Skin microbiota and stem cells: a delicate balance for healthier skin

Skin microbiota and stem cells: a delicate balance for healthier skin

01 Nov 2017, 13:30 - 14:00

Technical Seminars Theatre

Language:
English

Skin barrier function degradation is connected with the disturbance of the major lipids of the epidermis, as well as a delayed differentiation and desquamation of the stratum corneum that leads ultimately to “dry skin” and visible signs of aging.

A new plant extract containing specific polyphenols sugar esters was discovered to restore the entire skin renewal process by targeting the keratinocytes stem cells activity, increasing the major skin differentiation markers, while restoring skin ceramides content. This new ingredient displays exceptional clinical benefits to rehydrate and rejuvenate the whole skin properties respectively in 1 and 28 days.

 

Contributors

  • Frederic Serres

    Speaker

    Asia Pacific Sales Manager

    Givaudan Active Beauty

    Frederic is a chemistry engineer and has a Master degree in General Chemistry & Polymers from University of Paris Rene Descartes. He joined Givaudan...

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