Greentech and Syntivia study the skin’s response to pollution

Greentech and Syntivia have recently joined forces in a co-authored study that uses the biological mechanisms implicated in the skin’s response to atmospheric pollution. The study highlights the biological activity of Greentech’s new anti-pollution product. Evaluating the skin’s response to pollution stress The aim of the study was to evaluate the potential anti-pollutant effect of an active extract of Shisandra […]

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Ex vivo tests to study Cosmetic Ingredient efficiency

Cosmetic brands and consumers are looking for more effective products. To help brands prove their product’s efficiency, new technology helps to quantify genes and protein expression, analyse the structure of skin compartments and study the different skin appendages. Ex vivo tests on proven skin models are an essential step before in vivo trials. The Syntivia […]

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Syntivia at In-Cosmetics Global

Syntivia will be represented at In-Cosmetic Global 2018 in Amsterdam on April 17th to 19th. As external research lab, we provide scientific expertise, high-tech equipment and cosmetic know-how to develop your cosmetic ingredients and products. Syntivia’s General Manager and Biology & Marketing Manager, Philippe Bedos and Claire Leduc, will be glad to visit you to […]

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High resolution skin imaging

High resolution skin imaging to illustrate cosmetic claims The combination of biphoton and confocal microscopy opens up a wide range of possibilities for beautiful in-depth images to support cosmetic claims on any type of sample. The Syntivia team helps you obtain high quality 2D and 3D images to illustrate your ingredient’s properties with outstanding scientific examples. Here’s […]

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How to study cosmetic efficacy in 3D

A new tool to visualize the 3D structure of human skin To analyse the effects of cosmetics on human skin, the gold standard remains histological examination. However, this method only allows to observe tissue sections in 2D, whereas natural human skin is organized in a 3D structure. In a recently published study, Syntivia’s Sophie Abadie […]

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Syntivia wishes you a happy new year 2018

A year filled with projects and perspectives! The Syntivia team wishes you a very fulfilling and successful 2018! It’s been a while since you last heard from us, so we’d like to use the occasion to bring you up to date: Increasingly sophisticated research In 2017, we’ve further refined our imagery skills and perfected our […]

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Syntivia technology complements cosmetic safety assessment

Hi-tech tools for additional safety data on cosmetics As an expert in cosmetic claims substantiation, Syntivia cultivates innovation and uses high-tech tools to scientifically demonstrate the activity of tested products based on reliable data and high-quality imaging. Syntivia’s technology also provides complementary data when it comes to assessing the safety of cosmetic products. Cosmetogenomic studies to predict and monitor […]

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Syntivia off for a day

Like many, Syntivia was hit by the huge breakdown of OVH server. « Nouvelle méga-panne pour l’hébergeur français OVH » (Les Echos) The website and the mail adresses of Syntivia were not available in the 9th of November. Our apologies, everything works again.      

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Syntivia ingredient launched at CITE Japan 2017

Syntivia’s CEO, Philippe Bedos, was invited by the Nikkol Group to attend the Cosmetic Ingredients & Technology Exhibition CITE Japan 2017 in Yokohama. This biennial event is organized by the Federation of Japanese Cosmetic Ingredient Association and co-organized by The Society of Cosmetic Chemists of Japan (SCCJ). The 8th edition of this event focused on […]

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How to measure anti-pollution claims in vitro

In-Cosmetics Global, the leading event in the cosmetic industry, provides an excellent opportunity to suppliers of personal care ingredients to present their latest research and launch new active ingredients. As anti-pollution ingredients are a rising trend this year, Karl Lintner organized a workshop on « The pollution story: really a new trend? ». The workshop was dedicated to the […]

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Eco-friendly extraction and sourcing for sustainable cosmetics

In January, the Syntivia team attended a new congress on extraction in Limoges, France. The congress focused on circular eco-extraction and on by-product recovery for cosmetic purposes. In the world of cosmetics, plant extraction is commonly used to develop new raw materials and active ingredients.  The congress was organized by the Agricultural Resources Recovery Center (CVA, Centre de Valorisation […]

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Cosmetogenomics for dermocosmetics

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 […]

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