Probiotic skin care brand,
Tula, has expanded into the
supplement market with the launch
of its Daily Probiotic & Skin Health
Complex ($39). The supplements
were formulated with the help of
gastroenterologists to aid with
digestive and skin health. The
supplements were formulated
without soy, gluten, lactose or
preservatives, and are vegetarian.
They contain three probiotic strains,
ceramides and vitamin C.
Biomod, a manufacturer of dry masks for the skin care market,
has announced the launch of the SKinSmart Dry Mask Boutique. The
boutique will include a collection of more than 100 water-free masks
for the face, hands and neck. The dry masks use the company’s
active ingredient delivery system, Biomimetic MicroVector, and the
company’s formulation imprinting process. The reported result is a
non-drip mask that is water-free, reusable and travel-friendly.
Mibelle Biochemistry has launched Depolluphane (INCI:
Lepidium Sativum Sprout Extract (and) Pullulan (and) Sodium
Carboxymethyl Beta-Glucan (and) Caesalpinia Spinosa Gum (and)
Maltodextrin (and) Water (aqua)), which helps keep particulate
matter from penetrating the skin and strengthens the cell’s
own defense system against toxins. The key activity is derived
from sulforaphane, found in organic cress sprout extract, which
promotes cellular detoxification and the production of antioxidant
enzymes by activating the transcription factor, Nrf2. The ingredient
is also based on a smart polysaccharide complex, which helps
shields the skin from environmental pollution in addition to
strengthening the skin barrier.