by Mark Gray January 27, 2016
Consumer marketing companies don’t get much bigger than Procter & Gamble. So the American giant’s patent application for a cosmetic product containing a prebiotic agent is a sure sign that skin care technology is entering a new phase. This is what interested P&G:
A topical cosmetic composition that includes a dermatologically acceptable carrier and an effective amount of a skin commensal prebiotic to improve the health of the skin microbiome, thereby potentially improving the condition and/or appearance of the skin.
This may be one of the first instances of cutting-edge research in microbiome composition reaching the mass market. Expect many more.
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by Mark Gray October 09, 2017
Researchers are looking hard at the untapped potential of natural ingredients in skin care products.
Consumers are driving this trend – but it’s not just about replacing synthetic chemicals with natural alternatives. In today’s world, the natural alternative may actually be more effective.
by Lilly Falcon October 08, 2017
by Lilly Falcon October 03, 2017
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