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Quantifying well aging: a mathematical sketch to predict good and poor aging parameters

 Tuesday 09 October 2018

Despite identification of the cutaneous signs of aging, there was no biological evidence to explain why some people look older or younger than they really are (i.e. aging poorly or well respectively).

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Fighting blue light effects through skin oxygenation

 Friday 21 September 2018

In any part of the world, a skin full of radiance and vitality helps to boost the attractiveness of the face and is a universal criterion of beauty.

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From floral nectar to the skin: how to apprehend the microbiota in cosmetics?

 Thursday 26 April 2018

Just as our skin, plants host a wide variety of microorganisms. In particular, this microbiota colonises floral nectar and modifies its composition, affecting the behaviour of pollinators and thereby the fertility of plants.

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IBPN technology®: a breakthrough innovation in the design of a second skin protective film

 Sunday 08 April 2018

Expectations of skin care consumers are constantly evolving. Current trends go towards both proven visible quick anti-ageing performance and protective effect while giving an increasingly preponderant place to greater naturalness.

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Highlighting of two distinct cellular behaviors in skin from aged healthy volunteers

 Monday 12 March 2018

If data are available to discriminate people appearing younger than their age, no in vitro study focuses on the cellular evidence explaining these observations. We investigated, from molecular to functional level, primary human skin cells isolated from aged healthy volunteers to highlight if distinct in vitro cellular behaviors could be observed.

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