Supplier's Corner

Sederma Adds Skin Mattifier

March 5, 2014

The latest creation at Sederma is Sebuless, a multifunctional ingredient designed to mattify and equalize skin tone of oily and acne-prone skin in only one month, according to the company. An unprecedented test using normal human sebocytes as a more reliable predictive model associated to a cosmetogenomic approach confirms an action for each step of the process leading to oily skin and associated blemishes: hyperseborrhoea, microbial proliferation, inflammation, hyperkeratinization and hyperpigmentation.

Furthermore, this high tech active ingredient is issued from plant cell culture and thus offers a natural and gentle alternative to AHAs, according to Sederma.

More info: www.sederma.fr
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