Carole Gherardi, Market Segment Lead for Personal Care at IFF, and Maider Gutierrez, Global Health Category Leader at IFF, reveal more about the evolution of this market and new opportunities for brands.
Further investigation into skin microbes that have shown therapeutic effects on conditions such as atopic dermatitis is key to the development of new treatment methods such as bacteriotherapy and probiotic applications, say Japanese researchers.
Personal care and cosmetics consumers are more intrigued and informed about the human microbiome every day. Here, Cosmetics Design takes a look at newly emerging science, brand updates, and other microbiome news worth knowing.
Singapore-based clean beauty brand Sigi Skin has recently released Tea-Tox, a probiotic sheet mask with hydrating, soothing and anti-pollution properties, selling 500 boxes in its first two weeks of sales.
Consumer interest in topical probiotic cosmetics is rising, presenting opportunity to target niche skin conditions and push hard science before establishing relevance in the wider wellness market, an expert says.
A newly established scientific committee are set to assess cutting edge research for the Probiota 2015 Scientific Frontiers poster session. Don’t miss your chance to present as entries close on November 7.