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Cosmetics Ingredients
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Cosmetics Ingredients
Skin care

Skin Care


Today’s consumers are highly concerned about their skin care regime, making skin care one of the major segments of cosmetics and personal care industry. Increasing demand of skin care products with no adverse effects on skin has resulted in new research opportunities.

The key trends that formulators should lookout for include anti-aging, sensory modifiers, blue-light protection, anti-pollution, bio-based ingredients, and men’s grooming products.

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