Syntivia Cosmetic Science at IFSCC in Munich
Syntivia will attend the upcoming 30th IFSCC congress in Munich on September 18th to 21th 2018. This year, the congress focusses on “Cosmetics: Science for Beauty and Lifestyle”, showcasing the lastest scientific innovations to highlight how cosmetic science can keep improving our beauty and well-being on a daily basis.
Dr. Philippe Bedos, Syntivia’s CEO, and Dr. Sophie Abadie, one of our brilliant scientists, will present our latest findings in the field of skin biology during poster sessions. The presentations tackle two major concerns in cosmetic science: the effects of UVA and polluted environments on skin aging.
A NEW SKIN EXPLANT MODEL TO EVALUATE THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF DERMO-COSMETIC COMPOUNDS AGAINST PHOTOAGEING
Over time, skin is deteriorated by external stress, mainly due to ultraviolets rays. However, the visualisation of UVA effects to identify protective or repairing products remains a challenge for many cosmetic companies.
The Syntivia team has designed a new ex-vivo cutaneous model, that comes very close to in-vivo evaluation, to test the effectiveness of new products against photoaging. The model is based on human skin explants that are repeatedly irradiated with UVA rays to mimic the effect of chronic sun exposure.
Analyses based on protein labelling and 3D imaging allowed us to validate this model for testing…
IMPACT OF CIGARETTE SMOKE ON DIFFERENT SKIN MODELS
Numerous pollutants are known to affect skin health and play a role in skin pathogenesis. Among them, tobacco is a crucial factor when it comes to skin alteration.
To study the consequences of cigarette smoke exposure on skin, we designed new experimentation tools using cellular models and skin biopsies. Advanced genomic, protein and metabolic analyses highlight the pathways that are affected by this stress.
« To answer the needs of modern society in terms of beauty and lifestyle, Syntivia introduces two innovative skin models to help you identify cosmetic active ingredients that are able to counter skin stress caused by sun exposure and cigarette smoke. »
Don’t hesitate to stop by and have a closer look at our posters during IFSCC to exchange on these innovative ways to evaluate and develop your cosmetic ingredients and products. Should you prefer to schedule your meeting beforehand, don’t hesitate to contact us.