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Cosmet'in Lyon: Two days of scientific talks about the exposome

Cosmet’in Lyon: Two days of scientific talks about the exposome

The 31st edition of the Skin Science Days organised by Cosmet’in Lyon will take place on February 2 and 3, 2023 at the ENS Lyon on the...

COSMÉTOSCIENCES: A cosmetics research program in France

COSMÉTOSCIENCES: A cosmetics research program in France

It is vital for the French cosmetics industry to develop sector specific research initiatives targeting cosmetics, public/private...

Hair straightening chemicals could increase uterine cancer risk, research finds

Hair straightening chemicals could increase uterine cancer risk, research finds

A recent research by the US National Institute of Health (NIH) reveals that the chemicals used for hair straightening could be...

Can cellulose replace plastic in packaging?

Can cellulose replace plastic in packaging?

Early this year, the Grenoble INP Foundation created Cellulose Valley, a new industrial excellence chair to offer high-performing and...

Connected skin chips to predict the efficacy of sebum-regulating ingredients

Connected skin chips to predict the efficacy of sebum-regulating ingredients

Gattefossé and CTIBiotech have developed the world’s first bio-impedance 3D bio-printed connected skin chips to link cosmetics lab...

How scientists are working on silk as a greener alternative to microplastics

How scientists are working on silk as a greener alternative to microplastics

MIT engineers have assessed the possibility to use silk as an alternative to plastic polymers that are still used in some paints, food...

“They're everywhere”: microplastics in oceans, air and human body

“They’re everywhere”: microplastics in oceans, air and human body

From ocean depths to mountain peaks, humans have littered the planet with tiny shards of plastic. We have even absorbed these...

Symrise blurs chromatography analyses to protect their fragrances

Symrise blurs chromatography analyses to protect their fragrances

While perfumes are among the most frequently counterfeited products in the world, there are hardly any legal means to protect scents...

Recommendations on sun protection still insufficiently followed

Recommendations on sun protection still insufficiently followed

A new study conducted in seven countries around the world reveals that less than a third of children received adequate sun protection...

Dutch scientists find microplastics in human blood for the first time

Dutch scientists find microplastics in human blood for the first time

Scientists have discovered microplastics in human blood for the first time. According to the scientists, an understanding of the...

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Anti-pollution claims (2/2): in-vitro and ex-vivo assays

Anti-pollution claims (2/2): in-vitro and ex-vivo assays

The stress induced by the pollution can increase the formation of glycated products at the several layers of the skin. It produces the...

Make-up sponges: how to get out of 100% petrochemicals?

Make-up sponges: how to get out of 100% petrochemicals?

The development of more responsible beauty sponges, expected by customers, is a major challenge for the cosmetic accessories industry,...

Cosmetic Ingredients - April 2022

Cosmetic Ingredients - April 2022

After two years marked by a pandemic and a succession of unprecedented global lockdowns, the face of the global cosmetics market has...

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