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What’s New In Cosmetic R&D?

SpecialChem / Tom Branna – Oct 5, 2005

Want to start a fight in the beauty industry? Ask a couple of cosmetic chemists to pick the biggest advance in cosmetic science! After all, cosmetic chemistry has come a long way from the days when women scooped out and slopped on an aesthetically-unappealing moisturizer right before bedtime. "The ever-growing anti-aging arena now includes more than just wrinkle reduction or deep moisturization," observed Shyam Gupta, president of Bioderm Research, Scottsdale, AZ. "Combination benefits offered include wrinkles reduction; skin smoothing, cellular growth stimulation, skin brightening, and skin resurfacing for an overall younger, vibrant look." Yes, today, cosmetic science has evolved far beyond its humble origins to include a range of creams, lotions and liquids that do much more than moisturize. With ingredients such as epidermal growth factor, poly-collagen peptides and nanoparticles of silica and soya protein, the latest products coming out of cosmetic laboratories promise to penetrate, lift and tighten sagging skin.

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