Cellular mechanotransduction: from exfoliant to active ingredient

Cellular mechanotransduction: from exfoliant to active ingredient

02 April 2019, 13:50 - 14:20

Technical Seminars Theatre 2
Language:
English

Mechanotransduction is a process where cells detect, interpret, and respond to mechanical signals converting them in biological signals. Based on this observation, it was initially assumed that an exfoliating ingredient might be involved in the signalling process.

An active ingredient has been developed based on this principle. It has been shown that this active is able to stimulate via mechanotransduction signals the epidermis metabolism for anti-ageing claim.

Contributors

  • Charles-Henri Morice

    Speaker

    Head of Innovation

    LESSONIA

    Charles-Henri Morice takes part in the development of LESSONIA, a fast growing cosmetic company of both specialty ingredients and finish products. As...

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