Effective Active Ingredients Obtained through Biotechnology
AbstractThe history of cosmetics develops in parallel to the history of man, associated with fishing, hunting, and superstition in the beginning, and later with medicine and pharmacy. Over the ages, together with human progress, cosmetics have changed continuously and nowadays the cosmetic market is global and highly competitive, where terms such as quality, efficacy and safety are essential. Consumers’ demands are extremely sophisticated, and thus scientific research and product development have become vital to meet them. Moreover, consumers are aware about environmental and sustainability issues, and thus not harming the environment represents a key consideration when developing a new cosmetic ingredient. The latest tendencies of cosmetics are based on advanced research into how to interfere with skin cell aging: research includes the use of biotechnology-derived ingredients and the analysis of their effects on the biology of the cells, in terms of gene regulation, protein expression and enzymatic activity measures. In this review, we will provide some examples of cosmetic active ingredients developed through biotechnological systems, whose activity on the skin has been scientifically proved through in vitro and clinical studies. View Full-Text
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Zappelli, C.; Barbulova, A.; Apone, F.; Colucci, G. Effective Active Ingredients Obtained through Biotechnology. Cosmetics 2016, 3, 39.
Zappelli C, Barbulova A, Apone F, Colucci G. Effective Active Ingredients Obtained through Biotechnology. Cosmetics. 2016; 3(4):39.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zappelli, Claudia; Barbulova, Ani; Apone, Fabio; Colucci, Gabriella. 2016. "Effective Active Ingredients Obtained through Biotechnology." Cosmetics 3, no. 4: 39.
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