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  • Actives | Skin Care

    MIT Adds a New Wrinkle To Anti-Aging Technology

    Consumers go to great lengths to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. MIT researchers took a very scientific approach to this problem and created a cream with impressive anti-wrinkle results. This column will briefly review the chemistry and benefits o…
    Navin Geria, AyurDerm Technologies 01.06.17

  • Actives | Functional Ingredients | Skin Care

    Anti-Aging Efficacy Of Topical Green Tea Products

    Consumers prefer cosmetic formulas that are promoted for their antioxidant properties, according to Packaged Facts, a market research company. In recent years, retail sales of these products exceeded $4 billion, with skin care products accounting for…
    Navin M. Geria, Ayurderm Technologies LLC 11.02.16

  • OTC/Medicated | Skin Care

    Understanding the Role of Pollution in Skin Aging

    Air pollution is a global problem, but the worst culprits are found, not in China, but in India. According to India’s Center for Science and Environment (CSE), last year New Delhi surpassed Beijing to become the world’s most polluted city…
    Navin M. Geria, Doctors Skin Prescription 11.03.14

  • Glycation’s Role In Skin Aging

    Glycation’s Role In Skin Aging

    This column will briefly examine the importance of glycation and its emerging role in skin aging, which is a relatively new area of skin research. Glycation holds an important plank in the anti-aging platform, and helps to bridge the gap between trad…
    Navin M. Geria 05.02.14

  • Genomic-Based Anti-Aging Products Hope or Hype?

    The US anti-aging skin care market is valued at $832 million by Mintel, and is expected to expand 46% from 2010 to 2015, according to the market research company. However, sales gains have slowed during the past year, according to Mintel, and 69% of…
    Navin M. Geria, Senior Technical Advisor 09.27.13

  • DNA Repair Is the New Anti-Aging Frontier

    Anti-aging creams remain unblemished by the recession, according to Mintel. U.S. anti-aging skin care product sales rose 13% to $1.6 billion between 2006 and 2008, outpacing the general facial skin care, which increased 11% during the same period. Th…
    Navin M. Geria, VP-R&D, SpaDermaceuticals 06.09.09