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The biotech design of a postbiotic tackling skin dryness

 Tuesday 03 March 2020

Over the past 10 years, scientists have made enormous progress in the understanding of the role of the microbial flora on health.

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Lactobacillus: from probiotics to postbiotics; bioguiding metabolic power of microorganisms

 Tuesday 03 March 2020

Postbiotics are bioactive metabolites produced by “good bacteria” such as Lactobacillus (i.e. probiotics). In the gut, lactobacillus-produced postbiotics favour the maintenance of the microbiota, improve epithelial cohesion and activate host cells growth.

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A unique eco-designed process for an innovative natural active ingredient

 Tuesday 25 February 2020

The neck and décolleté area symbolizes femininity and needs to be cosseted with the application of adapted beauty care. Being fragile, exposed to the effects of time, gravity and external stresses, it shows evidence of the early signs of aging. However, there is a lack of care dedicated to this part of the body.

To do so, an innovative ingredient responding to this problem has been specifically eco-designed using a unique manufacturing process based on the rigorous selection of a co-product, derived from jojoba seeds, and a specific enzyme. It results in a natural, safe, high quality active ingredient, with identified active molecules that are effective on the biological markers involved in the appearance of sagging skin on the neck and décolleté.

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Comparison of line‐field confocal optical coherence tomography images with histological sections: validation of a new method for in vivo and non‐invasive quantification of superficial dermis thickness

 Friday 31 January 2020

Line‐field confocal optical coherence tomography (LC‐OCT) is an imaging technique providing “optical biopsies” of the skin in real time and non‐invasively.

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A natural concentrate to relieve sensitive skin

 Thursday 19 December 2019

Every day, external stimuli, such as climate and pollution, cause excessive reactions in sensitive skin. They are subjected to stinging sensations, redness, burning and tightness. Bio-inspired by the red sage, a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine and known for its high capacity to resist very low temperatures, SILAB developed a natural active ingredient able to treat skin discomfort of sensitive skin by targeting for the first time the three biological components of skin sensitivity: neuronal hyper-reactivity, alteration of the barrier function and chronic inflammation.

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