Supplier's Corner

Recent Innovations from Resources Of Nature

November 4, 2013

Resources of Nature debuted a new cosmetic emulsifier at the 2013 Sunscreen Symposium. This plant-derived emulsifier acts as a human biological signal. It activates critical human gene pathways to differentiate stem cells into skin cells along with activating other skin protective and regenerative pathways.

The new ingredient will allow cosmetic chemists to better combat the signs of aging, as well as other skin conditions which require rebalancing keratinocyte proliferation/differentiation and minimizing inflammation, said the company.

More info: www.roninc.com
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