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Our expert team is able to test all aspects of any cosmetic claim for both active ingredients and cosmetic formulas.
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SYNTIVIA guides you through the development of your next cosmetic blockbuster with isolated or formulated ingredients. We’re here to help you from start to finish.
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Our 8 transdisciplinary experts help your cosmetic research and development project on track. Our knowledge of the cosmetic market helps us to optimise our technological tools and steer your project towards results.
Syntivia helps you access the latest innovations in science and cosmetic research and development. We test and develop cosmetic ingredients and formulas, using the latest tools and techniques in cellular biology, molecular biology, green chemistry, click chemistry and plant extraction. Our scientific expertise, hi-tech equipment and cosmetic know-how takes into account the latest cosmetic tendencies and regulatory requirements of the cosmetics market.
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Last January, the European Center of Dermatology organized the 28th European Dermocosmetology Days in Lyon, France. The congress focused on personalized genomics and epigenetics as the future of dermocosmetics. Here at Syntivia, we frequently study gene regulation in the skin using a wide range of cosmetogenomics tests. This process helps us to better understand the activity of cosmetic […]
The entire Syntivia team would like to wish you a very happy new year. May 2017 bring you success, health and happiness! Syntivia took on a wide range of new projects and collaborations in 2016 Below you’ll find a quick overview of some of last year’s highlights: 3D-imaging on skin explants Last November, we presented […]
Syntivia recently attended the Skin Physiology International Meeting in the Vichy Palais des Congrès (France) on November 17th and 18th, 2016 to present an innovative method to study effects on human skin. In a collaborative project with the Institute of Advanced Life Science Technology (ITAV) in Toulouse, Syntivia associates a transparent skin model and high-tech […]
Karl Lintner recently published an article in the Cosmetics & Toiletries® magazine on the evolution of the cosmetic market towards well-being. He particularly focuses on the demonstration of improved well-being in consumers by correlating in-vitro testing, well-being scores and instrumental observations. SYNTIVIA collaborated with Dermscan to carry out this study and provide an answer to cosmetic ingredient manufacturers. […]
Today’s consumers expect full transparency on the ingredients used in the cosmetics they purchase. They want to make sure the products have little to no environmental impact, are entirely safe and highly efficient. In order to meet this challenge, Chimex and Syntivia have recently joined forces to identify a new active ingredient, combining hi-tech genomic screening, […]
The epidermal spheroid, a new 3D skin model As the cosmetic sector no longer allows the use of animal experiments to validate the effect of compounds, finding intermediate models between monolayer cell cultures and live human organisms has become a central issue. Marine Norlund, Biology Project Manager at Syntivia, has presented her work on a […]