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Silab Launches Sensorialine


Visit stand M38 to learn about an active that renews the epidermis.

Silab (stand M38) is introducing Sensorialine, an active imbued with sensoriality targeting epidermal regeneration. It is derived from coconut flour, a tropical fruit with a unique sensory profile, according to the company.

Stimulated by beauty rituals, the senses can also be awakened in the skin through unprecedented biological activity, says Silab. The discovery of sensory receptors in the epidermis, in particular olfactory and taste receptors, opens up new prospects for the regeneration of skin tissue. Founded on strong scientific expertise (in vitro biological models, metabolomic study, molecular modeling), Sensorialine:
• Awakens the senses of smell and taste in old skin, by activating the olfactory and taste receptors in the epidermis, which become deregulated during aging; and
• Stimulates the renewal of the epidermis by maintaining a robust, effective barrier function over time.

Tested on Caucasian and Asian volunteers, Sensorialine limits water loss from the skin, too. Stop by Silab’s stand M38 to discover the new in vivo efficacy data.

More info: Jean-Philippe Cosson, Silab, Tel: +33 (0)5 55 84 58 40; Email:; Website: