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Induchem’s Neodermyl scoops gold at in-cosmetics

Induchem came out on top at in-cosmetics. The ingredient supplier was awarded the Gold prize at the In-Cosmetics’ 2013 Best Ingredient Award competition for Neodermyl, a needle-free equivalent of injectable collagen and elastin.

The judges [1] applauded Induchem for its scientific innovation, the use of green chemistry and the demonstrated efficacy of the ingredient that offers real benefits in formulation.

Induchem was praised by the industry for its new ingredient Neodermyl® at In-Cosmetics in Paris

Induchem was praised by the industry for its new ingredient Neodermyl® at In-Cosmetics in Paris

According to Induchem, Neodermyl reactivates collagens and elastin synthesis in the skin and to reenergise senescent fibroblasts by supplying them with an activated source of cellular energy. This results in a fast and sustainable production of Collagen III, Collagen I, Tropoelastin and Elastin, which lead to visible improvement of skin texture and reduction of wrinkle. In just two weeks Neodermyl gives equivalent results to one needle injection of collagen by a plastic surgeon (-15% wrinkle depth reduction).

Induchem’s Neodermyl mode of action

Induchem’s Neodermyl mode of action

Our R&D and marketing teams have worked incredibly hard to create Neodermyl, a product we’re extremely proud of. The other finalists this year all had fantastic products, so to have been recognised with this prestigious award is a real honour. 2013 has so far been a very productive year for us and we look forward to the future,” said Fabrice Lefèvre, R&D and Marketing Director, Induchem.

Furthermore, Symrise’s SymHair Force 1631 was awarded the Silver prize. SymHair Force 1631 is a natural anti-hair loss active from a sustainable source of Microalgae that fortifies hair whilst improving density. The judges were especially impressed with the ingredient’s proven ability to increase hair shaft elongation by up to 13%.

Eventually, BiotechMarine’s Esculane, an anti-dandruff natural ingredient of marine origin, was awarded bronze.

Also read, PremiumBeautyNews.com’s special issue on cosmetic ingredients: here.

Footnotes

[1] Entries were judged by a panel of industry experts including: Claudie Willemin, Présidente, Société Française de Cosmétologie (SFC), Shuliang Zhang, PhD, Clinical Site Leader, Unilever Research & Development Shanghai, Prithwiraj Maitra, PhD, Center of Excellence Leader: Cleansing, Hair and Colour Cosmetics, Johnson & Johnson, Angela Eppler, PhD, Senior R&D Scientist at Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.

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