Miami Beach, FL (March 1, 2013) Research presented by P&G Beauty & Grooming scientists at the 71st Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) examines skin care science from multiple perspectives, offering insights into new ingredient formulations, skin care regimens and more. P&G Beauty & Grooming has 22 studies on display, addressing innovative topics such as cellular bioenergetics, skin fatigue theory and scientific break-throughs in management of stress-related sweat.
"P&G Beauty & Grooming is thrilled to have nearly two dozen posters on display at AAD this year and looks forward to sharing our research and findings. Our team's hard work has, among others, informed innovations in skin energy research with the Olay brand and led to a deeper understanding of stress sweat, spurring Secret brand product development," said Phil Marchant, Global Scientific Communications Director with P&G Beauty & Grooming. "Innovation is at the core of our brands and P&G Beauty & Grooming scientists are proud to use this event to showcase our findings and collaborate with thought leaders in the field of dermatology."
The following research summaries are just a sample of the breakthroughs, findings and innovative science that P&G Beauty & Grooming will share at the AAD Annual Meeting:
Appearance of Uneven Facial Texture is Improved by a Facial Moisturizer Containing Cosmetic Ingredients that Boost Cellular Energy (P7051)
A complex of cosmetic ingredients (niacinamide, Pal-KTTKS and an olive oil derivative) has been shown to increase cellular energy molecules (ATP and NAD+/NADH) as well as cellular metabolism in aging skin cells in vitro. Additionally, the ingredients have been shown to affect skin structure and protect skin cells from oxidative damage in vitro. When dill extract was added to the complex, responses further improved. In the current study, P&G Beauty & Grooming evaluated a daily-use facial moisturizer form
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