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NEWS


13 Exfoliation and cell-renewal boost


With age, the natural mechanism of desquamation slows down and dead cells accumulate on the surface of the skin. The complexion becomes dull and microrelief irregular. Faced with this observation, in 2005, Silab launched Exfolactive. In 2021, additional efficacy


data confirm the capacity of this active ingredient to: ■ Boost the natural exfoliation capacity of the skin, weakened by ageing, by stimulating the activity of desquamation enzymes ■ Promote cell renewal and eliminate scales for an optimal cutaneous barrier function Thanks to its biological exfoliating


action effective on the face and the body, Exfolactive restores an equilibrium between proliferation and desquamation to the epidermis. After 14 days of application,


Exfolactive tested at 2.5% in a Caucasian panel significantly smooths skin grain (Sa parameter: -7%). Complexion radiance is improved (reflection: +10% and pink colour: +20%) and senescence spots are reduced (-11%). In addition, the skin is rehydrated (+24%). In the same conditions, Exfolactive


decreases by 4.1% the a* parameter, characteristic of the colour of the scars present on the cheeks in an Asian panel. also smooths skin grain (rugosity: -8.9%).


Delivery systems company acquired


Evonik has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the privately owned technology-driven company Infinitec Activos, with closing expected by July. The Spanish company focuses on the development and production of novel active delivery systems for cosmetic active ingredient applications. Infinitec Activos will be integrated into the Care Solutions business line of Evonik’s Nutrition & Care division complementing the active delivery systems acquired in 2017. “Proven active delivery systems offer


great opportunities to innovate new cosmetic ingredients with scientifically proven claims. This allows our personal care customers to differentiate,” said Yann d’Hervé, head of Evonik’s Care Solutions business line. By combining its existing actives portfolio with the new delivery systems, Care Solutions’ capabilities to generate new concepts for scientifically substantiated consumer cosmetic claims are significantly enhanced. The integration and roll-out across the existing platform of cosmetic solutions offers strong synergy potential. “We are convinced that the synergies created


will not only bring benefits to our customers and both companies, but also create new opportunities across the entire personal care and beauty market value chain,” said Alfonso Hidalgo, Partner of Infinitec Activos S.L. The acquisition comprises 47 employees working at the company’s Barcelona Science Park head office, its manufacturing facility in Montornés del Vallès (Spain) and at its natural- based raw material producer, Naturethic. Founded in 2004, Infinitec Activos’ research and innovation focuses on building the next generation of cosmetic delivery systems. Customers include both small independent brands as well as global key accounts.


www.personalcaremagazine.com July 2021 PERSONAL CARE


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