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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...

Shiseido unveils new testing method to accelerate skin bacteria analysis

Shiseido unveils new testing method to accelerate skin bacteria analysis

Shiseido has developed a new testing method to cut down the amount of time required to analyze indigenous skin bacteria. Developed with...

Microbiome, fermentation: 2022 sheds a new light on bacteria!

Microbiome, fermentation: 2022 sheds a new light on bacteria!

They can be found absolutely everywhere in our lives. And we have learned to hate them, but recently started to change our view. Yet,...

Could turmeric be a key ingredient in future sun protection products?

Could turmeric be a key ingredient in future sun protection products?

Nature is full of riches whose benefits for skin and health have been exploited for thousands of years, but that doesn’t mean that all...

Study: Sulforafane may be helpful in the fight against hair loss

Study: Sulforafane may be helpful in the fight against hair loss

Broccoli and cauliflower continue to surprise us with unsuspected health benefits. Korean scientists have indicated that sulforaphane,...

BASF and Givaudan get OECD approval for first animal-free toxicology testing

BASF and Givaudan get OECD approval for first animal-free toxicology testing

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has approved a new cruelty-free toxicology testing strategy jointly...

Artificial blue light has negligible impact on human skin, says Beiersdorf

Artificial blue light has negligible impact on human skin, says Beiersdorf

The light emitted by the screens of our cell phones or laptops would not damage our skin, contrarily to recent public discourses....

“Clinical tests can also stimulate innovation in skin biology,” Dr Nico Forraz

“Clinical tests can also stimulate innovation in skin biology,” Dr Nico Forraz

The next edition of the Skin Science Days organised by Cosmet’in Lyon (formerly known as CED) will be held on May 20 and 21, 2021, with...

Study links frequent use of cosmetics to increased risk of endometriosis

Study links frequent use of cosmetics to increased risk of endometriosis

A new study is questioning the possible presence of endocrine disruptors in certain cosmetics by establishing a correlation between an...

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China’s Safety and Technical Standard for Cosmetics 2022 (STSC...

China's Safety and Technical Standard for Cosmetics 2022 (STSC 2022)

China National Institutes for Food and Drug Control is inviting public submissions regarding the draft of the Safety and Technical...

Telophi biotech ingredient: Restoring Facial Harmony

Telophi biotech ingredient: Restoring Facial Harmony

All human beings are works of art. Each individual’s face is beautifully unique, shaped by life experiences and styled with individual...

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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