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SILAB has developed a 3D model mimicking acneic skin

 Tuesday 09 February 2021

The advanced research teams of SILAB Softcare have developed a 3D in vitro model of reconstructed epidermis that mimics acneic skin. The characterization of this model has just been published in the scientific journal Experimental Dermatology.

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Investigating microbiota and beyond

 Monday 25 January 2021

Skin balance is a notion, which can often be associated with a utopian state of the skin. For a long time, cosmetics have used scientific expertise to erase or reduce the effects of skin imbalances. This year, SILAB offers an innovative strategy based on the analysis and regulation of the factors causing these skin disorders. To this end, the company suggests to take into account both the microbiota and the skin biological processes in order to achieve a long-term balance.

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A plant duo with anti-greying power

 Thursday 03 December 2020

Hair greying is an inevitable phenomenon. Biological changes that occur in the normal course of aging are accelerated by the action of free radicals generated by environmental stress.

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Innovative natural solution to improve pigmentation and structural quality of gray hair

 Friday 09 October 2020

Hair graying is an obvious sign of aging, occurring with the loss of pigment production and deposition within the hair shafts. Numerous mechanisms, such as oxidative stress due to melanogenesis itself or environmental factors, induce this defect of pigmentation. If there are a lot of studies about graying at the hair follicle level, there is a lack of information about graying in hair shaft.

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University of San Diego and SILAB disclose their discoveries on compromised skin microbiota

 Wednesday 22 July 2020

In 2019, SILAB has established a research partnership with Dr. Richard Gallo, expert on skin microbiota in San Diego (UCSD)*, to improve scientific understanding of the role of skin microbiota in the inflammatory process characteristic of compromised skin. This work has been the subject of two publications in the prestigious scientific journals Cell Reports and The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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