define and explore the microbiome-related terms you need to know as we look into the future, starting with a basic analysis of skin’s natural friendly bacteria.

The Microbiome: Gateway to the Skin's Ecosystem

The microbiome can be considered when looking at the complexities of acne, rosacea and the symptomology of what many clients define as “skin sensitivity."

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