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Structure-function relationship between a natural cosmetic active ingredient and the olfactory receptor OR2AT4

 Tuesday 26 March 2019

Although the olfactory receptor OR2AT4 has been described as involved in epidermal renewal, there is no data up to date about a cosmetic active ingredient able to activate this receptor. This research work thus revealed a natural molecule capable of binding to this OR2AT4 receptor in order to stimulate keratinocyte migration.

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Two innovation awards for SILAB at PCHi

 Friday 08 March 2019

SILAB was particularly honored during the PCHi Fountain Awards ceremony, organized on the first evening of the 2019 PCHi Chinese exhibition. The company was awarded the first prizes for its natural active ingredients FILMEXEL® and ECOBIOTYS® in their respective category, anti-aging and complexion improvement.

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Naturally mobilize the senses into the skin

 Tuesday 05 March 2019

Stimulated by beauty rituals, the senses can also be awakened into the skin through recently observed biological activity. The discovery of sensory receptors in the epidermis, in particular olfactory and taste receptors, opens up new prospects for the regeneration of skin tissue in aging conditions.

Based on strong scientific expertise (in vitro modeling study, metabolomic study, in silico molecular modeling), SILAB developed a cosmetic natural active ingredient imbued with sensoriality targeting epidermal regeneration. It is derived from a co-product of coconut, a tropical fruit with a unique sensory profile.

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A conference on autophagy at the Center for Dermal Research

 Wednesday 27 February 2019

Strategically located at the center of the Rutgers University (New Jersey) and in collaboration with industrial stakeholders from the dermo-cosmetics field, the Center for Dermal Research (CDR) organizes every month seminars intended to share new knowledge related to the skin.

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SILAB Research published in Experimental Dermatology

 Thursday 21 February 2019

In partnership with Prof. Peter Elias' research team at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), SILAB Advanced Research unravels a yet unidentified biological cooperation: the capacity of skin cells to activate a local immune response.

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