Bloomage Biotech launches three new active ingredients

By Simon Pitman

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Bloomage Biotech launches three new active ingredients
China-based biotech ingredients provider recently unveiled three new active ingredients at the PCHi event, held in Shanghai.

The company has built a reputation as a provider of Sodium Hyaluronate solutions and now has an extensive portfolio of solutions aimed at various areas of cosmetics and personal formulation.

However, as part of the company’s move to expand it footprint and diversify its expertise, it has chosen to launch three brand new products – Hymagic-4D skin moisturizing solution, together with the Bioyouth-Bric and Bioyouth Natto anti-ageing ingredients.

The company, which recently changed its name from Bloomage Freda Biopharm, is also present in the pharmaceutical and food sectors, and is making a concerted effort to expand all its business activities, on a global basis.

With a representative office in New Jersey, USA, the company is focused on upping its exposure in the Americas and worldwide, and will be exhibiting at the in-cosmetics event in Amsterdam, later this month.

Specific to the cosmetics and personal care industry it has been focused on Sodium Hyaluronate skin care solutions, but is now rapidly expanding into other areas of skin care with a continuous skin care ingredient innovation pipeline, all tapping into the company’s biofermentation capabilities.

Hymagic-4D exploits Sodium Hyaluronate expertise

The newly launched Hymagic-4D, however, is a culmination of four different kinds of Sodium Hyalurontate, all containing different properties, but focused on skin rehydration.

According to formulation experts at the company, the ingredient helps build up a three-dimensional network that accurately targets the different layers of the skin to offer complete rehydration.

Thanks to this process, the ingredient is said to provide full skin moisturisation and rehydration, ultimately improving the elasticity of the skin from below the surface.

Bioyouth anti-ageing solutions

The PCHi event was also the launching pad for the two Bioyouth ingredient solutions, which are not related to the Sodium Hyaluronate solutions, but have been developed using the same biofermentation process.

Bioyouth-Brice has been developed using brown rice because it has a higher level of functional active ingredients and minerals thought to improve cellular activity.

The resulting fermentation strain provides an abundance of polypeptides, amino acids and lactic acid that is said to restore cellular activity, improve anti-oxidants levels and provide a delayed skin ageing process, as well as whitening and moisturizing.

Bioyouth-Natto was created using Natto plant collagen from non-GMO soybean, which the company says it has enhanced using the same fermentation process. The ingredient contains peptides, lactic acid, vitamins, coenzyme Q and Superoxide Dismutase to provide enhanced barrier protection, increased cell activity, anti-inflammation and anti-ageing, together with increased elasticity.

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